What Is the Research Participant Registry?
Welcome to the Third Coast CFAR’s Research Participant Registries, an opportunity for anyone interested in participating in cutting edge research aimed at improving prevention and treatment of HIV. The participant registries are operated by the Behavioral, Social, and Implementation Science (BSIS) and Clinical Sciences Cores of the Third Coast Center for AIDS Research and help researchers find qualified study participants.
Why Should You Join?
- To participate in research designed to improve HIV prevention or treatment
- To learn about ways to possibly improve your health
- To help others in your community, and around the world
We will keep your information confidential. Your decision whether or not to join a registry will never affect your ability to receive services at Northwestern University, the University of Chicago, AIDS Foundation of Chicago, the Center on Halsted, or the Alliance of Chicago Community Health Systems.
The Research Participant Registries are currently under development and will be linked to this page soon.