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Who We Are
Sterling Research Group is a medical research group in Cincinnati, Ohio that conducts clinical trials, research studies.

Sterling currently has approximately 30 employees including a full time Medical Director and 4 part time physician researchers. Sterling's highly trained staff have many years of research experience, ACRP Certified Clinical Research Coordinators and dedicated support staff.

Sterling Research Group has 2 well-equipped office locations to better serve Cincinnati and surrounding communities.

Offices Include:

  • Dedicated space for CRA's to monitor
  • Adequate number of exam rooms
  • Regularly calibrated equipment
  • Secure drug storage
  • Lab processing area with refrigerated centrifuge


The office located in Springdale, a northern suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio is conveniently located one block from interstate access. This office is associated with an urgent care center located across the street. This office is a short distance from a suburban hospital that houses the joint venture cath lab, an active cardiac surgery program and a dedicated heart hospital. In addition to research facility, this office houses our marketing and recruitment personnel.

Mt. Auburn

The office located in Mt. Auburn, is close to the downtown area of Cincinnati and located within blocks of several main hospitals. The Mt. Auburn office is our original office and in addition to our research facility houses our regulatory and finance departments in a 7000 square foot office.


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Cincinnati, OH

PH: (513) 621-5112
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Cincinnati / Mt. Auburn
2230 Auburn Avenue
Level B
Cincinnati, OH 45219
PH: (513) 381-4100
FX:  (513) 381-4120

375 Glensprings Drive
2nd Floor
Cincinnati, OH 45246
PH: (513) 671-8080
FX:  (513) 671-8090
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