Participate

Help our biomedical researchers make the next breakthrough.

Become a participant today.

Even with all of the stellar advances in medicine, we have only begun to scratch the surface for some diseases.

Your decision to support medical research by participating in a study allows our scientists to continue doing their vital work – bringing new knowledge and scientific discoveries to the world.

Find a study that is currently recruiting participants.

Current Clinical Trials

  • QIMR Approval Number
  • Study Details
  • Status
  • Contact
  • Participate
  • P1486
  • Adoptive T-cell immunotherapy for patients with Epstein-Barr virus-associated nasopharyngeal carcinoma
  • open
  • Professor Rajiv Khanna
  • LEARN MORE
  • EC00278
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Clinical Trial
  • open
  • Dr Luca Cocchi
  • LEARN MORE

Current Studies

  • QIMR Approval Number
  • Study Details
  • Status
  • Contact
  • Participate
  • P1339
  • Anorexia Nervosa Genetics Initiative
  • closed
  • Professor Nick Martin
  • LEARN MORE
  • P2118
  • Australian Genetics of Depression Study
  • open
  • Prof Nick Martin/Richard Parker
  • LEARN MORE
  • P3408
  • Australian Genetics of Bipolar Disorder Study
  • open
  • Prof Sarah Medland & Richard Parker
  • LEARN MORE
  • 18/QPCH/293
  • Brain Connectivity Study
  • closed
  • Conor Robinson
  • LEARN MORE
  • P3618
  • COVID-19 Immunity Study
  • open
  • Professor Corey Smith
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  • P3550
  • Eating Disorders Genetics Initiative
  • open
  • Richard Parker, Prof Nick Martin
  • LEARN MORE
  • P3423
  • Genetics of Glaucoma Study
  • open
  • Professor Stuart MacGregor
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  • P2368
  • Genetics of Stuttering Study
  • open
  • Richard Parker
  • LEARN MORE
  • P1515
  • Morning Sickness Study
  • open
  • Professor Sarah Medland
  • LEARN MORE
  • P2193
  • Prospective Imaging Study of Ageing
  • open
  • Professor Nick Martin
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  • P3434
  • QSkin Study
  • closed
  • Prof David Whiteman & A/Prof Catherine Olsen
  • LEARN MORE
  • P990
  • Queensland Twin Registry Study
  • open
  • Professor Nick Martin
  • LEARN MORE

In Australia, you volunteer to participate in medical research knowing that our researchers can find better treatments and cures with your help.

Participating in medical research studies can involve any combination of the following methods: online survey, saliva sample, blood sample, brain scan, and access to medical records. Many studies also require you to have direct experience living with the disease being researched.

We thank you for your generous contribution. By participating you are shaping the future of health.

*All studies and trials are approved by QIMR Berghofer’s Human Research Ethics Committee and you have the right to decide how your samples are used.