All Current Studies

Click on any study to learn more. Sign up by filling out the pre-screener on this page, or on any page specific to the relevant clinical study.

Heartburn is a common condition that develops when the contents of your stomach flow back into the esophagus and cause troublesome pain and discomfort. Unfortunately, about 40% of heartburn sufferers report continued symptoms after treatment with currently available prescription and over-the-counter medications. If you're ready to move on from heartburn, this study is for you. Click here to learn more and sign up.

Are you one of the more than 39 million Americans who suffers from migraines? You may qualify for a research study for the treatment of migraine headaches. Participants will help to learn more about the safety and effectiveness of an investigational new treatment. Click here to learn more and sign up.

Clinical Research Associates and Meharry Medical College are studying pediatric COVID-19 vaccines. Clinical Research Associates has limited enrollment opportunities for children 6 months to 4 years old.Click here to sign up. We will contact you as soon as possible.

Meharry Medical College is also enrolling patients 6-months to 4-years-old. To enroll in Meharry’s study, click here.

The participants in these clinical studies help to improve the health of children around the world. Some pediatric clinical studies are designed to develop pediatric prescribing information for medicines already being used in adults. Others are specific to diseases that uniquely or especially impact the lives of children, such as those that prevent disease—like vaccines—or are related to genetic conditions. What all studies have in common is a dedication to the protection of human rights and advancement of life-saving medicine. Click here to learn more.

We are seeking volunteers ages 60 and older to participate in a study for a Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) vaccine. RSV is increasingly prevalent in elderly adults, can cause severe cold-like symptoms, and lead to serious illness and death. The study will help determine the safety and effectiveness of a single RSV vaccine injection compared to a placebo (no active medicine).  

Learn more about RSV or sign up here.

It’s hard to stop smoking. Millions of Americans try every year, but they still find themselves picking up another cigarette after a long day or just simply out of habit. If this sounds like you, then you may want to consider joining a clinical study for a new smoking cessation treatment. Learn more or sign up to participate here.


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