JHSPH Center for Immunization Research - Adult Studies: Pre-Screen Survey
Thank you for your interest in adult studies at the Johns Hopkins Center for Immunization Research (CIR). Please read all the following information before beginning the survey. Completing the survey may take about 15 minutes.
Background Information about the Screening Study: This study screens volunteers to see if they may be eligible to join a CIR vaccine, treatment, or challenge study. People who successfully complete the screening study may join our vaccine, treatment, and challenge studies.
Participation in the Screening Study: If you join the screening study, we will evaluate your general health and let you know if you may be a good candidate for a research study. To be able to join one of our studies you must be healthy and meet study specific criteria. Screening procedures include:
- Pre-screen questions about your personal health
- An informed consent process to discuss information and expectations.
- One or more in-person screen visit(s) which may total approximately 2 to 4 hours.
- A review of your current and past health conditions
- Blood and urine samples for research and safety laboratory tests. Additional samples (i.e. stool, nasal secretions, saliva) may be collected
- A physical exam including vitals (height, weight, blood pressure, heart rate, breathing rate).
Compensation: There is no compensation for this screening process. A parking pass or bus/subway tokens may be provided for in-person visits. There may be compensation if enrolled in upcoming vaccine research studies.
The first step is to complete the pre-screen survey below. If you would like more information before proceeding or wish to complete the pre-screen by telephone, please send us an email at JHSPH.firstname.lastname@example.org with your phone number and a convenient time to contact you, complete the CIR Contact Form or call us at (410) 955-7283. If you don't reach a recruiter right away, please leave a message with your name, phone number, and a good time to reach you. You may also visit our website at https://centerforimmunizationresearch.org/.