Clinilabs is currently recruiting volunteers for a wide variety of studies.
List of Current & Upcoming Clinical Research Studies:
Your safety is important to us! Clinilabs is screening individuals for research studies and remains open during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are taking extra precautions to keep our staff and research volunteers safe, including staggered screening appointments, face coverings, health questionnaires, and extra cleaning procedures. If you have any questions about our safety procedures during this time, please contact our recruiters at (212) 994-4567.
Studies may open and close at any time so check back regularly for updates!
Stipend amounts listed below are for time & travel and are based on the completion of all study visits and requirements. You may receive less. Figures are expressed in US dollars. Please note that additional criteria apply for each research study and you may not qualify for the study that you would prefer. While our team will do our best to fit you into your preferred study, you may not qualify but will be considered for other available studies.
|Current Studies||Location/s||Age Range||Gender||Stipend||Details|
|GACI – Rare Genetic Disease 101||Eatontown, NJ||18-65||Male, Female||Compensation and reimbursement will be available for your participation and expenses||Details|
|GACI -ABCC6 Deficiency||Eatontown, NJ||18-65||Male, Female||Compensation and reimbursement will be available for your participation and expenses||Details|
|Healthy Volunteers | Non-Interventional||Eatontown, NJ||18-50||Male, Female||up to $675 plus Travel||Details|
|Opioid Use Disorder||Eatontown, NJ, New York City, NY||18-59||Male, Female||$10,700||Details|
Clinilabs continually screens subjects for a number of study types, including Alzheimer’s research studies, Diabetes clinical trials, epilepsy studies, infectious diseases, kidney disease, pain, Parkinson’s disease, paid depression studies, sleep disorders, Japanese and Chinese descent, and drug addictions. If you are interested in participating and want to learn more about our potential upcoming studies, please contact us today.
The pace of discovery is going unbelievably fast.
– James D. Watson