Everyone can help improve healthcare.
Always wanted to contribute to health research, but didn't know how? With Data4Life, you can easily and securely participate in digital studies.
For the good of others
By joining one of our studies at Data4Life, you can do something good for other people while also benefiting your own health and quality of life.Jump to our studies
Our digital solutions make study participation easy. Now you can join a study and make a difference from the comfort of your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
As a nonprofit organization, Data4Life can focus entirely on helping other people. Your data is never sold to third parties and will only be used for approved research purposes.
Security comes first
Data protection and security are our top priority. We make sure you can contribute to research without compromising your privacy.
How does participating in studies help?
We all know someone living with a disease. Someday it might even be a friend or family member. Supporting research now can help make sure our loved ones get the best medical care available.
Researchers need more data from a diverse group of people to gain new insights. Often just answering a few digital questions is enough to help researchers improve the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases.
Join a study
Together with our partners, Data4Life conducts digital studies to gain new insights and improve healthcare. Here you’ll find an overview of current studies open to new participants.
Data4Life has organized the "COVID-19 study on vaccinated and unvaccinated adults," or eCOV study for short, to better understand the impact of coronavirus vaccines. If you are over 18 years old, you can participate in the study, regardless of whether or not you have had COVID-19 or been vaccinated.
CRONOS+ is a digital study for pregnant women conducted in cooperation with the German Society for Perinatal Medicine (DGPM). We ask questions throughout the pregnancy to learn more about how COVID-19 affects the health of pregnant women and their unborn children.