Volunteering gives you the chance to make a better tomorrow for people with incurable illnesses or conditions
Clinical trials aren’t just for people with medical problems. Various types of trials require people of different health levels to participate–including healthy individuals. Healthy participants are crucial to clinical studies, as they provide comparison data for researchers studying the effects of drugs or treatments on participants with specific illnesses. They can also help test new treatments, vaccinations, and medical devices.
Precision Clinical Research is looking for healthy volunteers to help us answer important questions about various health conditions.
If you’re healthy or have a stable medical condition you may qualify to participate in a healthy volunteer study.
What is a Healthy Volunteer?
A healthy volunteer is someone with no known significant health problems and participates in research to test a new drug, device, or intervention.1
Healthy volunteers provide researchers with valuable data since their health information can be used for comparison. For example, in some studies, researchers need to compare healthy volunteers with people who have a specific disease or condition.
There are many reasons why people volunteer for clinical studies. Among them are:
- The desire to improve medical care for future generations
- A connection to a disease or illness, whether it’s personal or through friends or family
- Personal interest in science2
Eligible participants will receive financial compensation for their time and travel, as well as medical and psychological evaluations related to the study, and the investigational study medication, vaccination, treatment, device or testing, at no cost.
Note: It’s a personal decision whether you want to participate in any trial. You will undergo a qualifying and informed consent process to understand the benefits and risks.
After joining a study, you may leave at any time for any reason.
Study Eligibility Criteria
Ages 18 and over
In general good health