PARTICIPANT: Find a clinical trial
Carefully planned clinical trials test new medical advances for safety and efficacy, making possible future improvements in everyday clinical practice and health-care decision making.
To look for a clinical trial or research study
- Go to the Stanford Clinical Trials Directory, a searchable database of all clinical trials or research studies being conducted at Stanford.
- For trials outside of the Stanford Health Care community, go to ClinicalTrials.gov. This is a searchable directory of clinical trials. This NIH website also includes general information on how clinical trials are conducted.
To receive notifications of open clinical trials
To learn more about clinical trials and research studies
- Visit the Stanford Research Compliance page page on what it means to be a research study participant, and learn about clinical trials and the process, risks and rewards of participating in research studies or clinical trials.
- Search the Stanford Community Academic Profiles (CAP) to look for a Stanford investigator who may be conducting research in a specific area of interest.
- Stanford University is a proud member of CISCRP's Circle of Supporters. CISCRP (The Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation) is a nonprofit group dedicated to educating and informing the public, patients, medical/research communities, the media, and policy makers about clinical research participation.