Research subjects wanted
Would you like to participate in our clinical research projects as a research subject/trial subject? Your participation will contribute to progress in research, which can also result in new or more effective treatments in the healthcare system.
Payments to participants may be delayed
Remunerations to to participants in research projects and clinical trials have not been possible to manage, as our payment system has been down due to an IT-attack. The system is now up and running, and we will process these payouts as soon as possible.
Would you like to participate in our research projects?
Research subjects – meet some of the volunteers
Each year hundreds of thousands of people take part in studies as research subjects. They answer questions about their lifestyles, provide blood samples, test new drugs, and so on. Medical research is entirely dependent on the contributions these healthy volunteers and patients make.
Stockholm's clinical research scores high in societal and patient benefit
Region Stockholm has been given a high-quality rating by the Swedish Research Council in its evaluation of the quality of clinical research and how it is transformed into patient and societal benefit. The evaluation is important for the distribution of governmental funds.
The Swedish Twin Registry
The Swedish Twin Registry is the largest of its kind and is based at Karolinska Institutet. The Registry was established in the 1960s and contains information about some 87 000 twin pairs.
Human biosamples in KI Biobank
KI Biobank have some 500 000 human biological samples in their freezers for use in future research projects. Find out more about becoming a donor yourself.