Health checks for upcoming study with healthy female volunteers

Are you a a healthy female who might be interested in joining a clinical study in Tokyo? Want to learn about your current physical condition? If so, Medical Volunteer Network invites you to apply for a free health check.

The health check will be conducted at our clinic in the west side of Tokyo, where we are planning to conduct a study with healthy female volunteers in the new year.  Health checks take approximately one hour and will include:

  • Measurement of height/weight
  • Blood test
  • Urine test
  • Vital signs
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • Doctor’s examination

Those who are found to match the requirements for the upcoming study will be invited to one of the screenings this winter. The health check will also be an opportunity for you to check your physical condition and to learn more about our clinic.

If you are already registered, please email us at If not, you must first REGISTER HERE. Our staff will be in touch with more information about health check requirements.

Please be Aware of the Following

  • Everyone who participates in a study (including any screenings) will be asked to present valid photo identification
  • Study cancellations or changes of schedule sometimes occur after you apply or take a screening
  • MVN is not able to respond to all inquiries
  • As mentioned in the MVN Membership Policy you will need to consent to before registering or applying, please understand that our staff will use the name and birthdate you provide to check whether you have participated in any other clinical studies and when the final dosing may have been conducted
  • Applying for multiple clinical studies simultaneously is not permitted. If you are discovered attempting multiple entry, your membership may be annulled.
  • If you are found to have made any false or fraudaulent statements, including those concerning your height/weight, medical history or previous study participation, you may be asked to leave without receiving the cooperation compensation