If you would like to participate in health research but do not see a clinical trial or study listed that currently interests you, the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) Volunteer Registry can help. The URMC Volunteer Registry is an easy, convenient way to find out about new studies that may be a good match for you. Anyone can sign up for this free service and it only takes a few minutes!
To get started all you have to do is provide your name and contact information in the boxes below. Then let us know about the types of studies that appeal to you most. Examples might include high blood pressure, cancer, menopause, or even being a healthy volunteer. If you put your name into the registry, researchers may contact you in the future by phone, email or mail to ask you about taking part in a research study. If you are contacted, you can decide at that time whether or not you are interested. By agreeing to participate we will store your name, Date of Birth, gender, phone number (home and/or cell), postal address and e-mail address. Your permission to use your health information for this study will not expire unless you tell us you want to cancel it. We will keep the information we collect about you indefinitely. If you cancel your permission, you will be removed from the study. Your records will be handled as confidentially as possible and stored in protected data files. Your contact information will only be shared with individuals who have approved research studies.
Fast, easy, and convenient – try the URMC Volunteer Registry! If you are a patient of UR Medicine or its affiliates, your willingness to be contacted for future research will be marked in your electronic health record.
The University of Rochester conducts some studies remotely or has studies with a remote option, which means you do not necessarily need to travel to Rochester, NY to participate in research. Compensation (pay) may be available for some studies.
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