Research at the College
The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix is always looking for new ways to collaborate with those in the community.
This collaborative spirit is a vital aspect of the work being conducted here, as it allows for new avenues of exploration and understanding that can improve quality care. Discovering solutions to today's health care questions — which, in turn, further enables our researchers to prepare for the problems of tomorrow — propels that mission forward.
Throughout the college, our researchers are teaming up with physicians, researchers and industry leaders from public and private enterprises to push the boundaries of discovery and advance health. Our shared goal is to translate discoveries into medicines and knowledge that will improve the health of people in Arizona and worldwide.
Study Participants and Volunteers
There are numerous ways to get involved in research by becoming a study participant. Please refer to the resources below for more information.
Arizona Researchers to Study Long COVID as Part of National Collaborative
Researchers are leading a statewide effort to study the long-term effects of COVID-19 as part of the National Institutes of Health’s Researching COVID to Enhance Recovery (RECOVER) initiative. The study will enroll people for up to one year and then follow participants for up to three to four years.
Normal, Healthy Adults Needed for Research Study (PDF)
The purpose of the study is to compare the gut bacteria of typically developing adolescents/adults (with or without gut problems) with the gut bacteria of adolescents/adults with autism. The purpose of this study is to help us better learn how to help adolescents/adults with autism. Your study participation will be two weeks in length, and you will receive a $125 Visa Gift Card at the end of your participation.
Volunteers with Post-Concussion Headaches Needed for Research (PDF)
This study is seeking volunteers who have recently had a concussion and have post-concussion headaches. The purpose of this study is to find predictors of post-concussion headache persistence and methods to treat post-concussion headache. You will be compensated for your time spent in this study.
- University Guidance for Research Participants.
- Search Clinical Trials.
- Become a ResearchMatch Volunteer.
Lab Volunteers and Interns
If you are interested in volunteering in a lab at the UArizona College of Medicine – Phoenix, please complete the form below. Your information will be made available to researchers at the college who are looking for volunteers.
Please reach out to the Research Office with any questions COMPHX-ResearchOffice@arizona.edu.