Early Access to Research

For participants with advanced disease, clinical trials offer some of the newest options being tested for treatment.

Advancing Medicine

Participants in trials help researchers develop new therapies that advance the war on cancer and other diseases

Cutting Edge Medical Care

Medical care may be covered by your insurance company, the clinical trial sponsor, or be provided as part of the study.

Featured Studies

Find actively recruiting studies that you may be able to participate in or learn about new treatments that are being considered in these areas of investigation.

Cancer

Reducing the burden of cancer through superior clinical care, discovery innovation, translational research, and education

Cardiology & Vascular Biology

Fighting the greatest threats to the Western World, cardiovascular disease, obesity, and diabetes.

Neurology & Neurosciences

Unlocking the mysteries of schizophrenia, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and multiple sclerosis.

Diabetes & Metabolism

Impacting the health and management of pediatric and adult patients struggling with diabetes

Women's Health

For all things related to women.

Interested in Participating?

Volunteers are always needed

If you want to be part of a healthier tomorrow, you may begin by participating in research studies that could help you as well as future generations.

Volunteer Now

Battling Stage III Ovarian Cancer

I’m so grateful that the Cancer Center is here. I’ve been able to be involved in clinical trials here that aren’t available anywhere else. Being a part of these studies has allowed me to have good quality of life along this journey.

Jane Flanders

Patient
Augusta University is committed to the safety and protection of research participants

What should I know before enrolling in a research study?

Before enrolling in a research study, it is a good idea to learn as much as possible about the study and your role as a participant. Ask questions, use resources, such as the Internet, to search for information, and seek advice from family, trusted doctors, clergymen or friends. Speak to the research study team about what will be done and what your rights are as a participant. If you need help understanding what you were told about the research study, ask the investigators and research study team to explain it to you.

Your participation in a research study is completely voluntary, and you may drop out at any time.

What You Need to Know

RESEARCH. INNOVATION. DISCOVERY.