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  • Here's how researchmatch works:
    Fill out a few basic questions about yourself or the person you wish to register. (currently only volunteers with a US address may join).
    Create your unique username and password that only you will know.
    If you wish, you tell us a bit more about your health background.
    (your responses are optional).
    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!

Want a chance to make a difference? Here it is.
Research positively impacts the lives of millions of people every day, but research needs YOU to keep it moving forward. All too often studies are forced to end early because there aren’t enough volunteers which means many important questions go unanswered and treatment options remain limited. ResearchMatch helps solve this problem by matching people who want to participate in research with researchers who need volunteers for their studies. We match YOU with research.

ResearchMatch is not about one condition, one institution, one partner or one research study…We are a nation of many working together to make a difference
now and in the future. Get involved and Get matched today!

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.
ResearchMatch is funded in part by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) program, grants UL1TR000445 and 1U54RR032646-01 .The CTSA program is led by the NIH’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS). The content of this website is solely the responsibility of ResearchMatch and Vanderbilt University and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH.
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