Advance Research
Your participation matters

UM Health Research has 250+ clinical research trials needing participants who are interested in helping to advance medical discoveries.

Currently active studies
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Clinical Research Process

The Clinical Trials Support Office (CTSO) connects Principal Investigators and study teams to Clinical Trials Support Units to provide guidance and resources throughout the research lifecycle.

Learn how the CTSO can help
Featured Studies
The HealthyLifetime© Program

The reason for this HealthyLifetime© Program is to learn about what helps people get healthier and stay healthier during the course of the 4 months of the program.

The Breakfast Study

The Breakfast Study is a 4-month diet trial for adults with type 2 diabetes. Join us to try to improve your health, weight, and glucose control through diet!

Cancer-Related Studies

Rogel Cancer Center clinical trials are research studies that help researchers learn about new ways to prevent, find and treat cancer. The knowledge gained improves the quality of cancer care over time.

Addressing the biggest challenges

Our researchers will continue to search for ways to broaden the impact of translational and clinical research by working together to address the biggest health issues facing us all.

Marschall Runge
U-M executive vice president for medical affairs, dean of the Medical School and CEO of Michigan Medicine