About Us

Carolina Clinical Research is a research center dedicated to advancing healthcare through ongoing, systematic clinical research trials.

As an experienced clinical trial facility, we serve children and adults throughout the Carolinas.

We specialize in clinical trials covering a variety of medical conditions, concentrating primarily with Pulmonary and Infectious Diseases.

Study Areas

Carolina Clinical Research conducts clinical trials in several areas.

Infectious Diseases
All Therapeutic Areas


Our experienced doctors

Carolina Clinical Research is lead by a team of principle investigators who have more than 75 years of combined experience treating the medical conditions which are being studied.

Dr. Benedict Okwara, MD

Dr. Benedict Okwara, MD

Dr. Benedict Okwara, MD is a Pediatric Medicine Specialist in Charlotte, NC and has over 37 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from St George’s University medical school

Dr. Ada Okwara

Dr. Adanma Okwara, MD, MBA

Dr. Adanma Okwara is a board certified family physician in Charlotte, NC. She is licensed to practice medicine in both North and South Carolina, and holds an MBA.

Dr. Emeka M. Eziri

Dr. Emeka M. Eziri, MD, FCCP

Dr. Emeka M. Eziri is a board certified physician and Pulmonologist in Charlotte, NC. He has been practicing for more than 20 years.

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