Get Involved with Research
Allergies, Asthma and Related Diseases
There are numerous opportunities for patients and families to get involved with research including:
- Becoming an patient advisor to a research study
- Participating in focus groups
- Taking a survey
- Participating in a disease registry
- Enrolling as a clinical trial participant
Ongoing opportunities to get involved with research
Current opportunities to get involved with research
Researchers are seeking children ages 6 to 11 years old with mild asthma for a 9-day study to provide feedback on a new electronic asthma symptom diary.
Help NIH researchers investigate allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccines in people with and without allergies.
Asthma researchers are seeking adults and teenagers (13 and older) to participate in the PRECISION asthma study.
Researchers are seeking parents and/or caregivers of children with asthma to take a survey on how pediatric asthma is monitored.
Learn more about a study to address peanut allergies through the daily routine of brushing your teeth.
You’re invited to take part in a survey about how food allergy has affected you or your child and your access to psychological services.
If you are living with chronic asthma, you may be able to contribute to medical research aiming to simplify your asthma treatment routine.
Researchers are seeking healthy adult males and females to participate in a research study for the development of an Epinephrine nasal spray.
Now more than ever, people with asthma and allergies are encouraged to take a whole body approach to their care. This includes maintaining heart health.