Are you interested in joining the Asian health conversation? We need volunteers like YOU to ensure that Asians are adequately represented in health research. Make your voice heard by joining the Stanford Research Registry, or check out what other studies are currently recruiting volunteers.
Volunteers like you are essential partners in helping our physicians and scientists find new ways to improve the health and well-being of millions of people through research. Join Stanford and other volunteers in our Research Registry. Stanford's Research Registry connects people like you with teams conducting research to improve healthcare. If you are eligible for a study, researchers may contact you to see if you would like to learn more. Please read the information sheet and complete the online survey to get involved!
Aldehyde dehydrogenase enzyme is responsible for the oxidation of metabolic intermediates which often enter the body through alcohol consumption. Errors in expression often lead to the buildup of toxic intermediates which have proven to be detrimental to humans. This study aims to determine if there is a reproductive phenotype associated with the expression of aldehyde dehydrogenase, or lack thereof, in addition to the physiological changes which occur in individuals who lack expression of this enzyme.
At UCSF, the Collaborative Approach for Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders Research and Education (CARE) seeks participants to address the gap and reduce disparities in research participation among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) through the creation of a registry of AAPI who are interested in participating in various types of research such as Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (ADRD), aging, and caregiving related research that affects our health across the lifespan. Now Stanford's CARE joined the CARE's community Advisory Board!
Our partner, South Asian Family Approaches to Disease (SAFAD), would like to call you to join us in a study for South Asians with breast cancer and their families to better understand the unique cancer care needs of South Asians by using your voice. Each participant could receive up to $100 for participating in the study.
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