Volunteering to Participate in Research
Deciding to volunteer to take part in medical research is a decision only you can make - with the help of family, friends and your health care provider. Should you choose to volunteer, your personal information would be kept strictly confidential.
Clinical health studies are designed to evaluate the effectiveness of new medications, technologies, therapies, and procedures by monitoring their effects on groups of people.
These studies are conducted in accordance with rigorous adherence to the highest ethical and scientific protocols and federal regulations – to ensure that human subjects are fully informed and protected. For more information on University standards and policies, click here.
The following health studies are currently recruiting subjects:
- Stress & Smoking Behavior
- Protein Intake and Bone Health
- Adolescents & Adults with Bipolar Disorder - Mood Disorders Research Program
- Duloxetine Treatment for Postpartum Depression
- Sertraline Treatment for PMS / Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)
- Progesterone for Postpartum Cocaine Relapse
To access clinical trials taking place at Yale Cancer Center, please click here.