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Medical Specialists

The Future of Healthcare


At Apex Mobile Clinical Research we have created an ecosystem that includes education and community awareness around NASH and associated metabolic disorders. By keeping the trusted patient-provider relationship, we provide a connection to clinical trials as an option for furthering care.

We are passionate
about patient care

We believe in finding clinical trials that work for our patients.

Not patients that work for our clinical trials.​

AMCR is led by providers with decades of experience in research who have made an impact globally on the field of fatty liver disease. Our focus is on detection, assessment and diagnosis of liver disease and associated metabolic dysfunction. We are making a difference in the liver health of patients and, by doing so, contributing to the development of new medicines to increase the quality of life for people with liver related conditions.

Clinical Trials

Interested in participating in clinical trials?  Find out how you can help advance the future of medicine while learning more about your condition. 


Our free FibroScan® testing is quick and painless. It provides a noninvasive alternative to liver biopsy to estimate the level of fat and scaring in the liver.

What is NASH?

NASH (Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis) is the build-up of liver fat & scaring in people who drink little to no alcohol. It is the most common form of chronic liver disease in the United States. 

Are you at risk for Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)?

NAFLD affects 1 in 3 adults
over the age of 50

Know your risk
Can you check any of these boxes?

Type 2 Diabetes


High Cholesterol

BMI > 30


Post-Menopausal Female

Current Enrolling Studies

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Walk-In FibroScan® Clinic

Complimentary Screening for Liver Disease

​Are you at risk for Liver Disease?  
Apex Mobile Clinical Research can perform a simple, pain-free procedure called a FibroScan® that allows us to estimate your liver health.


​Walk-In Hours​
Every Wednesday 7:00 am - 3:00 pm

No appointment necessary

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