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We are recruiting Seattle-area adults to test whether two drugs, liraglutide and golimumab, can temporarily “wake-up” beta-cells in type 1 diabetes patients with longstanding diabetes. Participant Eligibility You may be eligible if you: • were diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at least three years ago • are age 18 through 50 • live...

The purpose of the study is to learn more about the development of gestational diabetes. Participant Eligibility Pregnant with singleton Aged 18-40 Plan to deliver at UW No history of bariatric surgery Able to have MRI No anti-glycemic medications Contact Suchi Chandrasekaran, MD (206) 670-1268 [box] Additional Study Details Full Study Title Hypothalamic Gliosis, Visceral Fat Mass and Gestational...

  The Prevention of Urinary Stones with Hydration (PUSH) is a two arm randomized controlled trial of adaptable behavioral interventions to increase fluid intake, and remote monitoring of fluid intake through a “smart” water bottle. The study follow-up period is 24 months. Participants in the intervention...

This study examines how cannabis use affects processes related to recovery from chronic posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Half the participants will be individuals with chronic PTSD and heavy cannabis use and half will be individuals with chronic PTSD and no cannabis use. This study will...

Volunteers Needed for Blood Product Collections Bloodworks is currently seeking volunteers for blood donations for research. The purpose of the study is to collect normal adult blood for use in research or reagent for production of engineered cells to treat patients with cancer. We do this...

The Motor Speech and Cognitive Disorders Laboratory at the University of Washington is currently seeking volunteers with Parkinson’s disease. Our study will examine speech changes and how these changes relate to the motor characteristics of Parkinson’s disease. Participant Eligibility Age 50-85 Native speaker of American English No prior history...

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