Duke TransPop Research Volunteer Registry

The Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) has launched the Volunteer Registry for people who are interested in participating in health research studies. The registry is designed to collect and maintain information about participants who may be contacted for future studies. The registry is managed by Duke Translational Population Health Research (TransPop).

Interested in signing up? Click here to sign up for the Volunteer Registry. To learn more, call 704-250-5861 or email transpop@duke.edu.

Principal Investigator: Dr. Kristin Newby

Who can to take part in this registry? All adults 18 and older who want to be contacted about study opportunities are encouraged to join the registry. There is no zip code restriction to join the registry. We need healthy participants as well as people suffering from a disease or condition.

Why should I consider joining the registry? Joining our Volunteer Registry is an opportunity for you to be considered for future research studies. Based on the information you give us, we may contact you when it appears that you could be eligible for a study. You can choose how much information to contribute. If you choose to contribute less information, there is a chance that you may miss future study opportunities if you appear to not qualify. If we invite you to participate in a study, you will decide if you want to participate or not.

What is the registry? It’s a secured directory of adults who are willing to be contacted to participate in clinical research studies. By joining, you give us permission to contact you if we believe you might be a good fit for one of our studies. The registry is only available online.

How could my participation help research? Research takes a long time. Having a group of people willing to participate in research allows us to speed up our process of recruiting our community to improve health.

More questions and answers can be found in the Volunteer Registry FAQ.

Download the Duke TransPop Research Volunteer Registry Information Card.

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