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Carter Butuk, MS

Study Coordinator

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Taylor Conrad

Study Coordinator

Janelle Barney, FNP-C

Certified Family Nurse Practitioner


Solaris Clinical Research provides clinical research services for phase II, III & IV clinical trials by delivering quality data collection, ensuring patient safety and retention and by applying therapeutic, regulatory and operational expertise.

​We pride ourselves on a quick and efficient turnaround for all contract, study start up and regulatory documents. Our site is not under the jurisdiction of a local Institutional Review Board and we have worked with many different central Institutional Review Boards (IRB's) from around the country. All of our staff are certified in Good Clinical Practices (GCP) training.


Our Recruitment Strategies

 In addition to being able to recruit patients through our Investigators and their private practices, SCR maintains a research patient database of our receptive trial volunteers. Our staff is driven to make certain we meet or exceed our contracted enrollment on all trials.

Advertising through radio, TV, internet, print media, & promotional materials is coordinated in our office, when deemed appropriate. All advertising campaigns are tailored specifically for each patient population.  

Yvette Robillard

Site & Contract Director

Leah Sullivan

Research Assistant / Recruiter

Tasha Loughlin

Study Coordinator

(208) 288-0123

David J. Butuk, MD

Board Certified Family Physician 

​Principal Investigator

Scott Frisby, PA-C

Certified Physician Assistant


Melissa Conrad, CCRC 

Study Coordinator

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 Patient Retention Philosophy

​ Our initial focus for patient retention is to stress the importance of the patient’s commitment to compliance throughout the course of the research study. We understand how valuable our patients’ time is, and want them to be fully aware of the requirements involved when they come in for their initial visit with us.

 Secondly, frequent communication with the patient is crucial. Patients will routinely receive appointment reminder calls the day before each scheduled visit.  They are also reminded of any special instructions for that visit including reminders for returning study medications, fasting before an office visit, supplying medical records, and returning diaries.

​ Finally, we make every effort to make our patients feel very appreciated during the time they spend with us, and let them know we value the time, dedication, and commitment they have contributed to the clinical trial process.