Do you have heart failure? Oxford University needs volunteers for trial of medication – £200 reimbursement

We are looking for patients with heart failure who would be interested to help us with research into a potential new drug for heart failure.

The trial aims to provide a scientific explanation of how the medication improves HF related outcomes. We think it might help the heart by enhancing its energy production, and thus improve its function.

Participants are given either the drug or a dummy pill (placebo) to take once a day for 12 weeks. Sophisticated tests, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology before and after 12 weeks of treatment, will be used to assess participants.


We will organise and pay for participant's transport.

We will reimburse you for your time and inconvenience with £200 at the end of the study.

We will provide food and drink.

Date required



Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), Radcliffe Department of Medicine, University of Oxford


Should you be interested please contact Dr. Moritz Hundertmark:

Clinical Trial Registration Details NCT03332212

REC: 17/SC/0262