Established as Pharmaceutical Research Organization in February 2000, AMR Utah is part of the Alliance for Multispecialty Research (AMR), based in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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AMR Utah

Formerly Pharmaceutical Research Organization

Pharmaceutical Research Organization, now AMR Utah,  conducts and manages the day-to-day clinical research trial at the investigative site level under the direction of the principal investigator. While we manage a wide-range of trial types, AMR Utah has expertise and a focus in pediatric vaccines.

AMR Utah handles all regulatory correspondence, contracts/budgets, and training/placement of study-dedicated research coordinators. We recruit participants, gather data, provide complete documentation and follow study participants. Our investigators are private practice physicians with established practices who contract with us on a protocol-to-protocol basis.

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A leader in the fight against COVID-19.


A wide-range of Therapeutic Areas.

“Our company has interacted successfully with nearly all of the AMR sites.  In fact, one of the AMR PIs contributed key knowledge that led to our suggesting re-design of a sponsor’s study.  The suggestions simplified the study and impressed the sponsor so much that we won the business.  I attribute this to the AMR site!”
Division President, U.S.-based Global CRO

“Your site worked as a cohesive team unlike any site I’ve been associated with.  You met or exceeded every timeline without complaint.  Your data was thorough and accurate; screen failures were minimal due to your excellent pre-screening.  There is no one at your site who is not outstanding.”

Monitor, Pharmaceutical Sponsor
“I have to do something.  I feel a lot less anxious because I can help and am trying to do something.  And I’m guessing that’s how everyone feels… I have been pro-clinical research but I thought it was risky.  But these people do it all the time and they know what they’re doing.  And there is a lot of testing even beforehand.  I definitely see it differently now.”
Trial Volunteer, COVID-19 Vaccine
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