Help End or Slow COVID-19: Join a Clinical Study, Trial, or Registry

Participate in Testing, Treatment, Vaccine Research


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Tests, vaccines, and treatments will help slow and possibly put an end to COVID-19 and the impact it’s had on the world and in our communities. Research, in the form of clinical trials and studies, can help make that happen as quickly as possible. Right now, scientists are working hard to:

  • Understand the virus and how it works in the body
  • Find and test treatments for people who have been infected
  • Prevent the spread of the disease more effectively
  • Identify and test vaccines
  • Assess the effect of the pandemic on people, communities, and society as a whole

Your help is needed to make these studies possible, whether you:

  • Are currently diagnosed with COVID-19 and are being treated in a hospital or recovering at home
  • Work in places that put you at high risk for the virus (for example, first responders and essential workers in grocery stores, pharmacies, nursing homes, hospitals, restaurants, etc.)
  • Have a medical condition that puts you at risk for becoming seriously ill if infected (for example, people with obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, etc.)
  • Are healthy and are at low risk for getting the virus or getting seriously ill if you do (for example, young, otherwise healthy adults)
COVID-19 Clinical Trials Directory

View all COVID-19 clinical trials currently enrolling or about to enroll through Duke investigators.