Studies Recruiting Volunteers

Below is a list of studies currently looking for people to take part in them at the ICRF.  Some are looking for healthy volunteers, and others are looking for volunteers with particular health conditions.  You can find out more about these studies and how to apply for them by clicking on the links below.

If you’d like to be the first to know about any of the healthy volunteer studies opening at the ICRF, then we recommend you join our Healthy Volunteer Database.

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PETVACC

Research, Studies
Healthy men aged 18–55 for a study of PET scanning in evaluation of vaccine reactions. The study involves 2 visits. We'll pay you up to £100 to cover your expenses and compensate you for inconvenience.
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Help us to treat Psoriasis

Research, Studies
Do you have psoriasis? We need people like you to take part in our forthcoming clinical trial and help us to treat psoriasis in the future. You will be reimbursed for your time and inconvenience (up to £2,316 Part C / up to £2,436 Part D).
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MBS2320

Studies
Do you have rheumatoid arthritis? Are you taking a stable dose of Methotrexate? You will be reimbursed for your time and inconvenience (up to £1,728).
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I HART CGM

Research, Studies
Impact on Hypoglycaemia Awareness of Real Time CGM and Intermittent Continuous Glucose Data
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Palm Oil

Research, Studies
The Department of Investigative Medicine is conducting a study on healthy, non smoking volunteers aged 18-60 years and body mass index of 18.6-29.9kg/m2.
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NK3R Study

Research, Studies
Peri- or menopausal women aged 40-62 years old having regular hot flushes/night sweats
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Kisspeptin IVF study

Studies
This study aims to find out if using kisspeptin to mature eggs can improve the safety of IVF treatment in women at high risk of a dangerous side effect of IVF treatment called ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS). The study will fund one fresh cycle of IVF treatment using kisspeptin as…
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GHADD

Research, Studies
We are investigating the effects certain gut hormones (hormones that are produced in the stomach and intestine) have on eating and addictive behaviours in people who are overweight, or have recently stopped smoking or drinking alcohol (or planning to do so in the near future).
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Endobarrier

Studies
This study is looking for people with Type 2 diabetes and a BMI of between 30-50 kg/m2.
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Macronutrients

Studies
We are looking for people aged 18-60 for a study looking at the assessment of digestion and metabolism following altered macronutrient intake.
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LCDDM

Studies
We're looking for people with Type 2 diabetes who have a BMI of above 30 for a study looking at low calorie diets, weight loss and whether this reduces the need for insulin.
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GenScan

Studies
We are looking for healthy volunteers of WEST AFRICAN descent to take part in an Imperial College sponsored study called ‘Genetic Studies of the Heart and Circulation’.
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Appetite and Blood Sugar Study

Studies
We are looking for healthy volunteers aged between 18-55, who don't smoke and are overweight for a study looking at the effect of natural hormones that reduce appetite and the way the body handles sugar.