The Research Study Volunteer
Program, RSVP for Health, is a registry where individuals
interested in clinical research (sometimes called clinical
trials) can register to receive information about research
studies. All medical advances arise out of a partnership
between physician scientists studying ways to improve
health and lessen the burden of disease, and the patient
or volunteer without whom medical progress would cease.
Physicians at the Brigham and Women’s
Hospital (BWH) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH),
two of Harvard Medical School’s most prestigious
teaching hospitals, conduct hundreds of important clinical
studies in virtually every therapeutic area. The RSVP
for Health registry allows us to keep you up-to-date about
clinical studies of interest you.
to learn about how the information you provide will be
Click here to
learn about removing your name from the RSVP, or to modify
the information previously entered in your profile.
to find a Massachusetts General Hospital doctor, click
to find a Brigham and Women's Hospital doctor.