Teenage Sexuality Study
Division of Pediatric Urology at Riley Hospital for Children, Indiana University
- Research Project 1- Intravesical Probiotic for Urinary Symptoms (Indwelling)
- This study is for individuals with Spina Bifida who are 18 years of age or older and who live in the Washington, DC area
- Research Project 3- Connected Catheter Quality of Life Study
- This study is for men who are 18 years and over, and also for caregivers of someone who has a neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction who has previously participated in a connected catheter study.
If you are interested in or have questions about this study, please contact Mandy Rounds, PhD at Amanda.K.Rounds@medstar.net or 202-877-1591
Would you like to help researchers with The University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital? They are inviting parents of children with Spina Bifida to identify the factors that influenced their decision between having prenatal (before birth) or postnatal (after birth) surgery. They also want to identify what supports or resources expecting parents need during the time of their surgery.
This research project is being conducted by Corrie Fabelo, a genetic counseling student at The University of Cincinnati. The principal investigator of the study is Beatrix Wong, a genetic counselor at the Division of Human Genetics, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
The survey should take about 25 minutes to complete. The first 200 participants to complete the full survey will receive a $5 gift card! If you have any questions, please contact Corrie Fabelo at email@example.com.