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Showing 1 - 7 of 7 Clinical Trials
Description:
This study enrolls women ages 18-39 who exercise regularly. The purpose of this study is to learn about the relationship between vitamin D and recovery of skeletal muscle damage in females. Read More
Eligibility:
Women ages 18-39.
Exercise regularly.
Contact(s)
Jocelyn Stooks
jstooks@buffalo.edu
+1 716-829-5455
Description:
This study enrolls women who have vulvar pain (vulvodynia). The purpose of this study is to learn if a new tool to diagnose vulvodynia will be easier and more precise. Read More
Eligibility:
Women ages 18+.
We will enroll women who have vulvar pain (and some women without vulvar pain as a comparison group).
Contact(s)
VANESSA BARNABEI
vmbarnab@buffalo.edu
+1 716-878-7138
Description:
This study enrolls pregnant women who smoke cigarettes. The purpose of this study is to learn what types of smoking cessation (quit smoking) programs help women quit while also supporting breastfeeding. Read More
Eligibility:
Adult women, ages 18+.
Currently pregnant (at 29 weeks of pregnancy or earlier).
Have smoked 1+ cigarettes per day in the past week.
Must enroll with a family support person (a partner or family member). This person must have a close relationship and frequent contacts with the pregnant woman and be willing to support breastfeeding.
Contact(s)
XIAOZHONG WEN
xiaozhon@buffalo.edu
+1 716-352-3515
Description:
This study enrolls pregnant women taking methadone or buprenorphine for opioid use disorder. The purpose of this study is to learn about the factors that can promote or prevent successful breastfeeding in these women from the perspective of the woman. We also want to explore how those factors change over time. Read More
Eligibility:
Woman ages 18+.
Must be pregnant and intend to breastfeed their newborn.
Stable on opioid maintenance therapy for opioid use disorder.
Contact(s)
MARGARET DOERZBACHER
mdoerzba@buffalo.edu
+1 716-829-3229
Description:
This study enrolls women who are pregnant or a parent of a child 6 months old or younger. We want to learn about pregnant women and mothers during the COVID-19 outbreak. Read More
Eligibility:
Adult women who are pregnant or the parent of a child 6 months old or younge
Contact(s)
STEPHANIE GODLESKI
sg72@buffalo.edu
+1 716-887-2533
Description:
We are looking for women ages 30-75 who have newly diagnosed breast cancer (and are undergoing surgery) for a research study. The purpose of this study is to learn more about why women develop breast cancer. We are studying the microbiome- the bacteria and other single cell organisms that are found normally in every part of the body. The microbiome can affect many diseases, and we want to see if it affects breast cancer. Read More
Eligibility:
Women ages 30-75.
Diagnosed with breast cancer and will be undergoing breast surgery.
Cannot be currently or recently breastfeeding.
Cannot have been pregnant within the last year.
Cannot have had recent breast surgery.
Women who will be having a planned reduction mammoplasty and do not have breast cancer may also be eligible.
Contact(s)
JO FREUDENHEIM
jfreuden@buffalo.edu
+1 716-829-5375
Description:
We are looking for pregnant women who are interested in quitting smoking for a research study. The purpose of this study is to see if our program will help mothers quit smoking and improve the health of mothers and their babies. Read More
Eligibility:
Pregnant women age 18-39.
Less than 20 weeks pregnant.
Smoke 1 or more cigarettes per day.
Willing to try to quit smoking.
Contact(s)
XIAOZHONG WEN
xiaozhon@buffalo.edu
+1 716-352-3515
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