COVID-19 studies that need volunteers
The University of Minnesota has several clinical trials to test experimental medicines that could help those with coronavirus.
Find a study that's right for you
How you could make a difference
- Help someone who needs it - Your participation in research could benefit a friend, a family member, or someone across the world.
- Make healthcare better for everyone - Healthcare is safer and more effective for everyone when people from different backgrounds, ages, genders, races and ethnicity participate in health research.
- Help researchers solve health problems - Volunteers play a key role in research and make new discoveries possible. Your participation helps researchers find new ways to prevent, detect, or treat disease.
Studies at the University of Minnesota
Every study is different. Some studies need people with certain diseases or conditions, while others are open to healthy volunteers. One study may ask volunteers to go into a clinic, while others just ask that you complete a survey.
There are many ways you can participate in U of M research, and there’s always a need for volunteers.More about volunteering in research
More ways to get involved
Join a national registry! ResearchMatch.org connects volunteers with research studies across the country. Volunteers of any age, race, ethnicity, or health status are invited to join. Log on, register, and receive emails when studies might be a good fit for you.