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Subject: centerid

Title: Action to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes - ACCORD

Category: Diabetes



Do you know.. People with Type 2 Diabetes have twice the risk of heart attack or stroke than people without diabetes.

The national Institute of Health is sponsoring a research study seeking ways to reduce your risk of heart attack, stroke and other serious blood vessel problems. By participating in this study you may help improve diabetes care for yourself and future generations.

The study is called ACCORD, Action to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes, and if eligible, you will receive:

  • Diabetes and Blood Pressure or Cholesterol medications at no charge to you
  • Blood sugar testing supplies at no charge to you
  • Regular medical follow-up
  • Counseling and education for healthy lifestyle choices
To be considered for this important diabetes study you must have Type 2 Diabetes and meet one of the following criteria:
  • Age 55 years or older
  • Age 40 years or older with previous heart attack, stroke or serious blood vessel problems.

For more information on ACCORD Diabetes Study or to schedule an initial screening visit, call Michelle at the UNC Diabetes Center.


Contact Name: Michelle
Contact Phone: 919-484-0931 x272


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine



Title: National Institute of Mental Health: Genetic Study of Anorexia Nervosa in Families

Category: Anorexia Nervosa



Experts from around the world are working to help identify the genes that might predispose individuals to develop anorexia nervosa.

We are seekign families with at least two members who have or had anorexia nervosa, and who would be willing to participate.

  • The study involves the completion of several interviews and questionaires, plus a blood draw.
  • You do not need to travel. Everything can be done near where you live.
  • Participants will be paid upon completion of the study.

This is a multicenter collaboration.

Locations across the U.S., Canada and Europe.

University of North Carolina, Cynthia Bulink, Ph.D. UNC Eating Disorders Program.

(All calls and messages are confidential.)


Contact Name: Lauren Reba
Contact Phone: 919-966-4410


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine

Title: Type 2 Diabetes: Are you currently managing your diabetes with Glucophage (metformin) alone?

Category: Diabetes



The physicians at the Diabetes Care Center at UNC are participating in a research study with an investigational medication to see if it safely and effectively helps control blood sugar levels.

To be considered for the study, you must be on Metformin alone and NOT taking any other antidiabetic medication.

If you qualify, you will receive all study-related care and study medication.

Financial compensation is also provided.

For more information please contact.


Contact Name: Kim Huck, MSN, RN
Contact Phone: 919-484-0931 x268


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine



Title: Have you ever had a liver reaction to a drug or complementary medicine?

Category: Liver Problems



If you have ever had elevated liver tests or turned “yellow” (jaundice) after taking a drug or complementary/alternative medicine, you may be eligible to enroll in a registry to search for possible reasons why some people are at risk for liver reactions to drugs. You will be asked for medical information about the event and to have blood drawn. Eligible subjects will be compensated for their time.

IRB: GCRC #2228


Contact Name: Susan Pusek
Contact Phone: 919-966-0128


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine

Title: Have you ever had a liver reaction to Dilantin or phenytoin?

Category: Liver Problems



If you have ever had elevated liver tests or turned “yellow” (jaundice) after taking Dilantin or phenytoin, you may be eligible to enroll in a research registry to search for possible reasons why some people are at risk for liver reactions to drugs. You will be asked for medical information about the event and to have blood drawn at a location convenient for you. Eligible subjects will be compensated for their time.

IRB: GCRC #2198


Contact Name: Susan Pusek
Contact Phone: 919-966-0128


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine



Title: Have you ever had a liver reaction to INH or isoniazid?

Category: Liver Problems



If you have ever had elevated liver tests or turned “yellow” (jaundice) after taking INH or isoniazid, you may be eligible to enroll in a research registry to search for possible reasons why some people are at risk for liver reactions to drugs. You will be asked for medical information about the event and to have blood drawn at a location convenient for you. Eligible subjects will be compensated for their time.

IRB: GCRC #2198


Contact Name: Susan Pusek
Contact Phone: 919-966-0128


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine

Title: Have you ever had a liver reaction to Valproate or valproic acid?

Category: Liver Problems



If you have ever had elevated liver tests or turned “yellow” (jaundice) after taking Valproate or valproic acid, you may be eligible to enroll in a research registry to search for possible reasons why some people are at risk for liver reactions to drugs. You will be asked for medical information about the event and to have blood drawn at a location convenient for you. Eligible subjects will be compensated for their time.

IRB: GCRC #2198


Contact Name: Susan Pusek
Contact Phone: 919-966-0128


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine



Title: Have you ever had a liver reaction to Augmentin?

Category: Liver Problems



If you have ever had elevated liver tests or turned “yellow” (jaundice) after taking Augmentin, you may be eligible to enroll in a research registry to search for possible reasons why some people are at risk for liver reactions to drugs. You will be asked for medical information about the event and to have blood drawn at a location convenient for you. Eligible subjects will be compensated for their time.

IRB: GCRC #2198


Contact Name: Susan Pusek
Contact Phone: 919-966-0128


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine

Title: You may not have symptoms, buy your herpes may be contagious

Category: Genital Herpes



Did you know that you may give your partner herpes even when you have no visible sores or lesions?

Local physicians are studying the investigational use of an approved prescription medication for recurrent genital herpies to learn more about when a person can spread it to others.

You may qualify if you are 18 or older an know or suspect that you have recurrent genital herpes.

If you take part, you will receive study-related care, including physical examinations, laboratory tests and study medications.


Contact Name:
Contact Phone: 919-788-5333


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine



Title: Do you have HEARTBURN?

Category: Acid Reflux



Do you experience heartburn and regurgitation at least 3 times a week?

Are you between the ages of 18-70?

If the answers are YES, you could qualify to participate in a research study for the treatment of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Qualified participants will receive free medical evaluations including a physical exam, laboratory tests and study related medication.

Patients enrolled into the study are eligible for nominal financial compensation

Please call for more information


Contact Name:
Contact Phone: 919-966-7780


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine

Title: Are you drinking too much?

Category: Alcohol



The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is seeking volunteers for a study to evaluate the benefits of an investigational medication for the treatment of heavy alcohol drinking. Interested individuals must be between the ages of 21 and 65. The study will involve a free evaluation interview and, if you qualify, free counseling sessions. Unlike the medication Antabuse, the investigational medication will not make you sick if you drink alcohol.

Please call 919-966-5770 and ask for Meghan Cody if you are interested.


Contact Name: Meghan Cody
Contact Phone: 919-966-5770


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine



Title: Do you have asthma?

Category: Asthma



A research study is being conducted by UNC Pulmonary Research at UNC Hospitals

If you qualify for the study, you will receive free study related physical exams, pulmonary evaluations and education about your lung disease.

You will be compensated for your time, effort and travel to UNC.

If you are interested in finding out more about this study call or email (jeaniem@med.unc.edu) our research team.


Contact Name:
Contact Phone: 866-860-6101


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine

Title: Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Functional Diarrhea

Category: IBS and Crohn's



You may qualify for a research study using an investigational drug to treat diarrhea predominant IBS or functional diarrhea.

If you qualify for this study you will receive study medicine and study-related tests at no cost.

To qualify you must:

  • Be 18-65 years.
  • Be diagnosed by a physician with IBS or functional diarrhea (>= 2 bowel movements per day).
  • Be generally healthy, with no prior gastric or intestinal surgery.

If you are interested and think you may qualify, please call.


Contact Name:
Contact Phone: 919-843-4838


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine



Title: Venous Leg Ulcer Research Study

Category: Skin Infections



Volunteers Needed for a Venous Leg Ulcer Research Study

If you are over the age of 18 and have a Venous Leg Ulcer, you may qualify to participate in an investigational research study at the UNC Wound Care Clinic.

Benefits Received Through Participation May Include:

  • Wound care management (i.e. lab tests, study visits, study medication, etc.) personalized to your wound's specific etiology.
  • Opportunity to contribute towards the overall understanding of chronic wounds, ultimately benefiting other patients with wounds.

Contact Name: Nicolle Lemire, RN
Contact Phone: 919-966-3391


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine

Title: Do you suffer from recurrent Moderate-to-Severe Breast Pain for 5 to 10 days each month?

Category: Physical Pain



You may be suffering from cyclic breast pain associated with fibrocycstic breast disease.

Volunteers are needed for a research study on the effects of an investigational beverage on pain associated with fibrocystic breast disease.

    You may be eligible to participate if you:
  • are a woman in good health between the ages of 18 and 55
  • are not pregnant or lactating
  • have regular menstrual cycles
  • suffer from recurring cyclic breast pain
  • are willing to commit to 5 sequential monthly site visits at 1 to 2 hours each.

You could receive up to $170 total compensation if eligible.

If you suffer from these symptoms, are interested in participating, and/or wish to obtain more information, please contact RN Research Coordinator.


Contact Name: Susan Walley, RN
Contact Phone: 919-966-9846


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine



Title: Volunteers needed

Category: Genital Herpes



One in four persons eighteen years or older in the U.S. is infected with genital herpes. Each year up to half a million more people contract this disease.

Do you have itching, tingling, or burning sensations, blisters, or raised red bumps in the genital area that irritate, itch or cause pain? Do you sometimes experience pain when urinating? We are looking for men and women at least 18 years old to participate in a clinical research study involving an investigational use of a marketed drug to treat genital herpes in people who are newly diagnosed within the last 3 months..

For more information about this clinical research study, contact:.


Contact Name:
Contact Phone: 919-250-4425


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine

Title: Volunteers Needed

Category: Asthma



The UNC Center for Environmental Medicine, Asthma and Lung Biology is seeking volunteers for participation in a research study.

The purpose of the study is to investigate the role of Vitamin E and Vitamin C in maintaining lung health in people with asthma.

Subjects needed are non-smokin controlled asthmatics, in otherwise good health, ages 18-50. The study will last approximately 13 weeks, one visit a week lasting 1-3 hours. Monetary compensation for each visit will be provided.

Interesed, please call.


Contact Name:
Contact Phone: 919-962-4247


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine



Title: Male Volunteers Needed

Category: Human Papilloma Virus



Heterosexual men, ages 18 to 23, needed to participate in a vaccine research study aimed at preventing HPV infection.

  • HPV (human papillomavirus) is the cause of genital warts.
  • HPV is the most common sexually transmitted disease.
  • Over 50% of sexually active adults become infected with HPV during their lifetime.
  • HPV can cause cervical cancer in women.

UNC Clinical Research/Raleigh is seeking male volunteers who do NOT have HPV or ginital warts for a HPV vaccine research study.

If you are a man, aged 18 - 23 and would like more information please call.

Compensation provided.


Contact Name:
Contact Phone: 919-788-5333


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine

Title: Study of the Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm Repair with Zenith TX2 TAA Endovascular Graft

Category: Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm



You've been diagnosed with a thoracic aortic aneurysm. Open surgery may not be your only treatment option.

A new investigational treatment is available at University of North Carolina if you've been diagnosed with an aneurysm of the thoracic aorta.

If you meet endovascular repair requirements, you could enroll in the STARZ-TX2 study (Study of the Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm Repair with Zenith TX2 TAA Endovascular Graft) and be treated with the Zenith TX2 system, a minimally invasive endovascular graft.

To be treated with the Zenith TX2 system, you must meet specific study requirements, including aortic aneurysm size and shape, and you may be followed post-treatment for five years.

For more information please call Dianne Glover, RN or Mark Farber, MD in the Department of Vascular Surgery, University of North Carolina Hospitals.


Contact Name: Dianne Glover, RN
Contact Phone: 919-966-3391


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine



Title: Do you have breathing problems?

Category: Pulmonary Disease



A research study is being conducted by UNC Pulmonary Research at UNC Hospitals.

If you qualify for the study, you will receive free study related physical exams, pulmonary evaluations and education about your lung disease.

You will be compensated for your time, effort and travel to UNC.

If you are interested in finding out more about this study, please call.


Contact Name:
Contact Phone: 919-843-6101


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine

Title: Do You Cough Frequently?

Category: Acid Reflux



Do you wonder why?

If you are a non-smoking male or female between the ages of 18 - 70 who has had a cough for more than 8 weeks, and are not taking any acid reflux medication- you may be eligible for a research study investigating GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) as a potential cause of cough.

If you are interested in learning more about this study, please call.


Contact Name:
Contact Phone: 919-966-0764


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine



Title: Alzheimer's Disease Clinical Trial

Category: Alzheimer's Disease



  • Moderate to severe-stage Alzheimer's Disease
  • Must have caregiver accompany to all visits
  • 50 years of age or older
  • Currently taking Aricept, Exelon or Razzadyne

For further information, please call.
Contact Name: Alyssa Braaten
Contact Phone: 919-966-5039


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine

Title: Have you taken Prilosec OTC?

Category: Acid Reflux



Do you meet the following criteria?

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Have not seen a doctor for your heartburn symptoms within the past 6 months
  • Currently taking or have taken at least 14 tablets of Prilosec OTC in the past 4 months
  • Have a history of frequent heartburn (at least 2 times a week on average prior to using Prilosec OTC)

If so, you may qualify to participate in a clinical research study. Study examinations and procedures including an edoscopy will be provided.

If someone you know would like to participate in this study, please call the phone number listed below to find out if you qualify. (IRB: 05-MED-646


Contact Name:
Contact Phone: 919-966-7780


Research Center: UNC School of Medicine







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