Take part in research

Find clinical trials!

Are you research ready? Use the tools below to search for clinical trials and find condition-specific trial information!

Be part of research

In the UK, over a million people take part in studies and trials each year. A subset of these people participate in studies and trials in IMDs, thereby furthering knowledge about IMDs and potential treatment options.  

Find out about health and social care research taking place in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. 

FindMeCure

Check out FindMeCure, a platform that aims to connect people with clinical trials to ensure innovative treatments can reach patients sooner.

Click the button below to visit FindMeCure:

Use ClinicalTrials.Gov

Visit ClinicalTrials.Gov which is a registry of clinical trials. It is run by the United States National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health, and holds registrations from over 444,000 trials from 221 countries.

Click the button below to visit the ClinicalTrials.Gov

Condition specific trial information

Are you research ready? Use the tools below to search for clinical trials and find condition-specific trial information!

Interested in research for ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency?

We have collated all information shared with us on a web page that we’ll keep updated to keep you in the loop.

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Other ways to get involved

There’s more to research than just clinical trials! Below are links to pages containing any ongoing MSUK led research and another for other opportunities we think our IMD community would like to be involved with.

Research from Metabolic Support UK

Get involved with research from Metabolic Support UK (MSUK)! Taking part means that we can better support you and others living with inherited metabolic disorders. 

Check back soon for our research!

Other research

We’ve created a space in which we can share opportunities to engage in other research opportunities. These may be student-led projects, general surveys or other areas that may interest you.

Check back soon for other research!

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