Local physicians are part of a larger clinical trial utilizing an investigational medical device for people with post-amputation pain. If you are experiencing moderate to severe post-amputation pain not controlled by medication, we invite you to learn more. Qualifications for the study include: one amputated lower limb; frequent and recurring amputation pain; willingness to undergo implant surgery; and age 21 or older. For participation information, please email aliciakindred@uabmc.edu, jpough@uabmc.edu or call 934-4711 or 975-2847 to speak with Alicia Kindred (Study Coordinator) or Joseph Pough (Research Assistant).
Healthy men and transgender people who have sex with other men ages 18-50 who are HIV negative are needed for a clinical research study investigating a broadly neutralizing monoclonal antibody in preventing HIV. You cannot get HIV by participating in this study. Compensation is provided after enrollment for all who qualify. For more information please call 205-934-6777.
Healthy men who have sex with other men and anyone identifying as transgender ages 18-50 who are HIV negative are needed for a clinical research study investigating a broadly neutralizing monoclonal antibody in preventing HIV. You CANNOT get HIV by participating in this study. Compensation is provided after enrollment for all who qualify. For more information please call 205-996-4099.
If you are interested in participating in a research about study behaviors focusing on prescription stimulant use, please contact Joy Barros at 205-746-7431. If you meet the criteria, you can schedule a time to complete a 15-20 minute survey followed by an in-person interview, approximately lasting an hour. Food and drinks will be available during the interview and participants will receive a t-shirt and sports bottle at the conclusion of the interview.
Have you had recurrent BV (bacterial vaginal infections) 2 or more times in the past 12 months?  We are conducting a sexual partner study for treatment of the female and male sexual partners as a way to prevent BV. Medication at no cost to you. Couples can receive up to $300. Joy, 205-996-2780
Volunteers needed for study of the impact of food preservatives on phosphorus metabolism. You may not participate if you have certain health problems like thyroid disease, are pregnant, smoke, use chronic antacids or are very obese. Involves 7 visits over 14 weeks. Food and compensation provided. Alexandra 975-9743 or alexlm@uab.edu.

You may be eligible to participate in a research study about the effect 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 and Caucasians and have no history of elevated blood pressure, diabetes, heart or kidney problems. The study involves consuming prepared meals and collecting blood samples. Participants will be compensated. E-mail Dr. Nirav Patel, npatel@uabmc.edu, if you are interested.

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

Healthy men age 18-60 are needed to study the effects of dietary oxalate on white blood cells. Participants will be provided meals and have their blood and urine collected. The total time required is 4.5 days. Compensation is up to $125. Mikita at mikita@uab.edu.

You may qualify if you ages 19-45, are African American or European American,  do not have diabetes, exercise less than 2 hours per week, and are willing to travel to UAB for screening and 4 testing visits. Participants will receive their blood sugar level, cholesterol level, bone density, fat mass, and muscle mass. Compensation up to $400 provided for completing all study visits. Please call 934-4386 for more information.
Healthy men and women aged 18-50 who are HIV negative are needed for an investigational HIV vaccine study. You CANNOT get HIV by receiving the vaccine. Compensation is provided after enrollment for all eligible participants. For more information, or to see if you qualify, please call 205-996-4099.
Healthy men and women aged 18-50 who are HIV negative are needed for an investigational HIV vaccine study. You cannot get HIV by receiving the vaccine. Compensation is provided after enrollment for all eligible participants. For more information, or to see if you qualify, please call 205-996-4099.
Healthy non-smokers 65 and older needed for pneumonia study. Compensation available. Call the Lung Health Center. 934-5555
Are you ages of 55-65, HIV negative and in general good health? If so, you may be eligible to participate in a study researching mitochondrial dysfunction and its role in aging in HIV infection. Eligible participants will have blood drawn during a one-time study visit. Compensation is provided after enrollment for those who qualify. Appointments available on Monday and Thursday mornings. For more information, call 205-975-2841.
If you are a black or white male age 19 or older, you may qualify to participate in a research study being conducted by the UAB Division of Preventive Medicine. Participation involves two clinic visits (approximately 30-45 each) to complete questionnaires and provide saliva and stool samples. Compensated up to $50 for completion of the study. Justin Sims 205/975.1229 for more information.
Researchers at UAB are studying how a widely prescribed medication may help older adults benefit from resistance exercise and improve muscle size and strength. Study procedures include a free personal training program plus health and fitness screenings at UAB. Eligibility requirements include: • Age 65 and older; • In good general health. For more information complete the questionnaire at: www.uab.edu/masters-trial,call 205-934-6231 or email masterstrial@uab.edu. Benefits of resistance exercise includes: • Increased strength and muscle quality; improved daily function; relief of joint/back pain, improved flexibility; bone health, reduction in falls, weight maintenance, sleep improvement; and improved blood sugar control.
If you are a man or transgender woman who has sex with other men, are at least 18 years of age, and in general good health, you may qualify to participate in a clinical research study evaluating an investigational medication as PrEP for HIV prevention. You CANNOT get HIV by participating in this study. Compensation is provided after enrollment for all eligible participants. For more information, or to see if you qualify, please call 205-996-4099.
Men and women ages 18-40 with mild or borderline high blood pressure may be eligible to participate in a 14-week study for high blood pressure. Eligible participants will receive study medication, blood pressure checks, physical exams and laboratory tests at no cost. Participants will be paid up to $75 for each completed study visit, up to $325. Call or email Stephanie at (205) 975-7001 or sbiggers@uab.edu
In our study of patients with resistant hypertension, we have shown that vascular function improves with the use of spironolactone, a mineralocorticoid receptor antagonist. Spironolactone has also been shown to reduce urinary protein loss in patients with chronic kidney disease. We are looking for men and women, ages 19-65, with Stage III CKD, non-diabetic or who have controlled diabetes, and who are not currently taking spironolactone or amiloride. The study lasts 16 weeks, with six visits, and compensation and parking will be provided for all six visits. If interested, please contact Cassidy Clevenger at (205) 934-6745.
Participants ages 16-19 and 65 and older needed for an exciting new driving study. Must currently hold a valid driver’s license, drive at least 3 days a week, have no severe physical disabilities that would prohibit participation in full protocol, no evidence of dementia and own a cell phone with texting capabilities. Minimal risk involved. Requires 1 visit (2.5 hours) to UAB that involves driving in a simulator and completing questionnaires and tasks. If eligible, you can be compensated $50. For more information, please call us at 205-975-9440.
You may qualify for this study if you are age 65 and older and have never received a pneumococcal (pneumonia) vaccine. Ideal candidates for participation will need to be in good general health, weigh at least 110 pounds, and are eligible to receive the clinically recommended pneumococcal vaccines. This study will help us better understand human immune responses after receiving FDA-approved Prevnar and Pneumovax pneumococcal vaccines. Compensation will be provided after qualified participants are enrolled. Spaces are limited. Please call 205-996-4099 for more information.
Participants ages 16-19 and 65 and older needed for an exciting new driving study. Must currently hold a valid driver’s license, drive at least 3 days a week, have no severe physical disabilities that would prohibit participation in full protocol, no evidence of dementia and own a cell phone with texting capabilities. Minimal risk involved. Requires 1 visit (2.5 hours) to UAB that involves driving in a simulator and completing questionnaires and tasks. If eligible, you can be compensated $50. For more information, please call us at 205-975-9440 and ask for the CRUISE study.
Men and women aged 18-50 who have been diagnosed with genital herpes (HSV-2) are needed for an investigational therapeutic herpes vaccine study. You must be in general good health and you must have had genital herpes for at least one year with multiple occurrences (outbreaks). Additional inclusion criteria applies. Compensation is provided after enrollment for those who qualify. For more information or to see if you qualify, call 205-996-4099.
Have you been taking PrEP for at least 3 months? Are you at least 20 years old, HIV negative, and in general good health? If so, you may be eligible to participate in a study researching mitochondrial dysfunction and its role in aging in HIV infection. Eligible participants will have blood drawn during a one-time study visit and an optional fitness test to measure heart rate and expired gases. Compensation is provided after enrollment for those who qualify. Appointments available on Monday and Thursday mornings. For more information, call 205-975-2841.
This research study will test if educational text messages can improve sleep quality and sleep behaviors in college students. The six-week study will start Oct. 3. You will complete a survey by Oct. 1 and again at the end of the 6 weeks. Must be a full-time freshman, 18-19 years old, living in a dorm with a cellphone and unlimited text messaging. Students who are pregnant, have a sleep disorder or are taking sleep medications are excluded. Participants who complete the study will receive 2 movie tickets. Survey link: goo.gl/9ijKkh. Direct questions to Kathryn Jones, kej@uab.edu or 205-908-4091.
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