Participate in Clinical Research
The role of volunteer subjects as partners in clinical research is crucial to our mission to accelerate discoveries toward better health. The investigators at CTSC are conducting research aimed at discovering new techniques, evaluating new drugs and procedures, and ultimately enhancing the health of the population. CTSC investigators are seeking volunteers to serve as partners in achieving this goal.
About the Clinical Research Volunteer Registry
By enrolling in the CTSC Clinical Research Volunteer Registry you inform researchers of your interest in participation and provide them the necessary information to match your profile with the needs of a particular study. The researchers will then contact you directly by phone or email assessing your interest and suitability for a particular study. Participation in clinical research studies is voluntary, and you have no obligation to participate in any study.
The information you provide will be kept on file for five years unless you request to withdraw. You may withdraw your permission to be contacted and your information removed from the registry.
You may request to be removed from the registry at any time by contacting the CTSC Research Participant Advocate at 505-272-HOPE.
The CRVR registration form includes questions such as your contact information, conditions and diseases and basic additional health information. Information on diseases and conditions is optional, but providing it may help researchers match you with studies that fit you personally.
Download our brochure for more information.