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  • What is researchmatch?
    A secure place for volunteers and researchers to get connected. Once you sign up and get added to our registry, a researcher will contact you if they think you’ll be a good match for their research study. Find out more information here.

  • Here's how researchmatch works:
    1
    Fill out a few basic questions about yourself or the person you wish to register. (currently only volunteers with a US address may join).
    2
    Create your unique username and password that only you will know.
    3
    If you wish, you tell us a bit more about your health background.
    (your responses are optional).
    4
    Submit your profile to ResearchMatch and wait to be contacted by
    researchers who think you'll be a good match for their study.
Welcome to researchmatch!
ResearchMatch has a simple goal – to bring together two groups of people who are looking for one another: (1) people who are trying to find research studies, and (2) researchers who are looking for people to participate in their studies. It is a free and secure registry that has been developed by major academic institutions across the country who want to involve you in the mission of helping today’s studies make a real difference for everyone’s health in the future.
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Volunteer Testimonials
I was contacted through ResearchMatch to participate as a healthy volunteer for a study that may help researchers find the cause of motor neuron diseases such as ALS and SMA. No question about it, I enrolled:)
ResearchMatch has given me the opportunity to easily be involved in research. I don’t have to go looking for studies. Most recently, I enrolled in an interesting study that required completing an online survey. By being involved in research-I feel part of the solution.
Research Testimonials
Vanderbilt University
"ResearchMatch is the recruitment tool our lab used when the lab first started in 2010 and it helped us to recruit a large number of healthy older adults that we still routinely contact today. It is a great asset for lab managers, like myself, and I have been extremely satisfied with the results!"
Erin Hussey, Ed. M. - Lab Manager for Dr. Brandon Ally
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