Body Composition Study to Assess Body Fat

To Be Eligible, a subject must

1. Be at least 18 years old

2. Own a smartphone or tablet

3. Must not be pregnant or have osteoporosis or cirrhosis of the liver

Time and travel compensation for most trials. Enroll today!

Centennial Research Center has managed over 130 clinical trials since 2005 ranging from high enrolling vaccine studies, to new diagnostic device studies, to complex pharmaceutical trials that involve highly specialized patient bases. We have worked with most major pharmaceutical companies, many of whom come back again and again to our practice because of the quality of our data, availability of our Primary Investigators, ability to enroll different therapeutic areas, and the ease of doing business with us.

The overarching company, Centennial Medical Group, is a Primary Care medical practice working closely with our research division in patient recruitment and management. The practice has 20,000 active patients who are widely diverse in both age and condition and who receive routine care in a variety of specialty areas. The sizable primary care practice allows our research providers to maintain a constant presence on the front lines of patient care.

Our operations and staff are qualified to handle a wide variety of Phase 1 through phase 4 studies, ranging from 1 to 700 study participants, and our research-patient population includes a cross section of ethnic backgrounds, ages, and medical conditions. The research department was awarded the Site Patient Recruitment innovation award (SPRIA) by the Society of Clinical Research Sites in 2021 for achieving high enrollment and high diversity of enrolled patients through innovative recruitment using mobile buses.

Centennial Research Center is committed to world-class research results and the development of quality assurance programs via rigorous staff education and internal audit programs. Continuous quality improvement, an ongoing effort, involves CRC’s entire staff, and weekly training meetings are mandatory, as the key to quality research is constant training. Constant communication between sponsors, CROs, monitors, and Centennial Research Center staff helps provide optimal results.

Steven Geller M.D. FACP CPI

Dr. Gellar is the medical director of Centennial Research Center and Centennial Medical Group. He graduated medical school from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and then completed his residency in internal medicine at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is board-certified in internal medicine and is a certified physician investigator.

Rajiv Dua MD, MBA

Dr. Dua completed his family medicine residency from Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center and has been a member of Centennial Research Center since 2004. He also received an MBA degree from Johns Hopkins University. He is the director of the Centennial Medical Group weight management center and has passed the certification test for the American Board of Bariatrics, and so is very interested in our obesity studies.

Clinical Study Coordinators

Jenni Le

Is the Lead clinical research coordinator, and has been working in clinical research since 2000.

Bachelor of Science from University of Nebraska

Diamond Austin

Has been a research coordinator since 2015.

Bachelor of Science from Lincoln University

Andrea Henry

Clinical research coordinator and Regulatory coordinator since 2015

Karen Linares

Clinical research coordinator since 2019

Doctor of Medicine from Universidad Technologica de Santiago

Toby Soper

Clinical research coordinator since 2020

Doctorate in Biology from Johns Hopkins University

Anne Fanelli

Research assistant since 2020

Bachelor of Arts, New England Conservatory

Elisa Spitalsky

Research assistant since 2020

Rydica Newton

Research assistant since 2020

Contact our Research Department

For more information about our Clinical Research Opportunities, please contact our research department by dialing 410-730-3399 and selecting option 3 (Elkridge Location) followed by option 3 (Research) or call the research department directly at


What is a Clinical Trial?

Clinical trials are the method by which new medications and treatments are evaluated for safety and effectiveness. The Food and Drug Administration requires all new drugs and treatments to be thoroughly tested before they are approved for use, usually in 4 phases of trials.

Participants in clinical trials can gain access to new treatments before they become widely available for routine use, and contribute to the advancement of medical science. These advancements help improve our quality of life and provide cures for previously untreatable diseases.

Clinical research volunteers receive free medical evaluations during the research visits and are compensated for their time and travel expenses.

Centennial Research Center has Conducted Studies in Numerous Areas, including:

  • Endocrinology & Metabolism
  • Vaccines (influenza, COVID, RSV, meningitis, and others)
  • Cardiovascular
  • Gastroenterology/Hepatology
  • Healthy Volunteers
  • Internal Medicine
  • Men’s Health
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Obesity and Weight Loss
  • Osteoporosis
  • Pulmonology
  • Urology

Below are Some Details of Our Quality Assurance Program

  • Ongoing Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) training and updating.
  • Real-time clinical trial management system allows our staff to monitor all aspects of the patient experience.
  • Standard Operating Procedures are in place for staff training, informed consent, drug accountability, drug storage, and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
  • External quality reviews are performed by Rx Trials LLC.
  • Our research director, Dr. Geller, is an ACRP Certified Physician Investigator.
  • Our site and staff are members of the Society of Clinical Research Sites (SCRS) and Dr. Geller is a former member of the Leadership Council of SCRS.
  • All staff training and meetings are documented for review.
  • Drug accountability is documented at the time of dispensation; drug dispensation is strictly controlled by study coordinators, and only authorized study staffs have access to the drug supply room.

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