Liver Associates of Texas, P.A.


Clinical Trials

Our research studies or clinical trials test how well new Gastroenterology/Hepatology medications or devices work in people. These studies/trials try to find better ways to prevent, diagnose and treat a specific disease and or condition. People who take part in studies/trials have an opportunity to contribute to the knowledge of, and progress against a particular disease/problem.

Clinical Trial Details:

We are currently conducting clinical trials with the following sponsors: Madrigal, NorthSea, Genentech, NGM, Genfit, AbbVie


We are currently studying the following diseases: Acute HCV Infection, Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) in Hispanics, Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH), Primary Biliary Sclerosis-Pruritus, Primary Biliary Cholangitis (PBC)


Liver Associates of Texas’ mission is to not only sustain but also improve the lives of people living with liver diseases through advancing clinical research. Our research team, spearheaded by Dr. Victor Ankoma-Sey, is actively involved in multiple research studies investigating new treatments for liver disease. These diseases include acute HCV infection, non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), and primary biliary cholangitis. 

Volunteering for Clinical Trials:

Before volunteers begin to participate they must first give their consent to do so by reading and being explained a study approved consent form. In this consent form the potential risks, benefits, alternatives, and responsibilities of the study are explained. Once a volunteer feels they understand what is involved with the clinical trial and indicate their willingness to participate they will then sign this consent and begin the study screening process.

Each study has specific inclusion and exclusion criteria and will be assessed at this screening visit. Participants in these clinical trials usually receive some form of reimbursement for time and travel once enrolled into one of the studies.

Contact Us:

Please reach to our research department if you have questions regarding our research opportunities:


Phone: 713-799-2667  Fax: 713-547-4378