Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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Contact:
(205) 934-2040
traci@uab.edu 
Researchers in the School of Public Health are recruiting college students age 19 and older who smoke cigarettes (at least 5 cigarettes per day). Participants will take part in an educational counseling session. You do NOT have to want to quit smoking to participate. Participation involves coming to our center for one 30-minute orientation session, one 60-minute educational counseling session, and two 15-minute follow-up sessions. You will be asked to fill out some questionnaires, abstain from smoking overnight, and smoke a cigarette that we will provide you. You will be offered an 8-week supply of the nicotine patch that you may use if you wish. You will have the opportunity to be compensated a total of $75 cash for your participation. For more information, call our research staff at 205-975-7721.
September 01, 2017

Paid men’s health study

Black men ages 16-35 needed for STI prevention study. We are looking for black or African American men to participate in a small confidential group discussion. The discussion is to understand the types of sexual health care services that are most desirable. To qualify, you must be male who has, at any time, had sex with another male. You will be compensated $50 for your participation. Please contact JP at (205) 975-1531 to see if you qualify.
French lessons by a French native who is proficient in both English and French. I teach French to all ages, including those who are new to learning French and those who want to improve their understanding or enhance their accent. $25/hr. Miriam 205-305-9246.
Seeking healthy participants with no history or diagnosis of mental illness personally or in a first-degree relative — mom, dad, sibling. You must not require medication to treat an existing physical or mental illness/disorder. Individuals abusing alcohol or recreational drugs cannot participate as there will be intensive drug screening — both urine and blood. You must be ages 18-55 and weigh less than 190 lbs. Participants are needed to evaluate the effect of a drug called LY2150023 (Pomaglumetad or "POMA" for short) on a naturally occurring chemical called glutamate in the brain. We will also ask you to receive an intravenous infusion of a drug called ketamine. Study requirements: Screening (visit 1): determine your eligibility for the study, about 2 hours and includes drug testing, a complete medical and neurological check-up; Screening Ketamine MRI (visit 2): drug testing, MRI scan and ketamine infusion to determine study eligibility; Study Day 1 (visit 3): take study medicine in clinic, clinic evaluation, blood draw about 2 hours; Study Day 5 (visit 4): Clinical evaluation, blood draw and checkup about 2 hours; Study 10 (visit 5): Clinical evaluation, blood draw, drug testing, MRI scan and ketamine infusion about 5-6 hours. Three follow up phone calls. As a participant you will receive: $50 for visits 1, 3 and 4; $100 for visit 2; $300 for completion of visit 5 for a total of $600. For further information about the study and your eligibility, please contact Kristen at 996-9813.
Our study is currently recruiting single primary caregivers of a 3-8 year old child to fill out 2 questionnaires about health and weight. Eligible participants will be compensated $10 for their time. Call 205-975-7721 for more information or to see if you are eligible to participate.
Lens Pen Service, let me take care of all of your invitations ie.. Weddings, Baby Showers, Birthday, Birthday Parties, Holidays, Retirement, Religious, Get Well, Thinking of You, and Sympathy. Please call for more information, Olentha’ at 205-223-1798
You may qualify to participate in a national research study to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the shingles vaccine (Zostavax®). Are you at least 50 years old? Are you taking Remicade, Enbrel, Humira, Cimzia or Simponi? If yes, and if you have never received the shingles vaccine, you may qualify. The duration of the study is 6 months. Participants will be compensated. Zostavax ® is an approved vaccine for people ages 50 and older and has been shown to be very effective to prevent zoster (shingles) and related complications. However it has NOT been studied in patients who are taking Remicade, Enbrel, Humira, Cimzia or Simponi. The Varicella zostER VaccinE Study (VERVE) has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). UAB is coordinating the VERVE study. For more information, please call (205) 934-2993 or email verve@uab.edu
Healthy African American or Caucasian men and women ages 18-40 needed to participate in a research study about the effects of glucose on a protein in your blood — this protein is related to heart disease. Must 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 email Dr. Nirav Patel, npatel@uabmc.edu if you are interested.
We invite families with children ages 7 or 8 years old to participate. The study involves up to 31 visits to the UAB Youth Safety Lab. Parents respond to questionnaires and children engage in a state of the art virtual pedestrian environment and complete various other tasks and activities. Families will earn up to $600 for their participation, including $100 for each 2-hour visit and $25 for each 30-minute training session. Parking is provided. Children receive a toy at each visit. There are no medical procedures involved and most children enjoy participating. Call the UAB Youth Safety Lab at 205-934-4068 to enroll or ask questions. You can also email us at safetylab@uab.edu
Face painting for church or festival events and children's parties. Please call Midge 205-674-6055
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