Recently Added Studies

The purpose of this study is to better understand experiences, attitudes, and practices of women gun owners in New Jersey and Ohio to ultimately improve understanding of factors that may influence…
The purpose of this study is to lower the rate of type 2 diabetes in rural Appalachia youth due to obesity and/or being overweight. Our long-term goal is to improve the health of underserved, high-…
This study is intended to evaluate the effects of a drink supplement on heart function and health in healthy adults after consuming a ketone ester (KE) supplement drink compared to a placebo drink.…
The purpose of this clinical research study is to learn more about the use of the study medicine, volixibat, for the treatment intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy (ICP). Depending upon how many…
The purpose of this study is to improve hemoglobin A1c levels in patients with type 2 diabetes experiencing food insecurity. The study will examine the effects of a produce referral program alone…

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Scientists and researchers are looking for volunteers just like you to participate in clinical trials. Clinical trials are key to developing new methods to prevent, find and treat all types of diseases. It is through clinical trials that scientists can find out if new treatments are safe and effective and work better than current treatments.

Medical advances are only possible if people participate in research. By joining a clinical trial, you can help develop treatments that may one day benefit a friend, a family member or someone around the world. If you’re interested in becoming a research volunteer, we encourage you to find and connect with a study that’s right for you.

New trials are added to this site regularly.

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Researchers can invite volunteers to participate in their study that may be a good fit; however, names and contact information are not released until a volunteer indicates they would like to know more about the study and agrees to release their information to the researcher.

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