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Research Studies

Check out our open research studies!

• 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

The questionnaire will take around 10 minutes to complete. Please use the provided questionnaire link below:


• 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 Florida

University of Florida is seeking to interview adolescent and young adult cancer patients and survivors as part of a research study about their experiences communicating with parents and clinicians. Participants must be currently age 18-32 years old and diagnosed with blood cancer between ages of 15-29. Participants must be either in active treatment or up to 3 years since the end of treatment. 

The interview will be conducted by phone or Zoom and will take about an hour. Eligible participants will receive a $25 gift card by mail. By participating, you can help researchers improve oncology care and contribute to interventions that help parents and clinicians better support patients/survivors like yourself.


• 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:

Interested in partnering with Stupid Cancer for your next research project? 

View our Research Project Guidelines here.