If you are 18-65 years old, have a child 12-65 years old willing to participate in the study with you, generally healthy, with or without history of early life trauma, you may be eligible to participate in a research study to explore whether you can pass along your stress to your children. Compensation provided. For more information and to determine eligibility, please call Katlyn at 975-4208.
We are looking for adolescents with type 2 diabetes and an A1C between 6.5 and 10.5% to assess the safety and efficacy of a non-insulin, injectable anti-diabetic investigational medication for type 2 diabetics. Subjects taking insulin will not qualify.  If your child qualifies, they will receive the following at no cost to you: study related physical exams and laboratory tests, diabetes education and coaching, study medication and supplies, and compensation for your time. Victoria Gunter, 996-7648, smay@peds.uab.edu.
You will view a set of images in the MRI scanner and respond to simple questions by pushing a button. Study will take 2-3 hours total (1 hour in scanner) and can be completed in two separate sessions or in a single day. Compensated $50. Dr. Rajesh Kana 996-9368.
Healthy controls age 3-21 needed for a study that investigates risk factors for pediatric multiple sclerosis (MS). Qualifying participants will undergo a one-time blood draw and complete three surveys. Compensation is provided. cpodd@peds.uab.edu
Healthy, overweight 7-11 year females needed to participant in an observational study to investigate health effects of prolonged sitting. We are recruiting African or European American, prepubertal females for a 16-week study. Involves four 2-day visits and compensation. Annie, 975-3494.
Researchers at UAB are conducting an exciting study in adolescents to investigate how diet quality influences body composition, quality of life, and other outcomes related to fatty liver disease. If you have or know of a child who is: (1) age 10-17, (2) overweight/obese, and (3) has elevated liver enzymes, he/she may be eligible to participate. Participation involves attending study visits, completing several assessments and taking part in a nutrition program for 2 months. All participants will receive $330 worth of groceries and monetary compensation. For more information, please call 205-975-0424.
Researchers at UAB are conducting an exciting study in adolescents to investigate how diet quality influences body composition, quality of life, and other outcomes related to fatty liver disease. Overweight/obese children ages 10-17 who have elevated liver enzymes may be eligible to participate. Participation involves attending study visits, completing several assessments, and taking part in a nutrition program for 2 months. All participants and their parents will receive monetary compensation as well as two weeks of groceries valuing $330. For more information please call 205-975-0424 or email shima@uab.edu.
We are looking for white males and females ages 6-15. We are looking for black males ages 6-20 and black females ages 6-15. Billy billy@uab.edu. Compensation is provided.
A study is recruiting overweight African-American and European American girls ages 7-11 to investigate the effects of diet on weight-loss and body composition. This 25-week study involves 7 clinic visits, 7 education sessions, and compensation. The PRIMO study, Annie 975-3494

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