Real-World Data Study

About this study

Adaptive Biotechnologies has developed clinical tests intended to identify an immune response to a given disease. This study aims to provide real-world data to evaluate and improve clinically available T-Detect™ COVID tests based on your and others’ health information, to enable future diagnostic and therapeutic research and development.

What to expect with participation

  1. When ordering T-Detect COVID, opt-in to contribute to Adaptive’s ongoing T cell-based research.
  2. Read the consent form and decide whether you want to participate in the study. If you do, complete a quick survey to see if you meet the eligibility requirements for the study.

If you qualify, you’ll take an online questionnaire. This electronic questionnaire will be administered during the study to collect demographic data, information relating to your suspected condition and relevant medical facts such as medication and other health conditions. All information provided will be de-identified in accordance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) standards. You’ll receive a $50 gift card for completing the questionnaire.

I have additional questions. Who can I contact?

Please email the study staff at clinicaloperations@adaptivebiotech.com. Please visit our FAQs to find further contacts, including the study coordinator, the study doctor and the Western Institutional Review Board, an independent research reviewer.

Frequently asked questions

What is the purpose of this study?

Adaptive has developed clinical tests intended to identify an immune response to a given disease. The goal of this study is to provide real-world data to evaluate and improve clinically available T-DetectTM tests based on your health information, as well as to provide data for future T-Detect tests.

Risks and Benefits

What are the potential risks and discomforts involved in this study?

The main risk is that your privacy could be violated. We will do our best to protect your information from going to people who should not have it, including by removing information that could be used easily to identify you. The risk that your identifiable information or identifiable biospecimen will go to someone who should not get it is very small.