Healthy Volunteer Clinical Trials

Status: Enrolling

Did you know that you can participate in a clinical trial without having an underlying medical condition? These are called healthy volunteer clinical trials, and a large proportion of research and medical discovery depends on them.

Healthy studies can range in involvement and length, and we can tell you more about what are currently open and any trials that are upcoming. Fill out the form on the right hand side of the page to see if you qualify for one of our healthy studies clinical trials 

Healthy woman enrolls in a clinical trial in DeLand, Florida


Our medical staff is looking for qualified, healthy adults in DeLand who would be interested in participating in an upcoming clinical trial. If you’d like to learn more about our healthy research studies, please fill out the form on the right hand side of the page. Also, you can call us at (386) 785-2400 if you have any questions about participating in a clinical trial.

Do I Qualify for a Healthy Study?

Before you fill out our contact form, we do want you to know that each study we conduct has it’s own specific set of eligibility criteria. What this means is that while we are looking for healthy volunteers, there are other criteria that need to be met in order for a person to qualify. While we can’t list all of the specifics on our website, a member of our research team can provide further details.

When you complete the contact form on our page, you’ll receive a confirmation email and we’ll contact you as soon as possible to discuss your eligibility for one of our upcoming healthy clinical studies.

Compensation for Time and Travel

Depending on the type of clinical trial, participants may have to take time off work or away from other commitments. That is why we will be providing all medical care free of charge during the study and participants may earn a stipend for completing their study. There aren’t any specifics that can be listed here, but please call us at (386) 785-2400 if you’d like to learn more.

Clinical Trial Indications