Volunteers needed for exercise and blood pressure study. You may be eligible to participate in a research study about the effects of exercise and Metoprolol, a blood pressure pill, on a protein in your blood. This protein is related to heart disease. Eligible participants must be healthy men and women, African American or Caucasian with no history of diabetes, heart problems, or kidney problems. The study involves exercising, taking metoprolol, consuming prepared meals, and collecting blood samples. Participants will be compensated. Please email Dr. Nirav Patel, npatel@uabmc.edu if you are interested.
Guts of HIV study is now enrolling healthy African American men ages 45-65. Researchers at UAB are looking for AA HIV negative men to join a research study in order to gain insight on how the immune system functions with the aim to better understand how to better treat HIV-1 infection. This study is open to AA HIV negative males ages 45 to 65 to who are, generally, in good health. Participation in this study will last for approximately 3 years with 3 visits to the clinic. Visits occur every 18 months. Procedures include, collection of blood, assessment of vital signs, as well as liver fibroscans, non-invasive testing to assess the liver. Participants will receive $50 for each blood collection and fibroscan visits and $40 for blood collection visits only. Compensation is provided after enrollment for those who qualify. For more information or to determine if you are eligible to participate, please call Dana Green 205-934-9346.
Are you a healthy male between the ages of 18 and 50? You may be eligible to participate in a research study of a protein in your blood. This protein is related to the heart. Eligible participants must be Healthy men, African American or Caucasians, and have no history of diabetes, heart problems, or kidney problems. The study involves consuming prepared meals, wearing a blood pressure monitor for 24-hours, 24-hour inpatient stay, and collecting blood and urine samples. Participants will be compensated and meals will be provided at no cost. Please e-mail Dr. Nirav Patel, npatel@uabmc.edu if you are interested.
Healthy female UAB students ages 18-29 needed for a single visit for a study of how common chlamydia is. Requires blood, urine, and self-collected vaginal swab – reimbursed with $30 Visa gift card. Call 934-8166.
We are recruiting physically healthy adolescents (ages 10-21 years old) who have a diagnosis of Major Depressive Disorder to participate in a research study seeking to better understand adolescent depression and suicide. This study involves a one-time visit to our clinic, providing blood and urine samples, and answering questions about mental illness. Participants will receive compensation up to $75. To determine eligibility, please call the Office of Psychiatric Research at 934-2484.
Healthy women ages 18-45 needed for a 3 week study of vaginal bacteria. This study requires treatment during study with 7 days of amoxicillin. Compensated up to $150. Call Joy at 996-2780.
We are looking for healthy men and women ages 18-65 to participate in a research study. You must have no history of gastrointestinal or kidney disease. We are conducting a study to examine the presence of Oxalobacter, a naturally occurring molecule in our bodies. This study involves collection of stool specimens. Compensation is provided. Please send an email to kidneystone@uabmc.edu if you are interested.
Are you: generally healthy? Have NO history of mental illness or psychiatric disorders; can read and write in English? You may be eligible for participation. For more information and to determine eligibility, please call 205-934-2484. Compensation is provided.
If you are age 35 or older and healthy (not suffering from any serious clinical condition) you may be eligible to participate in a study to determine bioenergetic health. Participants will answer a short questionnaire and have blood collected (20ml ie 2-3 tubes). Compensation ($25) after blood draw will be provided per study visit. For more information, please contact by email mitolab@uabmc.edu.
You may be eligible to participate in a research study about the effects of glucose on a protein in your blood. This protein is related to heart disease. Eligible participants must be healthy men and women, African American or Caucasians and have no history of elevated blood pressure, diabetes, heart problems or kidney problems. The study involves consuming prepared meals and collecting blood samples. Participants will be compensated. Please e-mail Dr. Nirav Patel, npatel@uabmc.edu if you are interested.
Are you a breast cancer survivor having difficulty walking? Do you have any lower-body pain that is restricting your mobility? If so, you may be interested in taking part in an exercise training intervention. UAB researchers are looking for overweight women  - age 18-70 with a body mass index between 30-45 kg/m2 - with a history of breast cancer to participate in a novel exercise training study. Volunteers will be asked to attend two assessment sessions: an initial assessment and after 8 weeks of exercise to collect information about your health status. Further eligibility screening will be conducted by telephone. Volunteers must reside in or near Jefferson County. The study will evaluate a novel exercise training strategy designed to mimic exercise at higher altitude to support improved health and mobility among breast cancer survivors. Contact Dr. Stephen J. Carter, 205-975-0269 or carters@uab.edu; or the UAB Exercise and Cancer Research Team, 205.934.5466 or moveforward@uab.edu; to learn more.
We are looking for healthy older adults who are interested in participating in a study about healthy aging. You may be eligible if you have no major physical disabilities, are independent in basic life activities, and are 85 years or older. Participants will be compensated. Call 205-975-7017 for more information and to see if you qualify.
Are you in good physical health with no history of psychiatric disorders? You may be eligible for a research study examining the relationship between early life stress, depression, and glucose metabolism. Compensation provided. For more information, please contact the UAB Office of Psychiatric Research at (205) 975-4207