Check out our open research studies!
• Colgate University
We are looking to speak to adult cancer survivors over the age of 18 years old about their experiences with friendships after receiving a cancer diagnosis. Given the importance of friendship on health and wellbeing and the gap of the research done on this topic, this study is important because it has the potential to encourage healthcare providers to establish a more patient-centered approach to their care and treatment models. The online interview can be completed between 30-60 minutes. To qualify you must 1. Be over the age of 18 years old 2. Live in the U.S., and 3. Previously have been diagnosed with a form of cancer and are cancer free.
If you are interested in participating or have any questions, you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Ball State University
New research study for Young Adults! This research opportunity allows you to share your lived experiences of your cancer journey and how your relationship with your oncologist shaped your wellbeing. Participants will have the chance to earn a $20 Amazon gift card for your time. Your contribution would be incredibly meaningful and appreciated. Contact Danielle at email@example.com with any questions. Please use the provided questionnaire link below:
• Baylor University
Baylor University is inviting individuals who are Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) cancer survivors to participate in a research study about the care they received. This study is specifically for AYA patients who were diagnosed with cancer between the ages of 15 to 39 and are now 18 years of age or older. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The questionnaire will take around 10 minutes to complete. Please use the provided questionnaire link below:
• Young Adult Cancer Survivors Healthy Eating and Active Lifestyle (YACS HEAL) Study:
• Hunter College Studies:
RISE: Want to share your experiences as a sexual and/or gender minority cancer survivor? 18 to 39-year-olds are needed for an interview on relationships, self-esteem, and intimacy. Payment of $80 when you complete the interview!
SPICE: Young adult cancer survivors aged 18-39 needed for a one-time survey study about sexual health and body image. Payment of $15!
• University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center
Coping Beyond Cancer (CBC) is a two-year, post-treatment study focusing on the health of young adult cancer survivors (25-39 years old) and their partners. The study aims to examine short- and long-term changes in stress, health behaviors, and quality of life.
• Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
We are a research team led by Dr. Kerryn Reding at the University of Washington working on technology to help young adult cancer survivors sleep better – we need your feedback to make the best technology possible! Fill out surveys and join an online focus group with other cancer survivors, all from home; we’re looking for those aged 18 – 39 who have completed treatment and have sleep concerns. See if you’re eligible:
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