Our access to leading edge clinical trials allows us to deliver improved outcomes and potentially save lives by giving our patients access to the therapies of the future, today. The information below provides ways to participate in these trials and therapies. It also answers questions you may have about clinical trials.
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We have more than 400 active clinical trials and research projects open at any given time. Your eligibility to participate will be evaluated by your physician. A clinical trial may be an option for you.
The list of trials many not contain the most recent changes. Please check with your physician.
OhioHealth Research Institute participates in ResearchMatch, a free, convenient and secure program that brings together people who are trying to find research studies and clinical trials, and researchers who are looking for volunteers. Learn more about ResearchMatch.
Nearly all modern treatment options have developed as a result of clinical trials and research. This is how treatments that were once experimental become standards of care. Thousands of people are helped each year because they decided to take part in a clinical trial. Millions more benefit from others taking part in clinical trials.
Clinical trials, also known as research studies, are designed to find answers to specific health questions. They often look at new drugs or a combination of drugs, surgical procedures or devices, ways to use existing treatments, and ways to help with the side effects of treamtent and add to one's quality of life.
Clinical trials are carried out by a team of healthcare experts who are dedicated to connecting you with the latest advances in care.
Key team members include:
Your eligibility to participate in a clinical trial will be evaluated by your physician. A clinical trial may be an option for you in combination with your current care plan.
One of the most important goals to conducting clinical trials is to protect the safety of clinical trial participants. To ensure participants’ safety, all clinical trials conducted at OhioHealth are subject to careful review and approval by an Institutional Review Board (IRB) and ongoing quality monitoring. There are many laws and processes in place to protect your rights and health.