Clinical Trials at OU Health

Clinical trials – special research that involves people like you – give physicians and scientists the opportunity to evaluate whether new drugs and therapies can safely and effectively treat diseases.

Improving Healthcare Through Scientific Research

When you choose OU Health to provide healthcare for yourself and your family, you gain access to the latest advances in care – often as a result of clinical trials – before such treatments become widely available. Clinical trials, an integral part of the OU Health mission to improve healthcare for all Oklahomans and residents of our region, also help ensure you and your loved ones receive the highest standard of care.

Nationally Recognized Clinical Trials

Take advantage of a wide range of clinical trials available through OU Health and our academic partner, the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.

Cancer Clinical Trials

At OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center, Oklahoma’s only National Cancer Institute (NCI)-Designated Cancer Center, you’ll join hundreds of others enrolled in clinical trials each year and gain access to the newest early-stage investigational drugs available through the states only Phase I clinical trials program.

Diabetes Clinical Trials

OU Health Harold Hamm Diabetes Center offers a wide range of clinical trials and a volunteer registry open to anyone interested in joining clinical trials for issues related to diabetes. Even if you don’t have the condition, your participation as a volunteer can help researchers better understand the disease.

Explore diabetes clinical trials at Harold Hamm Diabetes Center and learn how you can join the Volunteer Registry for Clinical Research.

Your Participation Benefits Everyone

At OU Health, you’ll find many other clinical trials in areas ranging from cardiology and pediatrics to physical therapy and more. When you choose to participate in a clinical trial, you receive innovative treatments for your own health condition and you also help researchers make discoveries that allow future generations to live healthier lives.

Learn the basics about clinical trials from the National Institutes of Health.

Search all areas of health for clinical trials through the National Institutes of Health database.