Working With SERRI

Southeast Renal Research Institute (SERRI) is a leading private research organization focusing upon improving the lives of patients with kidney related disorders. Our clinical research experience is extensive (Phase I – IV) and includes timed pharmacokinetic trials. We have everything necessary to get your research started quickly and efficiently including a skilled research team, experienced investigators, an extensive recruitment list, and onsite access to all equipment for your study.

Accomplished investigators

  • The five MD Nephrologists serving as principal investigators have combined research experience of over 40 years. Meet our principal investigators.
  • SERRI is backed by 15 board certified nephrologists with specialized training in internal medicine, hypertension, glomerulonephritis, critical care medicine and interventional nephrology.

Experienced clinical research team

  • The Research Operations Director comes with over 10 years previously at a CRO. During this tenure, he monitored, managed CRAs, and was project manager for multiple therapeutic areas.
  • Studies are supported by experienced and trained study coordinators (4 are certified by ACRP and SoCRA) with over 35 years combined research coordinating and compliance experience.
  • The Regulatory Specialist has the knowledge and experience needed for a quick turn-around time for regulatory submission and maintenance, as well as quality assurance checks of data being analyzed. Learn more about our staff.

Impressive recruitment capabilities

  • Our electronic database of over 10,000 active and 30,000 historical patients is impressive to narrow down your inclusion/exclusion criteria. Let us provide you the framework for producing clean and accurate data for all your study needs.

Everything you need onsite

Let us provide you the framework for producing clean and accurate data for all your study needs. No Waivers, No Exclusions, Just Recruitment!

Contact: Jeremy Whitson, Research Operations Director, at (423)826-8003 or