Participate in Research

You can make a difference through research. Join us in discovery! 

Your participation can benefit your family, your community, and the health of people, everywhere. 

Participate in Research

There are several ways for you to learn more and get involved: 
 

Learn more about participating in research studies

 

 

Participant Recruitment During COVID-19
  • Presented by: The CCTS Participant Recruitment Team and Dr. Meghan Marsac, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Key Objectives:
    • How CCTS Participant Recruitment Services have changed during COVID-19
    • Introduce a current study using PRS services to recruit and enroll participants
    • Participant Recruitment During COVID-19 Presentation
Linda Rice, BSN, RN, answers questions about participating in research
Linda Rice, BSN, RN, CCRC in CCTS lab

 

Clinical trials and health research are the backbone of modern medicine. Linda Rice, BSN, RN, director of clinical operations for the CCTS, spoke with WUKY's "On Medicine" program about the value of participating in research and the rigorous protections for participants. 

Have You Heard?

  • LEX18 Covid-19 Blood Clot Story
    • Oct 16 2020

    The research, supported by a COVID-19 pilot grant from the CCTS, suggests lung damage caused by COVID-19 might be to blame for prolonged clot risk.

  • Behind the Blue logo
    • Oct 13 2020

    Dr. Lisa Cassis, UK’s vice president for research, oversees the university’s vast medical and nonmedical research efforts. On this episode of "Behind the Blue," she discusses the many areas UK's Office of Research is prioritizing, including greater diversity and inclusion, the increasing commitment to opportunities for undergraduate research, returning research efforts to higher capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic, and more.

  • Portrait of Dr. Gia Mudd-Martin
    • Oct 10 2020

    Mudd-Martin is testing the effectiveness of two interventions aimed at encouraging healthy behaviors such as physical activity, healthy eating and smoking cessation for the populations of rural areas of Bourbon, Rowan, Nicholas and other nearby counties