Recently Added Studies

The purpose of the WELL study is to examine how consuming dietary oils in foods like spreads, bread, cookies, muffins, and brownies everyday influences liver fat.   The study will measure liver fat…
The purpose of this study is to identify places where Franklin County residents have had an opioid-related overdose (e.g. home, workplace, coffee shop, grocery story). We also want to identify what…
The purpose of this study is to see if BELSOMRA, an FDA approved medication that is prescribed to treat insomnia, changes the body’s response to stress.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the early development of attention, learning, and memory during childhood. Participation in this study includes 4, 90-minute-long visits to the lab per…
The primary aim of this study is to determine whether administration of the nervous system growth factor "Brain-Deruved Neurotrophic Factor" (BDNF) to eligible patients with Alzheimer's disease and…

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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.

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