$185 Plasma Donations for Medical Research
in Everett Washington
PlasmaLab International in Everett Washington offers compensated plasma donation programs that support diagnostics and medical research.
All potential donors go through a screening process to determine if their blood antibody levels meet the needs of our affiliate research groups.
Qualified donors in our Allergy, Alpha-Gal Syndrome, Autoimmune Disorder, COVID-19, Eczema, Infectious Disease, and Rare Antibody programs are compensated $185 for each successful plasma donation. For those accepted into our Antibody Plasma Donation Program, all plasma donations take place at our medical center in Everett WA.
Plasma Antibody Research Programs
- Grass Pollen
- Tree Pollen
- Weed Pollen
- Dust Mites
- Animal Dander/Saliva
- Bird Feathers
- Insect Bites/Stings
- Alpha-gal Syndrome
- Alpha-gal Allergy
- Confirmed medical diagnosis through ImmunoCAP testing required
- Antiphospholipid Syndrome
- Crohn’s Disease
- Graves’ Disease
- Hashimoto’s Disease
- Lupus (SLE)
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Sjogren’s Syndrome
- Thyroid Disease
- Severe Eczema in the form of Atopic Dermatitis. Medical diagnosis of disease is needed.
- Red Blood Cell Antibodies:
- Anti-k Cellano
Active, medically diagnosed case:
- Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
- Herpes Simplex
- Mononucleosis (EBV)
- Lyme Disease
- Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Recovered, test-confirmed COVID-19
Am I eligible to Donate Plasma for Medical Research?
We greatly appreciate your desire to participate in our blood plasma donation program to assist with medical and diagnostic research. We are a specialty plasma donation center, specifically recruiting individuals diagnosed with difficult allergies, antibody-mediated autoimmune disease, certain viral and bacterial conditions, and rare red blood cell antibodies.
Each potential donor is screened through antibody blood testing for our program. Acceptance into the program is based on current antibody levels associated with your medical condition. Review of medical records may be requested by our medical director.
At PlasmaLab, we strictly adhere to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and HIPAA regulations. Some experiences, health conditions, or medications may temporarily or permanently prevent persons from donating plasma.
Please review our donation requirements page to determine if any exclusions apply to you. Please ask to speak to a PlasmaLab technician if you have any questions about your eligibility to donate plasma. All plasma donations take place at our medical center in Everett WA.