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    A Study to Screen for Type 1 Diabetes
    • Conditions:Adult Studies, Diabetes
    • Gender:Female, Male
    Cincinnati Children’s is conducting a research study to learn more about how type 1 diabetes develops and to look at ways to delay it or prevent the condition from occurring.... More
    Research Study for Healthy Children and Adults 8 to 60 Years Old
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    Cincinnati Children’s is conducting a research study, sometimes known as a clinical trial or clinical study, to compare the electrical patterns of the brain in healthy children and adults to those of child and adult patients with Tourette’s syndrome.  ... More
    Healthy Adults 18 to 65 Needed for Brain Development Research Study
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    The purpose of this research study is to improve EEG techniques and examine how the brain responds to sensory stimuli such as sounds or pictures. An EEG is a test that measures and records the electrical activity of the brain (or “brainwaves”).... More
    Research Study for Healthy Adults 18 to 45 Years Old
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    Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is conducting a research study, sometimes known as a clinical trial or clinical study, to test how safe and effective an oral investigational vaccine is, in protecting adults against Shigella (an illness that causes diarrhea).... More
    Healthy Pregnant Women Needed for Research Study
    • Conditions:Adult Studies
    • Gender:Female
    This is a research study to learn more about babies born with heart and lung disease by studying the effect of oxygen on the blood vessels of a baby’s lungs before birth.  The information gained from this study may help us identify those babies who need more urgent and critical care prior to their ... More
    Help Us Identify, Treat and Prevent Childhood Heart Diseases. Participate in the Heart Institute BioRepository (HIBR).
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    The goal of this project, called Heart Institute BioRepository (HIBR), is to collect and store samples (such as blood, urine and tissues) that can be used by researchers to study and develop new ways to identify, treat and prevent childhood heart diseases and conditions. Limited personal informati... More
    Healthy Infants, Children and Adults Needed for a Research Study
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    The purpose of this research study is to improve our understanding of and ability to care for children and adults affected by diseases and disorders that cause motor problems.  ... More
    Healthy 5 to 22 Year Olds Needed for a Research Study
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    The purpose of this research study is to learn more about the effectiveness of an investigational drug treatment, called acamprosate, and see if it reduces the symptoms associated with Fragile X Syndrome (FXS), the most common inherited cause of intellectual disability and autism. ... More
    A Research Study for Teen and Adult Patients 12 to 21 Years at Cincinnati Children’s
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    Cincinnati Children’s is conducting a research study, sometimes known as a clinical trial or clinical study, to look at the opinions of teen and young adult patients being seen at Cincinnati Children’s about what helps patients to be ready to see doctors who care for only adults. The survey wil... More
    A Research Study for Mothers of Premature Babies
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    Cincinnati Children’s is conducting a research study to determine if there is a pattern in some families of mothers giving birth prematurely, and if so, to explore a possible genetic link.... More

 
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