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Study 10314

BioKinetic are currently recruiting healthy male and female volunteers aged 18 to 55 years to take part in a research study. The study will involve staying in the clinic for one period of three nights followed by 6 return visits including a post-study physical

Age 18-55
Sex Male and Female
Date 08 June - 29 September 2015
Payment on completion Up to £1,500

Study 13211

BioKinetic are currently recruiting healthy female volunteers aged 18 to 40 years to take part in a research study. The study will involve staying in the clinic for one period of approximately 8 hours. If you receive two doses of vaccine, the second will be 4 weeks after the first and you will have to stay in the clinic for 4 hours after receiving the vaccine. You will be asked to return on 7 separate occasions and a post-study physical.

Age 18 - 40
Sex Female
Date 05 May - 17 December 2015
Payment on completion £1000

Study 13214

BioKinetic are currently recruiting healthy male and female volunteers aged 18 to 55 years to take part in a research study. The study will involve staying in the clinic for one period of up to nine days. You will be asked to return on 9 separate occasions including a post-study physical.

Age 18-55
Sex Male and Female
Date 13 June - 23 August 2015
Payment on completion Up to £2,500

“I work in Belfast city centre and was able to fit study visits around my work and family schedule. The company was really accommodating and the whole process couldn't have been smoother.”


Julia, 31

“I took part in a trial at BioKinetic during a brief spell of unemployment. It was great to be paid for my time and have the feel-good factor of contributing to medical research.”


Gareth, 47

“I had some spare time on my hands during university summer holidays and heard a radio ad about clinical trials. At first I was a bit hesitant because it was all new to me but the staff at BioKinetic were really friendly and made me feel totally at ease the whole time I was in the clinic.”


Emma, 19

“I had registered to take part in trials years ago but never found one that was suitable. I decided I had enough free time to make this one work and wanted to doing something rewarding. Definitely plan to do another one soon!”


Neal, 29

“I took early retirement last year and wasn't aware of the great need for clinical trial volunteers in Northern Ireland. The study I took part in was in a therapeutic area that was close to my family's heart. Hopefully in some small way, I've been able to help the brains behind new medicines in their attempt at finding a new treatment.”


Rosemary, 54

“After finishing uni, my friend told me I should volunteer. The clinic stay was really relaxing and the food was surprisingly good!”


Sean, 24

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