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The OSU Asthma Center’s goal is to conduct high-quality translational (practice oriented) research aimed at improving the lives of people with asthma. Our participation in cutting-edge research allows us to offer new therapies to our asthma patients.

A clinical trial is a research study that tests new medicines, treatments or tests. If selected for a clinical trial, volunteers receive the study medicine, treatments or tests free of charge. Also, all medical evaluations and tests performed by the clinical trials researchers are free of charge and reimbursement may be given for parking and/or travel expenses. Visit the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for more information.

The OSU Asthma Clinical Research Center is one of 20 national centers organized by the American Lung Association working together to conduct research aimed at improving the lives of people with asthma.

The OSU Asthma Clinical Research Center is looking for volunteers to participate in clinical trials. If you are interested in participating or have questions about volunteering we encourage you to contact us either via
Phone:  614-293-4978 or 1-800-678-6495
Email:  Lung.Research@osumc.edu

Meet our Clinical Trials staff.
 

Sign up for Research!  ResearchMatch is a new internet based participant recruitment tool that was created through the collaboration of institutions involved with the NIH's Clinical and Translational Science Award program (CTSA Consortium).  Ohio State University is one of the centers across the country who were chosen to participate in this consortium.  ResearchMatch aims to ‘match’ two groups of people: ResearchMatch Volunteers (individuals who wish to learn about studies that might be of interest to them) with ResearchMatch Researchers (researchers who register their study through this tool). To learn more about ResearchMatch click here