Clinical Trials at Stanford Medicine
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Stanford Cancer Institute offers leading-edge research and compassionate care with over 250 actively recruiting clinical trials, investigating a broad spectrum of new preventative, diagnostic, and treatment strategies.
Stanford Pediatric Clinical Trials play a vital role in developing new therapies for a large range of conditions that affect children. These trials can help pave the way for a brighter healthier future for our youngest generation.
Healthy volunteers play a vital role in clinical studies, helping researchers learn how to keep people well. Some studies compare healthy people to those who have a specific disease or condition.
What is a clinical trial?
Clinical trials are research studies that explore whether a medical strategy, treatment or device is safe and effective for humans. These studies may also show which medical approaches work best for certain illnesses or groups of people. Clinical trials produce information that helps patients and their health-care providers make better health-related decisions.
The Stanford Research Registry connects people like you, with teams conducting research, to improve health care. If you are eligible for a study, researchers may contact you to see if you would like to learn more.
Explore COVID-19 Clinical Studies. Stanford Medicine researchers and scientists have launched dozens of research projects as part of the global response to COVID-19. By participating in our COVID-19 clinical research, you help accelerate medical science by providing valuable insights into potential treatments and methods of prevention.
The Stanford Diabetes Research Center (SDRC) is looking for participants, including healthy volunteers, to join the various diabetes-related studies being conducted at Stanford.
Join the SDRC research registry
Project Baseline is a broad effort designed to develop a well-defined reference, or “baseline,” of good health. Its rich data platform will be used to better understand the transition from health to disease and identify additional risk factors for disease.
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