Faculty/Staff Announcements

Research Participants Wanted

Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion is looking for paid focus group participants
The Lerner Center seeks men ages 18-64 to share their opinions on healthy eating in a two-hour focus group
Do girls and boys differ before birth? Seeking pregnant women for a study
Pregnant women who plan to deliver at Johns Hopkins Hospital are needed for a research study from late pregnancy until the baby is 6 months old
Volunteers needed for study of chronic hives
The researchers seek participants ages 18 to 65 who have had frequent episodes of chronic hives lasting at least three months
Seeking study participants for biometric device security study
This is an APL research study on the security of commercial and prototype biometric sensors; open time slots through May 25; open to all JHU community members except APL employees
Contraceptive clinical trial for healthy women
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is conducting a clinical trial looking at the effectiveness over one year of use of an investigational contraceptive vaginal ring
Want to participate in a research study on a nonhormonal birth control method?
If you are a healthy woman, age 18 or older, and have regular menstrual cycles, you may be eligible for a research study for an investigational nonhormonal birth control method
Discover trial seeks volunteers to test an investigational medication for Alzheimer's disease
Participants must be between 55 to 85 years old; compensation up to $1,960; located at Bayview Medical Center Campus
Volunteers needed for allergy-immunology study
Seeking volunteers 18 to 65 who have had frequent episodes of hives for at least six months and/or environmental allergies, asthma, or eczema
Volunteers needed for Understanding Social Preferences experiment
The study investigates the relationship between certain types of social preferences and the tolerance for physical discomfort
Child participants needed for language study
Recruiting children 6-8 years old for a language production study on Homewood campus