Interested in volunteering for a clinical study? Please fill out the following form so that we may determine your eligibility for one of ACMR’s ongoing or upcoming studies.
A healthy volunteer is someone with no known significant health problems who participates in a clinical trial to test a new drug, device, or intervention.
It’s necessary to test on healthy volunteers because their results present crucial data that can be used as a comparison. Healthy volunteers have always played a vital role in clinical research; they help researchers define the limits of “normal” for a new drug, device, or treatment. A healthy volunteer will often be matched to patients that have similar characteristics, such as age, gender, or family relationship.
If you sign up to be a healthy volunteer, you will be compensated for your time and participation. Along with being compensated, it’s truly a rewarding feeling to know you’ve helped researchers get one step closer to developing something new to help those who are suffering from a certain illness or condition.
Fill out the form below or call us at 404-881-5800 for more information.
All information pulled from: https://clinicalcenter.nih.gov/recruit/volunteers.html
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