Are you looking to make a little extra cash this year? Increasing your annual income may be easier than you think. Qualifying individuals have the opportunity to earn money by participating in paid clinical trials in 2023 – and there are several options to consider if you’re interested.
Type 1 Diabetes Study
Overview: Individuals with type 1 diabetes who suffer from severe low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) with impaired awareness may be eligible to participate in a study evaluating the effectiveness of cells producing the hormone that regulates glucose in the blood. The study aims to assess whether one or two doses of the VX-880 Study Product can better regulate blood sugar levels.
Eligibility: Participants must be between the ages of 18 and 65, diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
Study Procedures: The study involves a screening visit up to 90 days before the infusion, an infusion procedure consisting of human stem cell-derived pancreas islets, and a follow-up period of five years.
Compensation: Up to $5,630.
Overview: This research study targets individuals between the ages of 21 and 70 who have experienced a stroke within the past six months. The study aims to understand the use of electrical stimulation of the spinal cord and spinal nerves in restoring arm movement.
Study Procedures: Participants will attend up to 30 in-person visits, including a pre-operative evaluation, outpatient medical procedure, and up to four weeks of testing. Assessments will include questionnaires, MRI scans, and blood draws.
Compensation: Up to $1,500.
Bipolar Disorder Study
Overview: The Atlanta Center for Medical Research is actively seeking adult volunteers to participate in a clinical study focusing on Bipolar I disorder.
Eligibility: Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 75, with a diagnosis of Bipolar I disorder.
Compensation: Up to $4,250 (for qualifying items).
Overview: This research study is open to individuals between the ages of 18 and 60 who have been diagnosed with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder with significant and persistent negative symptoms. The study aims to determine the effectiveness of Cognitive Enhancement Therapy (CET) and Enriched Supportive Therapy (EST) in improving thinking and emotions of individuals with schizophrenia.
Eligibility: Participants must speak and read English, take prescribed antipsychotic medication, and have no history of seizures, head trauma, mental disability, drug, or alcohol abuse.
Study Duration: 18 months at Western Psychiatric Institute Clinic.
Compensation: Up to $825.
Overview: The Atlanta Center for Medical Research is seeking healthy adults to participate in a clinical study on Parkinson’s disease.
Eligibility: Men and women between the ages of 40 and 85, with or without health insurance.
Compensation: Up to $16,244.
Overview: The Atlanta Center for Medical Research is inviting healthy adults to take part in a clinical study focused on postpartum depression.
Eligibility: Women between the ages of 18 to 45.
Compensation: Up to $1,750.