There are a few ways to get involved in research at Stony Brook!

Say Yes!
If you visit a Stony Brook medical provider, you may be asked if you are interested in hearing about our research activities. If you say Yes, we will be able to contact you if a study comes up that may interest you. Saying Yes to being contacted does not obligate you in any way to participate!
Join the Stony Brook Research Ripple Study Volunteer Registry!
Information you enter may be shared with Stony Brook researchers who are hoping to find volunteers for their studies. Joining our list does not obligate you in any way to participate!

Search for a Stony Brook study online!
We are often opening up new studies here at Stony Brook. Browse our study lists and see if a study interests you. You can then contact the Study Team directly.

The Schleider Lab for Psychology – focus on youth and mental health
http://www.schleiderlab.org/ongoingstudies.html

Stony Brook Social Competence & Treatment Lab - a particular focus on helping those with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
https://www.lernerlab.com/

Psychiatry Studies
Cancer Clinical Studies
Non-Cancer Studies

Join a National or Global Registry!
Some registries may ask you to complete surveys about your condition, family history, or your environment in order to learn more about a disease. Some provide opportunities to get involved in clinical trials or other research.

List of Registries from the National institute of Health
https://www.nih.gov/health-information/nih-clinical-research-trials-you/list-registries

NORD's Rare Diseases Advocacy
https://rarediseases.org/

ResearchMatch
https://www.researchmatch.org

Ask your medical provider! They can keep an eye out for a good study for you.

 

Note: We do not share your information with pharmaceutical or device companies, the public, or any third party. We only share your information with a SB researcher if their study might be a good fit for someone with your survey answers, and we will only share information that they need, and no more.

Last Updated
07/22/2022