Clinical Trials - What are clinical trials?
NHLBI Clinical Studies - How do I find patient recruitment information for studies being done by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI)?
Children and Clinical Studies - Where can I find information about children and clinical studies?
Clinical Trials.Gov - Where can I find a registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies conducted around the world?
NIH Clinical Trials and You - Where can I find information about National Institutes of Health (NIH) clinical research trials?
ResearchMatch - What is ResearchMatch? (funded by the NIH)
Volunteering - Can I volunteer for clinical research studies even if I'm healthy?
The NIH Clinical Center provides an opportunity for healthy volunteers to participate in medical research studies (sometimes called protocols or trials). Healthy volunteers provide researchers with important information for comparison with people who have specific illnesses. Every year, nearly 3,500 healthy volunteers participate in studies at the NIH. If you are interested in volunteering for an NHLBI study, the NIH Office of Patient Recruitment, (email@example.com) can help you.
Can't find an answer to your question? Contact the NHLBI Health Information Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-592-8573.
Last Updated September 17, 2014