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This study will assess the immune responses to SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 in three different groups. The body fights infection by producing different types of white blood cells that defend against foreign substances like viruses and bacteria. This process is called an immune response. The immune system responds...

Our Study: Even in medical fields with a long research history of Patient-reported Outcomes (PROs), the use of PROs in routine clinical care is still low. One barrier to the use of PROs in clinical care is determining meaningful PROs that are individualized to each patient....

Effective therapies for COVID-19 are urgently needed. There has yet to be a well-designed, fully-powered, placebo-controlled trial to determine the potential efficacy of these drugs in any stage of COVID-19, yet alone to stop the progression of disease. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID),...

We are looking for individuals who have a diagnosis of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and who also experience anxiety and/or depression. Participating in this study will involve completing an online survey. By completing this survey, you will help us understand about symptoms that individuals with...

The Patient Activation study offers a telephone- or videoconference-based coaching program that is designed for adults aged 50+ with symptoms of mild-to-moderate depression. Patient Activation is delivered by a trained coach who works with you to create personalized goals and action plans designed to improve...

What if we could detect whether or not you’re getting sick just from information you already collect on your smartphone? The University of Washington is recruiting 25,000 volunteers age 19 and older to help us see if information from your smartphone can help us detect flu...

Aging with Pride: IDEA is recruiting adults aged 50 and older with memory loss or other dementia symptoms and their care partners. Either the person with memory loss and/or the care partner needs to be LGBTQ. The participant with memory loss and their care partner...

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