Michigan State University and affiliated programs are always accepting clinical research applications. Keep in mind that some researchers are looking for participants who have the specific disability they are studying (autism, intellectual and other neurodevelopmental disabilities) while other researchers are looking for non-disabled study participants.
Please complete all of the fields below if you would like to participate in clinical study with a C-RAIND/MSU research project. You do not have to have a disability to participate!
What is a research study?
A clinical research study uses human volunteers to answer specific health questions and find new treatments and ways to improve health.
There are many reasons why people volunteer to participate in clinical research, such as:
- Making a valued contribution to clinical research; health research discoveries are only possible when a diverse group of volunteers are involved
- The opportunity to play a role in investigations that ultimately uncover better ways to treat, prevent, diagnose, and understand human disease
- Potential compensation for time and travel related to the clinical research
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