Be a Study Participant
There are many ways to find out about clinical trials conducted at UofL. Most people ask their doctor or the health professional whom they see most often. Other people actively look for clinical trials online or in other places, hoping to find more options for treatment.
How you can participate in a clinical trial?
Those interested in volunteering for a study are encouraged to browse for all the trials that are open to recruitment at UofL. Visitors can search for trials by department, or by disease or condition or drug name.
A valuable resource for clinical trials list is CenterWatch which publishes a list of both industry-sponsored and government-funded clinical trials for cancer and other diseases. You can search by location, disease or condition, or drug name.
ResearchMatch is a program that connects researchers with people like you, who want to help UofL and other institutions solve humankind’s greatest health problems.
You can also visit the National Institutes of Health (NIH) website which has an even larger database of clinical trials.
What happens when you contact us?
During the study screening, our clinical research staff will briefly explain the study and discuss the risk and benefits of participating in the study. You will be asked few questions to determine your eligibility to take part in the study. If you are eligible, you will be asked to visit the clinic for a physical examination and completion of any required enrollment documentation. If you are not eligible, we will not keep your information in our records, but you can contact our team in the future of other trials are available. If you want your information to be retained, register on ResearchMatch.
What if you decide not to participate?
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What studies are seeking participants?
We are seeking volunteers to participate in our on-going clinical studies. A complete list of open to enrollment trials. Click on the titles of the studies for a summary of each.