Over 25,000 people have joined research registries at Northwestern University. Join a registry now and help advance research.
Illinois Women's Health RegistryThe Women's Health Research Institute created the Illinois Women's Health Registry in order to address the underrepresentation of women in scientific and clinical research studies. For women who join the Registry, we offer you the opportunity to participate in important research impacting women's health.
Asthma and COPD Patient RegistryThe Asthma and COPD Patient Registry was created to find people interested in taking part in current or future clinical research studies on asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The information collected in this registry will also help us to better understand asthma and COPD and help us come up with new research ideas.
Cerebral Palsy Research RegistryThe mission of the CPRR is to promote cerebral palsy research throughout the life span. We do this by providing registry participants and/or their families with notification of research studies and use the de-identified information to better understand the impact cerebral palsy has on individuals, families and society. We welcome the enrollment of anyone with a diagnosis of cerebral palsy.
Allergy Asthma and Immunology Clinical Research Unit Registry
We are dedicated to research about asthma, allergy, sinusitis and respiratory infections. Come learn about your health and help scientists and clinicians in the process. You may sign up as either a healthy volunteer or patient volunteer. We look forward to seeing you at the AAICRU soon!
General Research Registry
If you'd like to participate in any kind of research study and want to be notified when you may qualify for one, please join the General Research Registry. Anyone interested in research--either as a healthy or diagnosed participant--is welcome to join the registry. Thank you for your interest and we hope to match you with a study of your interests soon.
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Registry
We are now recruiting for multiple research studies, and you may like to get involved! Sign up as either a healthy or patient volunteer and select the research areas you're interested in (i.e., schizophrenia, depression, bipolar, Alzheimer’s disease). Joining this research registry lets us create a contact list of people interested in being a research participant.
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