Improve the standard of living for millions of people by participating in paid clinical trials

The UK's leading Clinical Research Organisation for clinical trial volunteer recruitment


We're looking for healthy and patient volunteers to participate in our

paid clinical trials.

Take a look at our ongoing clinical trials below.

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Featured Trial

Healthy volunteers aged 18 to 65 (C18037)

Paid clinical trial for healthy volunteers aged 18 to 65. Register your interest today!

Healthy males and females wanted for clinical trials

Healthy Sub-Saharan Black African volunteers aged

Healthy Sub-Saharan Black African males & females aged 18-45 required for paid clinical trial.

Healthy Caucasian males and females

Healthy volunteers aged 20 to 55 (C18039)

Paid clinical trial for healthy volunteers aged 20 to 55. Register your interest today!

Healthy volunteers aged 18 to 45 (C16051)

Medical trial for healthy Caucasian volunteers starting on April 2nd. Help medical research & receive a payment for your time.

Type 1 Diabetic Study (12061)

This study will be conducted at our clinical trials unit in London Bridge and will involve Type 1 diabetic patients.

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Healthy volunteers aged 18 to 65 (C18037)

Paid clinical trial for healthy volunteers aged 18 to 65. Register your interest today!

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Improve the standard of living for millions of people by participating in paid clinical trials

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Learn more about paid clinical trials here or watch our study video below for an introduction to clinical trials

At trials4us we conduct medical research with the help of paid volunteers to aid the development of new medicines on behalf of the world's leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.

We're always looking for healthy patient volunteers for paid clinical trials


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As a medical trial volunteer, you are helping to find a cure or simply improve the standard of living for millions of people and sufferers of varying medical conditions worldwide