Volunteer to be a part of a research study and help make inroads to finding the causes and cures of psychiatric disorders.
Mental health research is conducted to study the human brain and learn about psychiatric illnesses with the goal of finding causes and improving treatment. Volunteers in clinical studies help researchers contribute to advances in psychiatric research.
To find specific clinical research studies, search ClinicalTrials.gov or Rally: Mass General Brigham research studies, which include McLean Hospital clinical studies that are recruiting volunteers.
For more information or to participate in a McLean clinical research study, please call the Clinical Trials Information Line at 617.855.2867.
Clinical trials at McLean Hospital are overseen by the Human Research Protection Program, the Institutional Review Board for all Mass General Brigham hospitals.
More information about patient participation in research studies may be found on the Mass General Brigham website.