A young couple smiles together.Genetic Test Results: Do You and Your Teen Want to Learn All, Some or None?

Research Study for Teens 13 to 17 Years Old and a Parent

What: To determine why teens and parents choose to learn or not learn genetic test results for certain diseases as well as how they feel about their choices and learning their test results

Who: Teens 13 to 17 years old who are able to make independent decisions and their parent

Pay: Up to $50 for time, effort and travel

Contact: Larra Gem Parsley | larragem.parsley@cchmc.org | 513-803-7985

Developmental Delays Study for Children and Teens 5 to 17 Years Old

A smiling girl.What: A study to learn about brain and behavioral problems associated with Fragile X Syndrome (FXS) and how they are connected with FXS-related genetic factors

Testing results will be compared from people with FXS and without FXS

Who: Children and

 teens 5 to 17 years old who have developmental delays (other than FXS)

Pay: Up to $80 for time, effort and travel

Contact: Kara Rattermann | kara.rattermann@cchmc.org | 513-636-0526

Kids playing outside.Study for Healthy Children and Teens

What: A study to compare the differences in the metabolism of healthy children with that of children who have respiratory infections such as pneumonia

Who: Healthy children 3 months to 18 years old

What’s Involved: Submission of up to 3 urine samples and 2 nasal swabs

Pay: Up to $50 per child (maximum 2 children per family) for completing the samples and a follow-up survey

Contact: Cory Pfefferman | meep.study@cchmc.org | 513-803-1579