Take part in clinical research
Clinical research is medical research involving people. There are two main types, clinical trials (also called interventional trials) and observational studies.
- A clinical trial tests an intervention/treatment e.g. a potential drug, medical device, behavioural intervention or procedure in people. They are the primary way that researchers find out if a new treatment, is more effective and/or safer in people than the standard treatment available.
- In an observational study, researchers observe participants on their current treatment plan and track health outcomes.
All studies advertised have UK ethical approval and have been assessed for their suitability against Crohn’s & Colitis UK’s 5-year research strategy. If you are interested in taking part in any of the studies listed below, we advise you to discuss this with your Healthcare Professional.
PREdiCCt: The prognostic effect of environmental factors in Crohn’s and Colitis
Researchers based in Edinburgh are looking for people to take part in a UK wide study looking to increase understanding of how environmental factors,...
Exploring the experience of family planning in women with Crohn’s or Colitis and their partners
Researchers at The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust are looking for female patients with Crohn's or Colitis who are of childbearing age and who either ...
Researchers at Oxford University are looking for adults with Crohn's or Colitis to share their experiences of sexuality.
MAP Vaccine Phase 1 Trial
Researchers at the Jenner Institute, Oxford, are recruiting to a phase one clinical trial to assess the new Mycobacterium avium paratuberculosis (MAP) vaccines, ChAdOx2...
Trial of personalised therapy for newly diagnosed Crohn’s disease patients
Researchers in Cambridge are looking for newly diagnosed Crohn's disease patients from across the UK for a trial of personalised therapy.
Exploring the impact of a diagnosis of ‘dysplasia’ in IBD patients
Researchers at St Mark’s Hospital and Academic Institute are looking for patients to take part in a study looking at patient decision-making...
The Genomic Basis of IBD in Ireland
Researchers at the Clinical Translational Research and Innovation Centre (C-TRIC) based on the Altnagelvin Hosptial Site are looking for people to take part in an...