Research subjects/participants contribute to the progress of medical science by facilitating the development of new treatments, therapies and interventions.

Human Subjects Research involves living individuals from whom data or biospecimens are obtained, used, studied or analyzed through interaction or intervention, or identifiable private information is used, studied, analyzed or generated.

The current clinical trial studies available have individual eligibility requirements. Interested participants can determine their eligibility and ask any questions regarding participation through the clinical study listing, which provides information on eligibility.

Participation in a clinical trial is voluntary and refusal to participate does not have any impact on routine medical care. Participants may leave a study at any time and for any reason after enrolling in a clinical trial.

Examples of human subjects’ research includes:

  • Collecting blood
  • Conducting a survey
  • Changing participants’ Environment
  • Administering medicine
  • Interviewing
  • Administering a psychological test
  • Collecting data
  • Conducting a focus group
  • Testing a new educational technique

If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial or you would like more information about our research, please contact us by completing this form.

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