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It all starts with you
Enrolling in a clinical trial is much easier than you think. Get paid for participating in one of our trials, while also contributing to the development of new medicines. You will be making a significant difference to the health and well-being of many people in the future.
Giving up your time to help others can be rewarding. As well as getting paid for your time, you will receive a free comprehensive health check as part of your enrollment. You will get to relax amongst a group of like-minded people, while it can also be the perfect place to catch up on your studying.
What our volunteers say about their experience on a clinical trial with us*
With each study, you are given an in-depth information session to make sure you are completely aware of what you are volunteering for.
Some people ask me why I take part in clinical trials and when I explain how my contribution helps to bring new medicines to market, they tell me I’m a silent hero.
Quotient has it all… Excellent staff, fantastic food, a big choice of studies, relaxing conditions, great rewards, did I mention excellent staff and fantastic food?? For those reasons, I will be an active volunteer for Quotient for years to come.
I really do look forward to coming on a trial as I can have some quality ‘me time’ to both relax and study.
It's so lovely spending time with people of all ages - playing table tennis in the open air courtyard, shooting pool in the airy conservatory.
It’s been a real pleasure to do a clinical trial at Quotient, with the friendly staff and great facilities. To sum up, I would highly recommend Quotient Sciences.
I want to give myself a goal and raise money for further research into the illness.
We conduct trials with the highest standards of safety
Volunteer safety is our number one concern. Our trials are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and are approved by an independent Institutional Review Board (IRB). The IRB reviews and monitors clinical research involving people to ensure research is conducted safely and ethically.What are clinical trials?