Interested in Being a Volunteer at the RRAMP Lab?
Volunteering is a great way to get research and clinical experience. There are many active projects and studies that volunteers can help out with at the RRAMP Lab. Our volunteers come from all backgrounds and ways. You do not have to be a physical therapist student or health science major to volunteer. All you need is a desire to help out and learn. There are two ways to volunteer at the RRAMP Lab: Research volunteers and volunteer subjects. Research volunteers are volunteers who assist faculty and staff with the research projects and other ongoing studies at the lab. Volunteer subjects are volunteers who participate in the studies as research subjects.
Volunteering with Research
Click Here: Research Volunteer Form
What's Needed: All volunteers who are assisting with research are required to complete CITI Training and HIPAA Training. Please remember to submit your completed training documentation to lab personnel.
Specific projects or studies may have additional requirements. Please ask the researcher in charge for what is required.
Volunteering as a Volunteer Subject
Click Here: Volunteer Subjects Form