OBJECTIVES/GOALS: The objective of this presentation is to describe different recruitment tools implemented by the Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) to facilitate participant recruitment into research studies. METHODS/STUDY POPULATION: Participant recruitment is critical to the success of all research studies. In the effort of advancing clinical and translational science and to help investigators recruit volunteers for research studies, the University of Miami has two recruitment tools: 1) Consent to Contact (CTC), an opt-in research registry where University of Miami Health System patients are asked for permission to be contacted about studies matching their demographic and/or health profiles; and 2) UMiamiHealthResearch.org (UMHR), implemented with the Michigan CTSA, a community-based registry for volunteers to sign up and be contacted about studies. Study investigators can use these tools once they have obtained IRB approval for their research. RESULTS/ANTICIPATED RESULTS: The CTC was launched in 2016; to date, over 130,000 patients have enrolled in CTC; 69 studies have been approved with over 75,000 patients’contact information released to study teams. UMHR was launched in 2020. To date, the site lists 237 studies. A total of 2,727 portal visitors have expressed interest in participating in specific studies. Study team members were successful in engaging interested participants, and enrolling participants into studies. Overall, teams reported a positive impact on recruitment. Data collection on utilization and satisfaction of these recruitments tools is ongoing. In addition, focus groups of study team members are being conducted to identify best practices for using these tools, and findings will be presented. DISCUSSION/SIGNIFICANCE: The CTC and UMHR recruitment tools have demonstrated positive impact in helping study teams identify potentially eligible research volunteers. The continued promotion of these tools at the University of Miami Health System and in the community will be crucial to the recruitment process and execution of research studies.