Our Trials

At FluCamp, our goal is to find a cure for the common cold and flu. We run clinical trials to find out how the virus works, how it affects people, and how it can be managed or treated. Our clinical studies run from our centre in London, where we host a range of volunteers who help us develop the future of medicine. Our experts monitor the course of the virus, which is why FluCamp is residential, and our trials are supporting medical developments for future treatments.

We are currently running two trials; our standard clinical trials for the common cold and flu, and common cold trials with asthmatics. Most trials last between 10-14 days and are residential, so volunteers will be quarantined during this time. To find out more about the experience of being a volunteer then head over to our blog pages or read below for more information about the trials we run. You can also watch a quick summary of how our clinical trials work on YouTube.

Our FAQ section covers all of the common queries about FluCamp but if you have any questions then feel free to contact us either via email or call us on 0207 756 1414.

Studies take place in our London centre and require volunteers to be inoculated with a small dose of the study virus. Volunteers are quarantined but are given their own room with plenty of entertainment on hand. Many use the time to study, work or simply relax. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer then you can apply via the website.

Trials With
Asthmatics

Help us find better treatments for the common cold.

If you have asthma, you’ll know how even a common cold can make your condition worse. Volunteer for a FluCamp trial and you’ll be helping us further understand cold viruses so we can develop better treatments for all asthma sufferers.

Our Flu And Common Cold Trials

Our standard clinical trials for people aged 18 to 65.

Our standard clinical trials help us better understand how common cold and flu viruses work, how they affect people, and how they can be treated. By taking part, you are helping advance medical research and aiding the development of better medicines.