STAR Researchers

The STAR Registry offers

  • Over 1,500 enthusiastic and interested volunteers
  • Searchable fields for demographics and a variety of specific health conditions
  • Standard language and recruitment feasibility for use in grant applications

Additional STAR Registry Benefits

Based on feedback from previous STAR users, STAR is perceived as a useful recruiting method for:

  • Harder to identify or non-disease-based participants
  • Community-based studies
  • Specific conditions or circumstances
  • Participants willing to participate long-term and
  • Committed to research and likely to be retained

STAR Researcher Brochure

Request Forms

  • Complete the brief Subject Request Form, providing basic information about the study and include a copy of the IRB approval letter and stamped Consent Form.
  • Review the STAR Registry Health Questionnaire in order to list all fields to be used for inclusion or exclusion criteria (including gender, age, medical conditions etc.).
  • Principal investigator should review and sign the User Agreement Form

Frequently Asked Researcher Questions


For more information about the STAR Registry, how to utilize the registry, the cost and the data available for searching, please contact:

Laura Temple, MS

STAR Coordinator

Phone: 319-335-7569