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
Current opportunities to get involved with research
Asthma Patient and Caregiver Virtual Focus Group
People living with moderate to severe uncontrolled asthma can share their experiences with the condition. Participants will receive an honorarium.
Chronic Cough: Perspectives from a Patient and Healthcare Provider
Sponsored by Merck Coughing is normally a reflex your body uses to protect your airway when it’s irritated from things like excessive mucus, harmful irritants or other substances we can breathe in. In some people, that reflex may become disordered, leading to a...
Join a virtual research study for teens and young adults with asthma from anywhere in the U.S.
A new study examines whether regular telehealth appointments with a pharmacist will help teens and young adults with asthma.
Clinical Trial Investigating an Oral Pill for Peanut Allergy
A 3-month study is investigating an oral pill which could prevent severe allergic reactions in people with peanut allergy.
Seeking Volunteers with Asthma for Paid Clinical Trial
You or your child can help test a new budesonide/albuterol combo inhaler for relief of asthma symptoms and inflammation.
Achieving Equity in Asthma Care: Opportunities and Actions for Change
Healthcare professionals: Watch a video to hear from leading clinical experts on providing inclusive asthma care.
Ongoing opportunities to get involved with research
Asthma Patient Powered Research Network
(formerly Asthma 360)
Help End Asthma – a lung disease that affects more than 25 million Americans.
See Related Pages
- Patient Focused Drug Development (PFDD)
- Our Research
- Allergy and Asthma Research – Published Literature
- Allergy and Asthma Research Projects and Partnerships
- Get Involved with Research for Allergy, Asthma, and Related Diseases
- Asthma Registry