Hello, I’m BJ and I joined the Windom Allergy family in June 2021. I was born and grew up in Southwest Florida. I have also lived in western North Carolina for a few years and recently relocated to Port Charlotte with my mom. Nursing has been my main career and I specialized and currently work in Clinical Research. I have two amazing children; my daughter Julia and my son John. I am an author and I write inspirational Christian poetry. In addition to writing, things that I enjoy doing are reading, walking, golfing, gardening, spending time at the beach, going to flea markets and...
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I’m Sally and I am the CCRC and COO of Sarasota Clinical Research. I have worked in research for 20 years. I’ve been at Windom Allergy for 11 years, so far, and have known Dr. Hugh Windom since high school! I am an RN and have worked in the ICU for 20 years. I have twin daughters and 2 fur kids! I am proud to say that at age 40, I ran the Chicago marathon. I love to golf and ski. I’m a college football fan as well, GO GATORS!Fun fact: I was Miss Siesta Key in 1978.
We may be able to help you out if you have asthma, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or emphysema), atopic dermatitis (eczema in people with an allergic background), hives (chronic urticaria for > 6 itchy months), or dust induced hay fever in 5-11 year-olds. If you qualify for one of the trials, you’ll receive medication free of charge and be compensated for your time and travel. We’ve been conducting clinical research trials as part of the Sarasota Clinical Research center here in Sarasota, FL since 1994 (https://www.windomallergy.com/clinical-trials). Sally Kastes is our Clinical Research Coordinator and can be reached at 941-927-4888, or...
Shannon is our Clinical Trial Regulatory Specialist at Sarasota Clinical Research. Hi! I’m Shannon. I’m a wife of 7 years and mama to 2 beautiful girls. If I had my choice, I’d live closer to the mountains, but Florida will do for now! My favorite things are puzzles, fresh air, discovering new places, and organizing things. Fun facts about me: I don’t eat anything that has mint in it , I have a few pictures like this of me shoving my face with ice cream and I’d love to own a cow someday. Don’t hesitate to say hi if you see me in the hallways...
Eczema, atopic dermatitis, or just plain itchy skin can ruin your day and make sleeping a challenge. When moisturizers, medicated creams, and antihistamines aren’t enough, you may be offered the new biologic drug, Dupixent. This new drug is highly effective, but also costly (~$37,000/year). Sarasota Clinical Research is participating in a national pharmaceutical trial with this agent, addressing its impact on nighttime itch. There is no charge for all medication and testing during the trial and you may be compensated for your time and travel. Find out more here! Or give us a call today!
They’ve been called hives, welts, itches, welts, or swelling, but the medical terminology is urticaria. As many as 20% of people will experience urticaria in their lifetime. When it persists for longer than 6 weeks, we call it chronic urticaria. Here at the Sarasota Clinical Research center at Windom Allergy we are testing a monthly injection for chronic urticaria. You may be compensated for your time and travel. Find out more here! -> www.windomallergy.com/clinical-trials
If the cost of inhalers bothers you, or you’d like to contribute to the development of new medications, taking part in an asthma or COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or emphysema) study might be for you. Here at the Sarasota Clinical Research Center at Windom Allergy we are now enrolling patients in Asthma and COPD clinical trials; you may receive medication at no cost, and compensation for time and travel! Find out more here!
Calling all skin folks with hives, eczema, and plain ole’ itchy skin: Sarasota Clinical Research is participating in national pharmaceutical trials with new medications for these conditions. Wouldn’t it be nice to find something to get your young skin back? Found out more here -> www.windomallergy.com/clinical-trials Or give us a call TODAY!
If you’ve experienced that jaw-dropping moment at the pharmacy, we may be able to help. We are doing clinical research trials of generic asthma inhalers designed to replace those co$tly ones you’re taking now. You may receive medication at no cost, and compensation for time and travel! Give us a call! See more information at www.windomallergy.com/clinical-trials.