Research Studies

Check out our open research studies!

• University of Ottawa Study:

Are you an adolescent or young adult (16-39 years) who has completed primary cancer treatment? Researchers from the University of Ottawa want to hear from you to better understand the relationship between physical activity, cognitive function, and mental health in young persons treated for cancer. Participation in this online study involves completing a survey, completing three short neuropsychological tests, and possibly participating in an interview (this will only apply to a small subset of participants).

EMAIL [email protected] TO SIGN UP 

• Oregon State University Studies:

Support networks are important and can help people navigate health care before and after cancer in many different ways. The “Thriving Together” qualitative study is open to transgender and gender diverse cancer survivors and members of their support network. Participants must be at least 18 years old.


• University of Hawai’i Cancer Center

The University of Hawaiʻi Cancer Center is running a mobile app study to see how it impacts different areas of well-being in cancer survivors – namely, anxiety and cancer-related neuropathy. We are currently asking people who have been diagnosed with cancer and finished primary treatment if they would like to use a mobile app for mindfulness meditation to see if it impacts anxiety or neuropathy.

Interested participants will be asked to follow the link for either anxiety OR neuropathy and to participate in ONE of the studies, for one time only.

CLICK HERE for the anxiety study.

CLICK HERE for the neuropathy study.

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

View our Research Project Guidelines here.