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We wish you all a healthy, happy and safe holiday season. We're looking forward to more issues in 2022.
You may be eligible to participate in a study of a drug being developed to stop long-term injury to your lungs caused by COVID-19.
Veterans are needed for a research study that aims to learn more about how men and women differ in the way their brains respond to food and hunger. It also plans to learn more about how hormones and the menstrual cycle affect these responses.
Young men ages 18-35 with type two diabetes needed for research on the effect of uric acid in the body before and after an infusion of a uric acid lowering medication.
Seeking volunteers age 13-18 to study the brain's response to sugar and how it contributes to food intake in adolescents.
Participation will include taking one pack of birth control pills, containing both desogestrel and ethinyl estradiol.
The ACTIVE Research Lab is looking for women with Type 2 Diabetes who may be interested in participating in a research study to understand the health effects of the time we spend sitting.
This study is being done to look at the safety, tolerability, and effectiveness of the Nexplanon implant beyond 3 years usage in preventing pregnancy. We are also interested in how extending its usage beyond the current FDA approval of 3 years affects the menstrual cycle and whether complications arise once it is removed.
Research Admin Communications