Looking for Research Participants with Asthma and Allergies
The Center for Healthy Minds seeks individuals with asthma and allergies interested to participate in a research study at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
UW-Madison Pulmonary Research and the Center for Healthy Minds are looking for participants with asthma and allergies. Drs. William Busse and Melissa Rosenkranz are conducting an NIH study to better understand the relationship between airway inflammation and the brain.
Participants will complete screening procedures including pulmonary function and allergy skin tests. The study consists of 6 visits; visits can last from 1-8.5 hours. Study visits include breathing tests, allergy skin testing, brain imaging, computer tasks, and collection of blood samples. Although this is not a treatment study, all study participants will be monitored closely during the study and will have access to asthma and allergy specialists if needed.
Participants must be:
- ages 18-50
- have an asthma diagnosis
Compensation up to $500 is provided
If you are interested, please take a few minutes to complete this survey.
Please feel free to share this information with anyone who might be interested in learning more about this study.
YOU WILL BE CONTACTED ONLY IF YOU APPEAR TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE RESEARCH STUDY.
If you have questions or would like more information about our programs please email [email protected] or call the number listed below.
The University of Wisconsin
Asthma, Allergy, and Pulmonary Research
608-263-0524Thank you for helping us improve the lives of people with asthma!