Help others through research

By contributing to medical research, you can help accelerate the future of personalised medicine.

Live research opportunities

With your contribution, researchers can take the next steps towards developing personalised treatments. We run regular research opportunities with our world-leading partners in condition areas including COVID-19, ulcerative colitis, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.

APOLLOE4: Early Alzheimer's disease study

09 Nov 2021 - 31 Mar 2022

Goal: The goal of this study is to help develop a potential new drug treatment for Alzheimer's disease (AD).

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Long COVID - GOLD study

Condition area: COVID-19

05 Jul 2021 - 05 Jul 2022

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Goal: To help researchers understand if genetics impact Long COVID symptoms and recovery through the analysis of genetic data

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G2019S LRRK2 Parkinson’s Disease: Increasing Awareness and Genetic Testing Program

Condition area: Parkinson’s disease

08 Jun 2021 - 08 Jun 2022

Free DNA test

Goal: To support the development of a precision medicine intended to treat patients with a genetic form of Parkinson’s disease

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The Genetics of Autism

30 Dec 2018 - 31 Dec 2025

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Goal: To understand the genetics underlying autism using tests developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge

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We work with world-class research partners

Our trusted partners include some of the best research organisations in the world. We work with them to bring you the latest opportunities to participate in cutting-edge research.

Imperial College London
University of Cambridge
University of Liverpool
University of Manchester

What do you get?

Personalised health insights

Learn about yourself on a new level. A free DNA Test is part of many of our studies, or you can upload existing DNA data and explore your Personal DNA Reports now.

Relevant information and updates

We’ll send you regular updates and information about new opportunities to take part in research - direct to your inbox.

Data control

Your data is uniquely yours - you control which researchers get to see it, and can change this or delete your data at any time.