Dear Research Colleagues,
As the February snow hits Colorado, we wanted to take this opportunity and remind colleagues of the Research Studies website. The website was created in partnership with the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and the School of Medicine, featuring studies actively recruiting participants for IRB-approved protocols.
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 Research Studies, please register for office hours held on Thursdays from 12-1 pm. During this time, we will provide tips and guidelines to help increase your study recruitment by utilizing the Research Studies website.
Feel free to email email@example.com if you have any questions.
Recruiting non-diabetic males ages 18-40 that may be overweight or have obesity for a research study on how well the brain responds to hormone signals from the body.
You may be eligible to participate if you have an early or intermediate form of Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD).
Purpose of the study: To gain insight into the causes of AMD and to study biomarkers in the blood marked with AMD.
Seeking volunteers ages 13-18 to study the brain's response to sugar and how it contributes to food intake in adolescents.
We are looking for study participants to determine if progesterone IUDs cause worsening of facial acne. Study participants will send secure photos of their face at weeks 0, 12, and 24 after placing an IUD. Two dermatologists then review the photos using the Global Acne Severity Scale. All participants will receive a $50 Amazon gift card for participating in the study.
To qualify for the study, you must:
We are looking for female participants who:
Healthy adolescent athletes are needed for a research study investigating nutrition in young athletes and relating to the quality of life.
The pharmacogenomics of contraception: genetic determinants of etonogestrel pharmacokinetics.
One visit lasting 30 minutes. The visit includes a questionnaire and a blood draw.
A research study for those struggling to fall asleep due to interfering thoughts.
Are you interested in new male birth control? We are seeking couples for a male birth control gel study.
We recruit up to 75 students, residents, and fellows from CU Anschutz to participate. Participation involves completing mindfulness sessions 3-5 times per week on a virtual reality (VR) headset or a mobile device. Participants will be given a VR headset for the duration of the study and be compensated for their time.
Pregnant moms planning to formula feed needed for a research study!
Your baby's participation involves:
The formula provided for the duration of the study! Compensation is also provided!
Started a birth control pill or planning to? Willing to use a birth control implant too?
Research Admin Communications