Due to COVID-19, new enrollment in research studies will be greatly limited.
If you are interested in a study, there may be a longer waiting period to receive a response to your inquiry.
View the guidance for research participants for additional information.
This study enrolls people who are HIV positive who are taking certain medication. If a person take Stribilid® or Genvoya®, there may be changes in the way their body uses or removes other medications. We want to study another approved treatment, Biktarvy®, that we believe is less likely to affect how the body handles other medications that a person is currently taking. This switch may improve quality of life. Read More
-Adults ages 18+.
-Positive for HIV.
-Taking current antiretroviral therapy GenvoyaTM or StribildTM for HIV-1 infection.
-Taking at least 1 or more other prescription medications.
This study is looking for women ages 18-24 who are in college. The purpose of this study is to get feedback about program designed for friends to help protect one another against sexual assault. Read More
Adult women ages 18-24.
Enrolled in a 4 year college or university
This study enrolls adults with peripheral arterial disease (PAD; blocked arteries in the legs) who are having a lower extremity endovascular intervention (EVI). The purpose of the study is to learn how well a blood test called Plateletcrit find blood clotting cells. We want to see if this test might be useful to learn about outcomes for this surgery. Read More
Adults ages 18+
Have undergone extremity endovascular intervention (EVI) treatment of lower extremity peripheral arterial disease (PAD) or critical limb ischemia
On aspirin at time of the intervention and will receive dual antiplatelet therapy after surgery with aspirin and clopidogrel for at least 30 days.
This study enrolls medical students, residents, and fellow physicians at the University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences who have a FitBit device. The purpose of this study is to learn what part of sleep health is associated with physician burnout to help decrease damage and improve sleep health. Read More
You are a medical student, resident, or fellow at University at Buffalo
Must have a FitBit device
This study enrolls physicians affiliated with UB/Kaleida. In these unprecedented times of COVID 19 our goal is to study its effects on the emotional status of healthcare providers. We want to learn about mental health outcomes and associated factors among health care workers at UB. Read More
Physicians/MD and physician assistants Affiliated to UB/Kaleida
This study enrolls adults in the Emergency Department who will be receiving a blood test. The purpose of this research study is to test blood with a new meter to determine if it is accurate. The meter has not yet been approved for use but the FDA believes that this is a low risk device to obtain and test blood samples. The meter is called the StatStrip Lactate, Hemoglobin, and Hematocrit Meter and it tests the amount of lactate, hemoglobin and hematocrit in your system using a drop of blood. Read More
Adults ages 18+
In the Emergency Department at ECMC or a Kaleida Health Facility
Will be receiving a blood test during the course of care
This study enrolls people who have been diagnosed with head and neck cancer and are being treated with neck radiation therapy. The purpose of this study is to find out the number of people who develop narrowing of their carotid arteries (Carotid Artery Stenosis) due to neck radiation and understand how tobacco use and diabetes effect the worsening of carotid artery stenosis. Read More
Adults age 18+
Diagnosis of neck cancer and undergoing one-sided neck radiation
Must have no history of stroke
This study enrolls adults with Sjogren’s syndrome and healthy participants to for comparison. The purpose of this study is to whether a certain type of immune cell in the blood, called the marginal zone B cell, contributes to the problems in Sjogren’s syndrome. Read More
Adults ages 18+.
Must meet the criteria for Sjogren's syndrome
Sex and age matched normal controls (comparison group) will also be studied.
This study enrolls adults with bipolar disorder that is currently not well controlled who will be starting treatment. The purpose of the research is to learn about the relationship between changes in the amount of calcium in platelets and mood change in people with bipolar disorder. Read More
Adults ages 18-75
Healthy, diagnosed with bipolar disorder (mania, bipolar depression, or mixed state)
Acutely ill and initiating a new standard of care treatment for their bipolar disorde