Current Research

 

 Title of Study

 

Who may be eligible to participate?

 

 Further Information

  Umbilical Cord Blood Donation Program  

Pregnant women at >34 weeks gestational age who are not planning private cord blood storage and meet all eligibility criteria.  No compensation.

 

508-334-6678

  To evaluate the role of antimullerian hormone (AMH) in ovarian reserve testing   Healthy non-pregnant women between 30-45 years old seeking treatment for infertility and who have already been scheduled to undergo a Clomid challenge test.  No compensation.  

 508-334-6678
Department of Ob/Gyn; Principal Investigator: 
Shaila Chauhan, MD

  Determining the utility of urinary incontinence in women  

1)  Healthy female volunteers at least 18 years of age and 2) women at least 18 years of age who have undergone a urodynamic evaluation for urinary incontinence.  Compensation provided.

 

508-334-6678
Department of Ob/Gyn; Principal Investigator: 
Danielle Patterson, MD

  Patient-Operated Valved Catheter Versus Indwelling Transurethral Catheter:  Randomized Controlled Trial  

Study not yet open to enrollment.

Female patients at least 18 years of age who are scheduled to undergo urogynecologic surgery(surgery for urinary incontinence and/or pelvic organ prolpapse).  No compensation. 

 

508-334-6678
Department of Ob/Gyn; Principal Investigator: 
Danielle Patterson, MD

  Impact of hormones on mood in pregnancy and postpartum depression   Pregnant women 18-40 years of age who are >28 weeks pregnant either healthy or with mild depressive/anxiety symptoms.  Compensation provided.  

Contact: Kristina Delgiannidis
Department of Psychiatry

  Stress in pregnancy and development of postpartum depression   Pregnant women 18-40 years of age who are >24 weeks pregnant either healthy or with mild depressive/anxiety symptoms. Compensation provided.  

Contact: Kristina Delgiannidis 
Department of Psychiatry

 

  Mood, Menstrual Cycle and Menopause   Women diagnosed with bipolar disorder who are 40-60 years of age, menstruating regularly, irregularly or it has been less than 5 years since last menstrual period.  Compensation provided.  

Contact:  Wendy Marsh 

Department of Psychiatry