Volunteer for a Research Study
The Department of Preventive Medicine conducts observational research studies and clinical trials.
- Observational Research studies that collect data and samples from patients in order to examine patterns of disease, risk factors and outcomes over a period of time.
- Clinical Trials studies that test whether a medical or behavioral treatment is safe and effective to use in a particular group of people.
Our studies often lead to discoveries of new and better ways to treat and prevent disease.
We need eligible volunteers for the studies listed below:
For more information, please call our recruitment line at 901-448-8400 or 1-800-916-2606.
SPRINT (Systolic Blood Pressure Intervention Trial)
Are you concerned about your blood pressure? Are you over 50? SPRINT may be the trial for you. This is a 2-arm, trial designed to test whether a treatment program aimed at reducing systolic blood pressure to a lower goal than currently recommended will reduce cardiovascular disease risk in a population aged 50 and older.
If you are interested in this clinical trial, call our recruitment line for more information.
Telephone Support during Overseas Deployment for
Are you the spouse or significant other of a military service member deployed overseas? This study will help you learn ways to manage stress and solve problems related to communication, managing long distance relationships, and other common deployment problems. You may participate in telephone support groups or online education sessions.
For information about new studies, contact our recruitment office at telephone 901-448-8400.
Teresa M. Waters, PhD
66 N. Pauline Street, Suite 633
Memphis, TN 38163
Phone: (901) 448-5900