Engaging our diverse community in all stages of health research.


Clinical trials are part of clinical research and are critical to advancing medicine. They are research studies involving volunteer participants that evaluate new medical approaches and increase scientific understanding of a wide variety of diseases.

Involvement in a clinical trial is strictly voluntary, and people who participate may or may not experience personal benefits.

If you decide to participate in a clinical trial, you will play an important role in advancing scientific knowledge and helping future patients.

Patient participates in research

Participate in Research

Here are ways that you can participate in a clinical trial or other type of health research study at the University of Miami

University of Miami Health Research

Find health research studies enrolling at the University of Miami and sign up as a volunteer. Healthy participants wanted as well.

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Consent to Contact

UHealth program that notifies you about future clinical studies that may be right for you.

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UHealth Clinical Trials

Search clinical trials taking place through the University of Miami Health System.

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Cancer Trials

Access clinical trials from Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, South Florida’s only nationally ranked center.

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COVID-19 Outreach

The Florida Community Engagement Alliance Against COVID-19 Disparities (FL-CEAL), establishes community-engaged strategies to enhance education, awareness, access, and inclusion of underserved communities in research designed to advance the prevention and treatment of COVID and reduce COVID disparities in the state of Florida.

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Jackson Hospital System in Miami


To build our capacity for research collaboration, the Miami CTSI has established key relationships with important academic, community and clinical partners.