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What is INResearch.org?

INresearch.org is a registry of volunteers, both healthy and with health conditions, that wish to participate in research studies in Indiana. This registry was created to help Indiana citizens find and participate in health-related research studies of interest to them. The website does this by matching volunteers with researchers throughout the state. INresearch.org was created through a collaboration of Indiana University, Purdue University, and the University of Notre Dame through the Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute along with many of the state's healthcare organizations and providers. Any Indiana resident can take part in this registry.

Through INresearch.org, registry volunteers can create an account and manage their health and contact information. Based on this information, volunteers can be contacted for studies enrolling participants. Parents, legal guardians and caregivers will have the opportunity to register themselves and/or their children or other dependent individuals. Participants will also be able to modify any of their personal information and/or the information about their dependents whenever it is convenient for them, making the amount of information shared by the individual completely customizable. Finally, users will have the ability to remove themselves, and/or their dependents at any time and for any reason.

INresearch.org is operated and maintained by the Indiana CTSI Research Recruitment Office.

Contact Information
Brenda Hudson
Program Manager
Indiana CTSI Research Recruitment Office
Indiana University School of Medicine

Patrick McGuire
Program Contact
Indiana CTSI Research Recruitment Office
Indiana University School of Medicine

Phone: 317-278-2176
Toll Free: 1-888-264-0005
E-mail: contactus at INresearch.org