5 Ways Research Study Participation Benefits You And Others

Medical discoveries are not possible without volunteers. Research positively impacts the lives of people every day, but research needs YOU. Too many studies end early because there aren’t enough volunteers. If you have a skin condition, see if you qualify for any of the studies currently enrolling at DermResearch.

Participating in a research study offers several benefits. Here are 5 ways that you can make an important impact in the research world and improve your own life, as well as the lives of others.

1/Discovery Of New Treatment Options

Study results could improve treatment options in the future, helping you and others with similar medical conditions.

2/Information Sharing

Information from the study is shared around the world, allowing doctors to learn more about certain conditions in order to provide better care.

3/Condition Improvement/Relief

There is the possibility that the treatment provided during the study may be successful at improving your condition and/or providing relief. At DermResearch, patients that may not otherwise have access to dermatology treatments can have their skin condition assessed by a board-certified dermatologist.

4/Peace Of Mind

Even if a study does not lead to better treatment options the results can confirm that doctors are already doing what is best, giving you peace of mind that you are receiving the best care available.

5/Earn Extra Money

Low on spending money? Joining a study can help you put some extra cash in your pocket! Most research centers offer compensation for time and travel, including DermResearch.

Participate in a Research Study

Austin area residents: are you or someone you know struggling with skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, or rosacea? Participating in a research study provides an opportunity to be involved in the process of discovering new treatments while receiving compensation for time and travel. Inquire about eligibility by calling DermResearch at 512-349-0500 or view our current studies.