Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM)/NewYork-Presbyterian (NYP) is a leading center for clinical research. Our physicians and researchers are internationally recognized for cutting-edge research that helps find new treatments and therapies for a wide range of health conditions. All of today’s standard treatments were developed in clinical trials, many of them at WCM/NYP.
When exploring treatment options for you or a loved one, you might consider participation in a clinical trial. Healthy volunteers play a vital role in determining the safety and tolerability of new treatments. In addition, by participating in a clinical trial you may gain access to novel research treatments before they are widely available.
To view Weill Cornell Medicine/NewYork-Presbyterian's open clinical trials, click here. You will find links to clinical trials currently recruiting participants at WCM/NYP. These studies are organized by health condition and provide information that will help you better understand what clinical trials are, how they work and why people participate in them.
In the following pages, you will find helpful resources outlining additional information on clinical trials, a general FAQ, as well as common clinical trial terms and questions to ask your healthcare team.
Thank you for your interest in our clinical research.
For additional information, contact JCTOSRC@med.cornell.edu.