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enroll

verb To register or enter a subject in a clinical trial, at which time the study protocol is applied to the subject.

enroll

, enrol (en-rōl′)
To register or be registered as a participant in a clinical trial, course of study, or insurance plan.
enrollee (-rō-lē′) enroller (-rōl′ĕr) enrollment (-rōl′mĕnt)
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Enroll between April 1-15 for a June 1 effective date
Now all but wealthy seniors will have a strong incentive to leave Medicare and enroll with a health insurance company.
Community-based organizations can participate in Enroll NY or they can simply use the site to educate clients about available programs.
It's not too late for him to honor our commitment to 11,400 of the best and brightest high school seniors, who have worked hard and dreamed of the day they would enroll at a UC or CSU campus.
Regardless of which method the taxpayer enrolls under, the taxpayer, or his payroll service, must still calculate the various tax liabilities.
Planning for college makes a big difference on whether students actually enroll following high school graduation.
EL PASO, Texas -- Only 60 percent of eligible beneficiaries enroll in Medicare Savings Programs1 that can help ease the often overwhelming financial burden of medical costs felt by many El Paso Medicare beneficiaries.
Also, former Arizona State offensive lineman Craig Sweasy is expected to enroll at CSUN, but lax academics will keep the Atascadero High graduate on the sideline for a year.
Study investigators will collectively enroll 20 to 30 patients, between the ages of 18 and 75, who meet the inclusion/exclusion criteria.
We've got this humongous line outside the door where students are trying to enroll,'' said Billy Reed, dean of admissions at Valley College.
SD members do not need to enroll in a stand-alone PDP because their benefit plan includes a comprehensive pharmacy benefit, as well as physician and hospital coverage.
This spring she will enroll in Michigan State University's graduate program with a doctoral fellowship for minorities.