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Considering a clinical trial?

Without clinical trials, we would not have life-saving prescription medications, vaccines, over-the-counter medications, and other medical advances. People like you play a critical role in helping to find treatments for hundreds of diseases. We’re grateful for your interest – and we’re here to help you explore the possibility of participating in a study with us.

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Read about participating in clinical trials.


TrialSpark values your time.

The first step of the pre-screening process typically involves completing an online questionnaire. This is a quick, easy way to confirm if you meet the main eligibility requirements. If you may qualify, you’ll continue the pre-screening process. This may include a call with a Nurse Enrollment Specialist and/or medical records review. TrialSpark ensures that you may qualify for the study and know what to expect before you go for an in-person screening visit at your local research site.

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We're partners on your journey.

TrialSpark’s team is hard at work identifying promising studies, selecting top-notch research sites, and creating the best possible patient experiences. We can’t wait for you to meet our Nurse Enrollment Specialists! They’re Registered Nurses with diverse experiences working with patients and clinical trials. Following an initial eligibility check, you’ll connect with a nurse to further discuss the study and your possible interest/eligibility. Your Nurse Enrollment Specialist will be in close contact until you’ve met your local study team.

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We believe knowledge is power.

The decision to participate in a clinical trial is highly personal. That’s why we’ll share important study details upfront, such as the purpose of the research and your role, to help you make an informed decision. There are no silly questions. Your local research team will conduct the formal informed consent process at the screening visit.

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I enjoy listening to patients talk about their conditions while guiding the discussion. It is important to make the potential participant feel heard. I always think it's a win when patients ask questions as well, since it demonstrates to me that they are really engaged.

Jan Kaminsky, PhD, RN

TrialSpark Nurse Enrollment Specialist

I enjoy listening to patients talk about their conditions while guiding the discussion. It is important to make the potential participant feel heard. I always think it's a win when patients ask questions as well, since it demonstrates to me that they are really engaged.

Jan Kaminsky, PhD, RN

TrialSpark Nurse Enrollment Specialist

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