FIND A CLINICAL TRIAL
In an ideal world you would not have to actively seek a clinical trial, relevant clinical trials would find you. However, this is often not the case.
The aim of this website is to assist individuals and clinical trials to find each other.
This website does not have all Australian clinical trials listed, however over time it is expected the list will grow. The website is a step in the right direction.
Good luck and thank you for supporting the Australian Clinical Trials Website.
Why Join A Clinical Trial?
Clinical trials are required to test whether medicines, devices and therapies (or their combination or application) are effective and safe for human use.
Participation in clinical trials varies from healthy volunteers to people with mild to severe illness or even chronic life threatening disease.
Naturally, reasons why individual people participate in clinical trials vary from supporting the greater good to the hope of receiving the latest treatments or improved standard of care.
Clinical trials are essential to drive medical advances.
Frequently Asked Questions
Deep Brain Stimulation for Patients with Treatment-Resistant Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Identifying electrophysiological biomarkers
Researchers at QBI are looking for participants diagnosed with treatment-resistant Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). If you are you between 18 and 70 years of age and live within reasonable travelling distance to Brisbane, you may be eligible to participate in a study designed to alleviate the symptoms of severe treatment-resistant-OCD through the use of deep brain…
ARE YOU SHY? Do you get anxious in front of others? Do you feel embarrassed if you have to give a speech or perform at a public function? Do you avoid meeting new people, going to parties, or dating? Is it difficult to eat, drink, or write while others may be watching you? If so,…
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with cluster headaches, a clinical research study may be an option. Wesley Medical Research are looking for people who are 18 to 70 years old and have been diagnosed with cluster headaches for at least 12 months. If you qualify and take part, you may…
An NHMRC funded clinical trial investigating the effects of a herbal medicine extract called Kava for individuals with Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD). The KGAD study is an 18-week, double blind, placebo study, currently recruiting adults between the ages of 18-70 at our Melbourne (Swinburne University Hawthorn campus) and Brisbane (University of Queensland, Royal Brisbane and…