Our Process: 

The Black Health Care Coalition has a committee of physicians, patients and medical professionals that screen every trial and each trial recruitment initiative is approved by the Black Health Care Coalition board of directors. 

The Black Research Institute is most interested in trials that: 


  • Prevent chronic illness that disproportionately impacts African Americans 
  • Reduces barriers to health care 
  • Improves treatment of chronic illnesses on the focus list
  • Have African American researchers listed as Principal Investigators 
  • All trials must be connected to Academic Researcher/University with credible hospital association 
  • All trials must have minority participation goals reflective of US population
  • All trials must be approved and listed with the National Institutes of Health 

Approved Studies: 


Chronic Illness Focus: Alzheimer's 


The Bio-Hermes research study seeks volunteers with or without memory concerns to help identify blood or digital tests that could help predict the presence of amyloid plaques in the brain.


Research Partner: Kansas University Alzheimer's Disease Center  

Black Research Institute Purpose:

The Black Health Care Coalition recognizes the importance of increasing diversity in clinical trials. Clinical trials impact treatments and prevention for chronic illness that disproportionately impacts the African American community. 

Black Research Institute 
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Chronic Illness Focus: 

  • Alzheimer's 
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Childhood Asthma
  • Depression
  • Diabetes 
  • Hypertension
  • Obesity