Find a Clinical Trial
Rutgers supports nearly 300 clinical trials at any given time, and the Rutgers Institute for Translational Medicine and Science is your gateway to all of these statewide clinical trials. The Institute through the use of ResearchMatch provides information about these trials and once informed, the opportunity to enroll in them.
For patients, participating in a clinical trial may enable you to play a more active role in your own health care, gain access to new research treatments before they are widely available, and help others by contributing to medical research. If you are an individual interested in participating in a clinical trial, you may use the search below to identify trials you may be eligible to participate in or you may enroll in ResearchMatch for help in identifying trials you are eligible to participate in.
Search results are from the ClinicalTrials.gov database of the U.S. National Institutes of Health. ClinicalTrials.gov is a public registry of federally and privately supported clinical trials conducted in the United States and around the world. This registry provides patients, family members and health care professionals information about clinical trials for a wide range of diseases and conditions.
To Use This Search
Please type in the condition or disease in which you are interested in and hit “Search.” The results will open in a new window. Please note, this new window will show your results from the ClinicalTrials.gov website. For each clinical trial listed, simply click on the study title for additional trial information. Click here for a glossary of words and terms you may encounter when reading your search results.
Search for open clinical trials in Northern New Jersey.
Search for open clinical trials in Central New Jersey.
If you have found a Rutgers’ clinical trial that interests you, you can get more information by going to ResearchMatch or by contacting the Rutgers’ ResearchMatch at email@example.com.
Discover below more about some of the current clinical trials under way at Rutgers.
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Clinical Trials
The medical school’s mission includes the support, advancement, and promotion of clinical and translational research enterprises. Learn more about the clinical trial process, view clinical researcher profiles, as well as search for active trials for a condition of interest to you.
To learn more about clinical trials at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
Cancer Institute of New Jersey Clinical Trials
Cancer Institute of New Jersey offers patients access to treatment options not available at other institutions within the state. Committed to improving the current knowledge and promoting overall reductions in cancer incidence, the institute currently enrolls more than 3,000 patients in clinical trials annually. Its network combines the strengths and skills of the state’s expert providers to improve the progress of research, education, and cancer prevention throughout the state.
To learn more about clinical trials at Cancer Institute of New Jersey including a searchable database of available clinical trials for cancer.
Barnabas Health Heart Centers
The Barnabas Health Heart Centers participate in more clinical research trials than any other cardiac program in New Jersey. The cardiovascular research team participates in industry sponsored and investigator initiated research projects in a variety of subspecialties including diagnostic, invasive and non-invasive cardiology; electrophysiology; heart failure management; as well as cardiothoracic surgery and cardiac transplant. The team works closely to incorporate research findings into the comprehensive care to improve patient outcomes.
To learn more about clinical trials at the Barnabas Health Heart Centers or contact the Cardiac Research Team at 973-926-8451.
Rutgers Institute for Translational Medicine and Science
Clinical trials are research studies that require the participation of both patients and healthy volunteers. Ultimately, clinical studies expand the treatment options of patients by providing access to the most promising therapies and advanced technologies. Today’s standard treatments are only possible because of knowledge gained from past clinical trials.
To learn more about clinical trials at the Rutgers Institute for Translational Medicine and Science.