The physicians at Weill Cornell Medical College/NewYork-Presbyterian are dedicated to the pursuit of breakthrough research, and the safe and ethical management of clinical trials.
Research study volunteers play a critical role in determining the effectiveness of new therapies and treatments. By participating in clinical trials, you may gain access to new research treatments before they are widely available. Healthy volunteers are also needed for many studies. Learn more about clinical trials at Weill Cornell, what participation in a trial entails and frequently asked questions about clinical trials.
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Please also visit one of Weill Cornell's affiliated institutions, the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), located adjacent to Weill Cornell on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Click here to learn about current clinical trials at HSS.