Our Resources for the Community
The UR CTSI is dedicated to fostering research that improves the health of our community and beyond. We employ and teach models of community engagement that encourages members of the university to conduct research in partnership with individuals and organizations in our local community — ensuring our research truly meets the community’s needs.
Learn More About Health Research and Volunteer for a Study
On the UR Health Research website, you can find answers to your questions about health research, find studies that are currently enrolling volunteers, and add your name to health research registries to be notified of volunteer opportunities in the future.
UR Health Research
Already volunteering for a study in our Clinical Research Center? Here’s some information on how to find us, who you’ll be working with, and what to expect during your visit or stay.
Participating in Research
Learn About our Community Health Efforts and Become a Community Partner
The UR CTSI partners closely with the Center for Community Health and Prevention, which aims to join forces with the community to promote health equity; improve health through research, education, services, and policy; and establish local and national models for prevention and community engagement.
Center for Community Health & Prevention
Part of the Deaf community? The UR CTSI’s National Center for Deaf Health Research runs several community health programs and offers Deaf community members opportunities to participate in health research.
National Center for Deaf Health Research