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We are conducting the study to learn more about the physical and mental effects of infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), aging, substance use and the possible effects of antiretroviral medications (ARVs). Participation in the study may or may not benefit you directly, but may...

The IMAGINE Study aims to understand how digital peer support groups can improve health and emotional well-being for perinatal individuals. We are recruiting participants for interviews and focus groups to gain insight into the design and implementation of this intervention. Participants will participate via Zoom in...

The purpose of the study is to gain a deeper understanding of how bacteria cause bleeding gums (gingivitis). Gingivitis is the result of normal dental plaque accumulation, however, gingivitis is easily reversed by cleaning away the dental plaque. The study will evaluate the effects of...

Researchers at Cleveland State University are interested in understanding how individuals who purposely hurt themselves without the intent to die regulate their emotions in daily life. This study involves completing online questionnaires, interviews via videoconferencing or phone, and responding to brief surveys on your cell phone...

Goal: We are trying to learn if there are changes in the brain in children and teens with type 2 diabetes. If you decide to take part in this 2-hour study, you would complete: 1. Questionnaires 2. A fasting blood draw 3. Body measurements including a DXA Scan 4. Brain...

We are a research team from the Human Centered Design & Engineering department at the University of Washington. We are conducting interviews for a research study to understand experiences engaging in mental health care services (e.g., psychotherapy, counseling, psychiatric medication consultations, etc.). We would like...

This study is testing an investigational drug called frexalimab in adolescents and adults age 12-35 years old with newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes who are on insulin therapy (adults age 18-35 will be enrolled first, followed by 12 to 21-year-olds later in the study). You will...

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