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neurology study interest registry

Let's discover the next breakthrough, together.

As the number of people with neurological diseases continues to increase, we depend more than ever on participants for clinical research studies to advance new treatments and therapies. Help us find the next frontier of neurology treatments with project:brainhealth at the University of Rochester.

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How does project:brainhealth work?

1.

Click the Join Now button to read through the consent form for details on joining the research registry.

2.

Complete a brief 10-minute online form.

3.

A researcher from the University of Rochester
will contact you about relevant research opportunities.

4.

Decide whether or not you are interested in participating in that specific research study.

Your participation is the difference

project:brainhealth aims to accelerate research to improve the lives of all patients with neurological disorders. Our researchers are making tremendous progress in advancing innovative tools, new methods of care, and breakthrough therapies. Our clinical trials depend more than ever on diverse volunteer participation to ensure improved health outcomes for all populations. Join us to help move clinical research forward as we continue to search for cures.

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Privacy is the cornerstone of project:brainhealth

All of your information is kept confidential and is stored in a secure database, following guidelines set forth in the US Health Insurance Portabillity and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) - the same guidelines as your medical records!

All information collected is only accessible to credentialed University of Rochester researchers - and is never shared outside of the University of Rochester.

All Neurology Study Interest Registry Staff hold certifications in Human Subjects Research (HSR) and Good Clinical Practice (GCP).

Your consent comes first

The Neurology Study Interest Registry (NSIR) connects potential participants with University of Rochester open research studies. By joining our Registry, you inform our researchers of your interest in participating in clinical studies. We will contact you with more information about studies for which you may be eligible.
There is no obligation to participate, and you can say no at at any time.