Asthma Research Center at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital

The Asthma Research Center at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital in conjunction with Harvard Medical School and the Partners Asthma Center is dedicated to conducting research that advances the treatment and understanding of asthma.

Our research investigations in asthma are varied. Our goals at the Asthma Research Center include determining how to best use currently available drugs, examining the potential effectiveness of new drugs and therapies, and trying to increase the understanding of the mechanisms of asthma in the hope of developing new therapies.

The Asthma Research Center is also a participant in Asthmanet, previously known as the Asthma Clinical Research Network (ACRN) which is a six center nation wide network sponsored by the National Institutes of Health. The purpose of AsthmaNet is to develop and conduct multiple clinical trials that explore new approaches in treating asthma from childhood through adulthood. The Asthma Research Center runs many studies. These research studies vary in duration and compensation for your time and effort.

View our current studies.

Call us at 617-732-8201 or 1-888-99 ASTHMA or click the link below to get more information or to see if you qualify.

More information on becoming a participant.