Pittsburgh Vaccine Trials Unit
The Pittsburgh Vaccine Trials Unit is open to people of all ages, races, ethnicities and genders. Including diverse populations in clinicals trials is important to ensure that everyone is represented in the research and to help researchers find out if vaccines will work and be safe for everyone. By joining the Pittsburgh Vaccine Trials Unit, you can learn more about vaccine clinical trials in Pittsburgh and you may be asked to participate. Participation in research is always voluntary.
Interested in signing up for the Pittsburgh Vaccine Trials Unit to learn more about vaccine research and COVID-19 clinical trials? Contact the study team directly at VTEU@chp.edu or 412-692-7382 or click the button below to sign up online.
About the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI)
The University of Pittsburgh’s CTSI transforms scientific research and clinical discoveries into modern medical techniques that improve lives. From bench to bedside and everything in between, CTSI creates, supports and encourages opportunities that better the human condition. An integral part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) nationwide network, CTSI provides the support necessary to bridge the gap between innovative approaches to research and effective clinical and public health practice and policy.
Visit the CTSI website to learn more.
Pitt+Me is a program that shares information with the public about research study opportunities at the University of Pittsburgh and UPMC. Pitt+Me is open to children and adults of all ages, healthy or sick, and features hundreds of research studies on a variety of physical and mental health topics.
If you’re interested in COVID-19 research studies for adults and children or learning more about research opportunities at the University of Pittsburgh, enroll in Pitt+Me online or contact us at PittPlusMe@pitt.edu or 1-866-438-8230.