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Participating in research is easy. Through our app on your mobile device or computer you can be invited or self-initiate sign up, the app will keep you updated on progress and provide you with all information and feedback about your participation and submissions. We keep you informed on the impact that your contribution will have.

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Your Research in figures

Do you know how many participants preceded you on the Your Research platform? Here you can find current research projects and those that have finished.

Answers

6423287

Participants

25876

Researchers

259

All research lined up

Looking for a research project to join? We have placed all research projects using Your Research in a handy overview for you to peruse at ease.

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PIAMA-impact

The aim of this research is to learn more about COVID-19 and its impact on...

Research cohort

ePRO

Respiratory infections

Invite only

VGO-impact

The aim of this research is to learn more about COVID-19 and its impact on...

Research cohort

ePRO

Respiratory infections

Invite only

ZIKAction

This study aims to contribute with strategies against infections of the Zika virus to pregnant...

Pregnancy

ePRO

Participating in this research was a no-brainer to me. It is my contribution to make the world a little better”

Participant, female, 39 -

I have been participating in a study for a while now via my tablet. I like that I get a reminder when I have to complete a task”

Participant, male, 59 -

Every time I had blood values measured and submit them through the app, I have gotten a reaction from the researcher. That motivates me enormously to keep doing it”

Participant, female, 46 -

I wanted to know what the impact of colon cancer and its treatment would be on my life, but little is known about this. I therefore find it important that more information is provided about this and that is why I am happy to participate in this study”

Participant, 72, male -