Let’s fight COVID-19 together
Did you know that clinical trials are the only way to discover a COVID-19 treatment, vaccine or even a cure? This page provides information about COVID-19 clinical trials and how you can make a difference.
Current COVID-19 Clinical Trials Worldwide
with clinical trials running in the United States alone
patients and healthy volunteers to participate
What are clinical trials?
Clinical trials look at new ways to prevent, detect or treat disease. They are a part of clinical research and necessary for treatments to go to market. When you volunteer to participate in clinical trials, you are helping to advance science and save lives.Learn more about clinical trials
Why should I participate?
The only way to learn about the potential live-saving treatments for COVID-19 is through clinical research. Volunteers, both healthy and with an illness, participated in clinical studies so that you could have the medication you need every day. The best way to move beyond the coronavirus is to discover a treatment or vaccine – but only if you help make that happen.
Do I need to be diagnosed with COVID-19 to participate?
No! Whether you do not have COVID-19, have COVID-19 or may have had COVID-19 in the past, there is a study for you. There are many different types of studies, looking for all types of participants. Each study has specific eligibility criteria, so make sure to check before applying. Here are three main types of categories most eligible participants will fall under:
You are displaying no symptoms and do not have COVID-19. Healthy does not indicate whether you have another underlying condition. Please check the specific study eligibility criteria for more information.
You have not been formally diagnosed but are displaying common COVID-19 symptoms.
You currently have COVID-19 and have been formally diagnosed. Please see specific study eligibility criteria for severity.