Check out our open research studies!
• Hunter College Study:
The Psycho-Oncology Lab at Hunter College (CUNY) is seeking research participants for a paid survey study. Earn up to $20 for participation. To see if you are eligible, complete the online screener.
• Boston College Study:
The primary focus of the current research project centers on investigating racial and ethnic genetic testing disparities with regard to access to genetic testing information, medical treatment as well as the psycho-social impacts of living with hereditary cancer among communities of color.
Female-Identifying: CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP
Male-Identifying: CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP
• UNC Chapel Hill Study:
We’ve teamed up with researchers from UNC to learn how to make online cancer support resources better for you. They are conducting a research study to hear what you think about apps, platforms, and social media for connecting with other young adults with cancer. This study has 2 online surveys, one you can take now and another one they’ll send you in about one month. If you have 20 minutes, are 18-39 years old, and had a cancer diagnosis between the ages of 15-39, you are eligible to sign up.
• Vanderbilt University Study:
Join Vanderbilt University nurse researchers with a passion for helping adolescents and young adults with cancer (ages 15-25). If you are a young adult (ages 18-25) or a parent of an adolescent (ages 15-17) who have diagnosed with any type of cancer, you or your child may be eligible to this study. You (or your child) can create stories to share with nurses during a 5-week online storytelling program.
• 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).
• UNC Greensboro Study:
AYA cancer survivors! Are you at least 18 years of age and one year post-cancer treatment? We are seeking participants for a study on the needs of AYA cancer survivors and the potential benefits of genetic counseling. We hope that this study will improve survivorship care. Participation involves an online survey that will take 15-20 minutes to complete.