Uniting you with researchers in the pursuit of health discovery.
At UT Health San Antonio, we conduct studies called clinical trials. Clinical trials are an important step in research to discover new treatments that help improve the health and well-being of our community. YOU are an important part of this step. Our researchers need YOU to volunteer and help pave the path of discovery.
We face a lot of stressors that may affect our health. We invite you to participate in our study and learn different ways to cope and help us develop health interventions for our communities! The only requirements? You must be Latino or non-Latino White over 18 and speak English or Spanish.
Volunteers are needed in clinical trials to understand how new treatments or interventions affect people. Without you, better treatments for diseases like diabetes, cancer, stroke, and other medical conditions would not exists. Sometimes, clinical trials can be treatment option for people.
¿Por que voluntario?
Se necesitan voluntarios en estudios clínicos para comprender cómo los nuevos tratamientos o intervenciones afectan a las personas. Sin usted, no existíra mejores tratamientos para enfermedades como diabetes, cáncer, asma y otros afecciones médicas.
7 Questions to ask research teams
What is the purpose of this study?
How long is the study?
What is already known about the treatment in the study?
Will I know if I am getting the treatment?
Will I be paid for my time?
Do I have to pay for any part of the study?
Will the results be given to me?
“By 2030, cancer in Latinos is going to increase by 140%. But, we know very little about how new treatments affect this population since they are still underrepresented in clinical trials.”
Amelie G. Ramirez, Dr.P.H
Chair, Department of Population Health
Member, National Academy of Medicine