Current Studies

Implant Birth Control Study
We’re evaluating investigational medications in this area.
Uterine Fibroid Study
We’re evaluating investigational medications in this area.
IUD Birth Control Study
We’re evaluating investigational medications in this area.
Sexual Dysfunction
We’re evaluating investigational medications in this area.

We are always looking for research participants to volunteer for our studies. If you do not see a study on our website that interests you, you may join our database to receive notifications for future studies!  We offer studies ranging from trials for healthy volunteers, to chronic disease.

Back Pain
Low back pain is a common problem affecting 80% of adults, at some point in their lives. Some individuals suffer with chronic low back pain and have not found relief with current treatments. Low-back pain is the leading cause of work related disabilities. Clinical research studies investigate new medications for relief of lower back pain.  Read More »

Birth Control
There are a variety of birth control methods available, such as : the pill, diaphragm, IUD, vaginal ring, condom and patch. Not all methods are for all women. Medical factors like smoking, high blood pressure, and blood clots, have an impact on choice. However, through clinical research trials, more methods will become available and tolerable for all women.  Read More »


Endometriosis is a condition in which the lining of the uterus grows outside of the uterus over the tubes, ovaries and lining of the pelvis. The result of this growth causes pain associated with intercourse and menses. The pain can be chronic causing difficulty with school, work and home life.  Read More »

Uterine fibroids are noncancerous growths of the uterus, which often appear during childbearing years. There is no definite answer why women develop uterine fibroids and not all women have symptoms. Symptoms will vary, but may include: painful periods, abnormal or heavy bleeding.  Read More »

Hot Flashes or Menopause
Menopause is defined as occurring 6-12 months after your last menstrual period. The average age in the United States is 51; however, it can occur in your 40’s and 50’s. Menopause is a natural biological process. Symptoms may disrupt your sleep, lower your energy sexual drive for some women.  Read More »

Osteoarthritis is the wear and tear of the cartilage surrounding the bone that occurs over time. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis, and is estimated to affect 15% of people worldwide.   Read More »

Painful Periods (Dysmenorrhea)
Dysmenorrhea is the medical term for painful menstrual cramps. Some women experience periods that are much more painful and heavier than normal. These symptoms can be severe for some women.  Read More »

Sexual Dysfunction
Sexual Dysfunction is difficulty with pleasure, arousal, orgasm or desire with sexual activity. This leads to interpersonal relationship disturbances. This can be manifest by guilt, anxiety or stress. Many socio-economic factors influence sexual dysfunction including race, ethnicity, finance, employment, education and religion.  Read More »

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