If you are experiencing extreme tiredness and fatigue after your cancer treatment ends, you may be eligible to participate in a new mind/body research study. To qualify for this study, you must be a Stage II, Stage III, or Stage IV cancer survivor who has completed all cancer treatment at least 6 months ago and within the last 5 years. Compensation for time and travel will be provided. For more information, please call 205-934-6326.
If you are experiencing extreme tiredness and fatigue even after your cancer treatment ends, you may be eligible to participate in a new mind/body research study. To qualify for this study, you must be a Stage II, Stage III or Stage IV cancer survivor who has completed all cancer treatment at least 6 months ago and within the last 10 years. Compensation for time and travel will be provided. For more information, please call 205-934-6326.
UAB is currently offering a no-cost research treatment program for those who want to stop using cocaine. This study combines medication and counseling treatment. If you use cocaine and would like to stop, please call 975-7721
Are you 50 or older with or without Parkinson's disease and interested in participating in a study evaluating the effects of a computer-based training program on safety & cognition? This study evaluates performance on cognitive tests and a virtual reality street crossing task. Amy 934-5954.
This study will examine the effectiveness of two types of group exercise classes on the health and functional status in inactive adults age 18-65 with a history of stroke. You will be randomly assigned to one of three groups; Movement2Music, Adapted Yoga, or a waitlist group who will complete a home-based exercise intervention of either Movement to Music or Adapted Yoga. Email caseyh@lakeshore.org or call 205-313-7455 for more information. Participation is free, and compensation is provided.
We are currently seeking individuals diagnosed with spinal cord injury (SCI) for a research study evaluating diet. The purpose of this study is to determine if a low carb or low fat diet is better for helping adults with SCI: 1) stick to their diet, 2) improve their body composition, and 3) lower their cardiometabolic risk factors (such as diabetes, heart disease, or stroke). This study is for adults with SCI ages 21-60. Participation is free, and compensation is provided. For more information, please call Ashley Sineath at 205-403-5510 or email at asineath@uab.edu
Do you have kidney disease?  If so, you may qualify to participate in a 4 month research study to evaluate the effects of spironolactone on blood vessel health in patients with chronic kidney disease. Must be: ages 19-65; non-diabetic; not on dialysis; moderate stage of kidney disease (30-60% function). Compensation. Call the UAB Hypertension Program at (205) 934-9281 or e-mail Lama Ghazi lghazi@uab.edu
Earn a $10 VISA gift card by participating in an online survey about the “college weight gain experience.” Research has demonstrated that college students are particularly vulnerable to weight gain, so preventing weight gain in this population may have important implications for long-term weight management. More research is needed to determine why college students are gaining weight in order to develop targeted interventions to forestall weight gain and improve health behaviors. The proposed study aims to investigate the factors perceived by college students related to college weight gain. Information gained from this study would be used to formulate a research plan for funding for college weight gain prevention. Exclusions to the study include: • current college athletes and students diagnosed, within the past year, with depression or an eating disorder • must be a fulltime, non-transfer, undergraduate UAB students ages 18-25. To sign-up or for more information, contact: Dr. Retta Evans rrevans@uab.edu (205) 996-2701
 
Losing control of your bowels? The LIBERATE study may be right for you! Twenty million American women of all ages suffer from fecal incontinence, also known as Accidental Bowel Leakage (ABL), and we rarely talk about it. UAB is conducting a research study on a treatment for women with bowel control problems. Study participation may last approximately 15 months. You may be eligible to participate if you experience loss of bowel control, are female age 19 or older and have a history of accidental bowel leakage for at least 6 months. For more information, please call 934-3178. Compensation will be provided.
Women age 18 and older needed for study of new investigational treatment for bacterial vaginosis or vaginal yeast infection. Must have untreated Bacterial Vaginosis or yeast at time of enrollment. Study participation lasts for one month. Free medication and exams. Reimbursement $150 for enrollment and follow-up visits. For more information call Joy at 205-996-2780
Women age 18 and older needed for study of new treatment for vaginal yeast infection. Must have untreated yeast infection at time of enrollment. Study participation lasts for one month. Free medication and exams.  Reimbursement available for enrollment and follow-up visits, up to $200. For more information call Joy or Sanquetta at 205-996-2780.
Females, 55 or older who experience urge incontinence may qualify for this study examining the relationship between urine leakage and vitamin D deficiency. This 12 week study involves 4 visits to The UAB Continence Clinic and two telephone consolations. There is no cost, and participants will be compensated. Interested? Please call 975-3503 and mention the Vitamin D study.
We are inviting you to participate in the D.I.A.L. physical activity program for 12 weeks at no cost to you. What is it? Receive 12-weeks of physical activity information over the phone. Who can join? Any healthy adult age 21 or older and you do not have to currently be physically active to participate. Why be involved? Contribute to cancer prevention research and receive compensation for your involvement. Call 205-934-0504 to see if you qualify for the program.
If they are over the age of 65, they may qualify for the MASTERS Trial, a randomized, placebo-controlled trial at UAB to determine if the addition of a medication (metformin) will improve the effectiveness of strength training in older adults. Participants receive supervised exercise training 3 days per week for 14 weeks with certified trainers in the UAB Center for Exercise Medicine, and free assessments of health and functional status, body composition, and fitness. To learn more, complete the questionnaire at www.uab.edu/masters-trial (preferred) or call 205-934-6231.
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