Contribute to shaping the future of research studies. Join the Luxembourg Volunteer Database!
The LIH is developing a database for volunteers interested and eager to be involved in future research studies.
Participation in research is an important way to contribute to the advancement of medical knowledge and the development of new treatments and therapies. You can play an active role in shaping the future of healthcare by joining (or encouraging someone to join) the Luxembourg Volunteer Database!
All we require is your name, contact details, date of birth and, if applicable, specific medical or research interests, that can range from cancer, nutrition and physical activity, to immunity and allergies. Everyone over 18 is eligible, regardless of age and health condition. The database will be used exclusively by LIH nurses to contact interested volunteers and provide them with relevant information about the research project in question.
If a study or trial in your area of interest is initiated, the LIH will contact you to see if you are interested in participating. All personal data will be stored under GDPR guidelines and can be deleted upon request at any time.
Contact our team today to join or find out more!
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Before you sign in, make sure that you live in Luxembourg, France, Belgium, or Germany.
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