Blood Pressure Study at BWH

Official Name of the Study: Blood Pressure Study

Medical Field: Blood Pressure

Purpose of Blood Pressure Study 

In this 14 week study, blood pressure medication will be evaluated by blood testing and ultrasound of the heart.

Blood Pressure Study Details

Study Start Date:02/01/2015
Study Completion Date: 02/28/2015

  • Receive up to $900 upon completion of the study

Ages Eligible for Study: 18-65 years old
Genders Eligible for Study: All


  • No Diabetes
  • Do not have any serious medical condition

Contacts and Locations

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You can participant at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH)

About the Research Facility

Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) serves as a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. Its internationally recognized research program plays a key role in BWH’s foundation. Researchers at the Boston-based hospital are continually making major breakthroughs in heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease and many other serious conditions. Brigham and Women’s Hospital operates two hospitals and more than 150 outpatient practices. Its reach is wide, serving patients throughout the United States and beyond. A world-renowned medical center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital is consistently ranked among the top hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report. In addition to delivering outstanding patient care and teaching excellence, Brigham and Women’s Hospital invests heavily in research. This initiative includes over 3,300 researchers and three Nobel laureates. In fact, Brigham and Women’s Hospital is ranked second for NIH (National Institutes of Health) funding among U.S. independent hospitals. Brigham and Women’s Hospital also features the Biomedical Research Institute (BRI), which encompasses disease-focused research, as well as multiple technology-based programs. BRI’s mission is to accelerate scientific discovery through groundbreaking research.