• Volunteer

    Take part in research and help us improve the lives of patients.
  • Sponsor

    Are you interested in running early phase clinical trials?

About Us

NIHR Liverpool Clinical Research Facility

Opened in 2009, providing state of the art purpose built facilities, embedded within the Royal Liverpool Hospital which also provides specialist equipment, 24 hour emergency coverage and access to ITU, the CRF offers a safe and regulated environment to perform clinical research trials to the highest possible standards.

  • An MHRA Standard and Supplementary Phase 1 Accredited Site
  • Chairman’s Award for Outstanding Performance & Team Work 2011 Winner
  • Chief Executive Award 2013 Nominee
  • Respiratory Team won Chief Executive Award 2016 Winner

Become a Volunteer

Register to Take Part

Register your interest in becoming a potential volunteer for clinical trials at the CRU or find more information about consenting for registration with us.


Want to take part? Trials are available right now for you to participate in!VIEW CURRENT TRIALS

Why Volunteer?

By Participating in a Clinical Trial, You Contribute to Improving People's Lifes Around The World!

Volunteers who have taken part in clinical trials with us have various reasons for participating. In our experience, both healthy volunteers and those living with medical conditions are keen to help advance medications and treatment for future generations and many enjoy the perks of being closely monitored throughout the duration of the study. So while you relax in our comfortable facilities, catch up on sleep, or enjoy our entertainment facilities, you might help us find a new treatment for a disease.
We will make your involvement as simple as possible and depending on the study you may be reimbursed for time and inconvenience!


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Fast and Simple

Join the Consent 4 Consent Database

If you’re aged over 18, you can register your interest to take part by joining the Consent 4 Consent database. By enrolling on the database, you are giving permission for your contact details to be held and researchers are able to contact you when trials become available. Registering with the database does not commit you to take part in any trial; it merely allows you to find out about potential opportunities for you to get involved.