Georgia CTSA offers another way to help expedite the pace of translation of healthcare discoveries to patients. ResearchMatch is a national volunteer research registry that brings together researchers and willing volunteers. Developed by the Vanderbilt CTSA, ResearchMatch provides a secure, web-based approach to address a key barrier to advancing research - participant recruitment.

This free matchmaking service is available to any institution affiliated with the Georgia CTSA. This disease-neutral, recruitment tool complements existing participant recruitment strategies and includes nearly 121,000 possible research participants.

Visit ResearchMatch to learn more and consider joining as a volunteer or research investigator.

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