CHARA 2 Study
Are you the parent of a 16-17 year old who is starting a new hormonal method of birth control (depo, IUD, implant)? Your teen may be able to participate in a study to collect samples to evaluate the impact that hormonal (birth control) methods have on immune response and HIV risk. This study involves 4 visits over 3 months. Compensation is provided.
The VWD Minimize Study – Ages 13-17 (An NIH-funded study)
Are you the parent of a daughter aged 13-17 who has been diagnosed with Von Willebrand Disease (VWD)? Does your daughter have heavy menstrual periods? If so, your daughter may be able to participate in a research study to compare two different treatments for VWD. This study involves 4 visits over 24 weeks and one baseline blood draw. Compensation is provided.
Are you the parent of a teen girl age 13-17 who is the mother of one child? If so, your daughter may want to participate in a study that will pair her with a mentor, or Maikuru, to provide her with a support network. Involves 5 weekly 2-hour educational sessions. Participants will receive a meal, child-care, bus tickets/parking at each session, and compensation for completing all sessions.