Clinical Trial Resources
If you have any questions or concerns about your rights as a research subject, call the Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects at (713) 500-7943. You may also call the Committee if you wish to discuss problems, concerns, and questions; obtain information about the research; and offer input about current or past participation in a research study.
My Clinical Trial Locator
MyClinicalTrialLocator.com uses publicly available information from www.clinicaltrials.gov and other information received from academic medical centers. We have used geographical information to help users of our Website find trials based on location.
Search ongoing clinical trials nation wide, including ongoing trials at The University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston.
Clinical Trial FAQ
Clinical trials are scientific research studies designed to find better ways to treat or prevent diseases. Our goal is to help you make an educated decision about participating in a clinical trial and to help you understand the clinical trial process. If you find medical words that you do not understand, please be sure to check the glossary of terms used in clinical trials on our Clinical Trials Glossary page for clarification.
Information You Should Know Before Joining a Research Study
If you are considering participating in a clinical research, do visit this page for some suggestions of questions that you should ask the researcher before participating.
Planned Emergency Research
In many emergency situations, the people who are taking part in the research study are not able to give their informed consent due to their condition, for example, they could be in coma due to injury or stroke.Visit this page to learn about additional protections for participants in planned emergency research..
If you would like to participate in a research study, this page lists research studies that are currently accepting subjects by Health Condition.
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