Dear Research Colleagues,
If you are looking to recruit participants to your IRB-approved research study, we encourage you to submit a request so that we can feature your study in an upcoming newsletter.
To learn more about the administrative tool of the Research Studies website, please register for office hours held on Thursdays or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Dr. Christina Metcalf at the University of Colorado is investigating how early life experiences affect thinking, mood, and stress during the menopause transition.
Teens between the ages of 12-18 who have Autism, Intellectual Disability, and anxiety are eligible for participation. Families will participate in assessments and will either enter the CBT treatment group immediately or within 6-months of joining the study.
Researchers at the University of Colorado are seeking volunteers for an asthma research study to understand how obesity and metabolic syndrome are synergistic in relation to airway nitric oxide (NO) biology. We are looking for volunteers with and without asthma. No BMI requirement.
Female Volunteers (aged 55-75 years) needed for a research study on sex hormone and blood vessel function.
We are recruiting up to 20 adolescents who experience anxiety in social situations and 10 providers who treat adolescents who experience anxiety in social situations to participate in a research study. Participation involves trialing social engagement content on a virtual reality (VR) headset. Participants will be compensated for their time.
We are studying what chronic marijuana smoking does to lung health, comparing those who use marijuana to those who do not.
In this study, we are trying to assess if taking a medication called semaglutide versus a placebo can improve outcomes for patient with type 2 diabetes and kidney disease. Study visits will be held at the Clinical and Translational Research Center (CTRC) at the University of Colorado Hospital Leprino Building.
The research is to investigate bone health in Type 1 Diabetes. Studies indicate that adults with type 1 diabetes have significantly higher rate of hip fracture and hip fracture mortality when compared to adults without Type 1 Diabetes.
Volunteers should be:
Are you interested in new male birth control? We are seeking couples for a male birth control gel study.
Research Admin Communications