BYH Medical Research Information

Welcome to the Clinical Medical Research Homepage

BYH Medical is a resource for information about participating in clinical medical research and clinical medical trials. Browse the site to learn information about upcomming trials and research opportunities.

Individuals can participate or volunteer to join a medical study for research to help to investigate new treatments and to improve current treatments. Study participants may be completely healthy, or they may suffer from a condition that is currently undergoing a medical research trial.

Research for medical treatments can be quite costly to conduct, and much of the research budget goes to paying for labs and materials as well as compensating research participants for their time. Clinical studies participants could be compensated monitarily for their role as a research participant in a research study.

Monitary compensation is usually awarded to participants who complete the study, and may be given in installments if the study is conducted long term. If the study is short term, study participants may be compensated before and after the study is conducted. Willing participants can navigate our resources to learn about studies that will be a match for that individual, depending on health, age, gender, availibilty, and willingness to travel.

Joint Pain Studies

Joint pain affects millions of North Americans.

Clinical research is taking place that can improve the lives of tohose suffering from joint pain and arthritis

Back/Neck Pain Studies

Back pain comes in many forms, and affects nearly every adult at some point in their life

Research studies to understand back pain and improve the lives of sufferers is ongoing. Join a study today.

Foot Pain Studies

Pain in the foot can affect every system in the body.

Foot pain can come by surprise and usually comes in the form of plantar fascitis or heel spurs among other disorders. Find out how you can participate in a research study.

Migraine/Headache Studies

Migraines and headaches can be serious and debilitating.

Head pain can be mysterious and persistant. Chronic head pain is currently being studied, and healthy as well as unhealthy research candidates are needed to complete research studies.