Refer A Friend Program

Have you ever dreamed of being a superhero?

At Helios, we meet superheroes every day. Our superheroes know their participation in research means more healthy days for the future. 

So how do you become a superhero?

Welcome to the Helios Heroes Referral Program, where you can become a hero not just in your own research journey, but in the lives of your friends as well. We believe in the power of connections and the pursuit of knowledge, and we want to reward your efforts for bringing friend into our research community.

How it works:

1. Refer a Friend:

Share the joy of discovery with your friends, colleagues, classmates, or anyone you think would enjoy the feeling of pride with selfless service through research participation. 

2. Friend Joins a Study:

When your referred friend successfully joins one of our studies, you become eligible for $25.00 in compensation as a token of our appreciation, it’s that simple!

Have a friend in mind?

Ready to refer-a-friend? Fill out the form below. We’ll send an email to both you and your friend about clinical research studies. The referred friend is NOT opted-in to receive any other communications from Helios outside of the alert you initiate. 

Terms and Conditions:

  • To be eligible for rewards, referred friends must successfully enroll and actively participate in one of our research studies. 
  • For every friend referred that joins a study, you are compensated $25.00 for your referral
  • Referred friend cannot have previously participated in a study at any Helios clinic. 
  • The Hero that has referred the most successful referrals in a year will be featured in our “Hall of Heroes” and receive a certificate for heroic efforts impacting a global society. 
  • The Helios Heroes Referral Program may be modified at any time. 
  • The referred friend is NOT opte-din to receive any other communications from helios outside of the alert that you initiate. 

This program has been approved by an IRB, or Institutional Review Board, that monitors biomedical research involving human participants in accordance with FDA regulations.