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Why Participate?

Research studies are always looking for participants and many are never completed because they cannot find enough volunteers. By becoming a research volunteer, new treatments and drugs can be discovered which could help bring new medical services to Indiana, improve healthcare for you, your friends and your family, and bring more doctors and jobs to our neighborhoods. The goal of INresearch.org is to link volunteers with researchers.

Anyone 18 years or older and interested in participating in research studies may sign up for INresearch.org.

Things to know:
  • This registry is completely voluntary and only serves to notify people of studies that are available to take part in locally.
  • Participation in any research study is completely voluntary.
  • If you are not interested in the study, you can say “not interested” to study team.
  • Parents, legal guardians and caregivers will have the opportunity to register themselves and/or their children or other dependent individuals.
  • Participants can modify any of their personal information and/or the information about their dependents whenever it is convenient. This makes the amount of information shared by the individual completely customizable.
  • Participants have the ability to remove themselves, and/or their dependents at any time and for any reason.

Signing up for INresearch.org, only means that researchers can contact you for studies that you may be eligible for and let’s you receive newsletters from ALL IN.

By participating in INresearch.org, you can also have your voice heard regarding your, your families’ and your communities’ health through ALL IN for Health.