Recently Added Studies

The purpose of this study is to develop effective mental health and preventing suicide and substance use disorder, we must better understand risks, which lead to mental illness, and resilience, which…
The main reason this study is being done is to assess the impact of the FDA’s (and Columbus) menthol ban on African American (AA) communities. This information will provide the Food and Drug…
Mood disorders like Major Depressive Disorder and Bipolar Disorder can be chronic, recurrent illnesses. Our treatments to date can help many people but are often trial and error, and continuity and…
Researchers at Nationwide Children’s Hospital are seeking volunteers to be a part of a study looking at how to best screen for bleeding disorders in young women. Participants will be asked to…
This study aims at preserving residual hearing and assessing outcomes in cochlear implant patients.

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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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ResearchMatch logoBecome a research volunteer. ResearchMatch is a secure, easy to use, volunteer registry funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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.

Join ResearchMatch today. Children under 18 must be enrolled by a parent or guardian.