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The Ovarian Health Study

Closed for Recruitment

Study Background

The Ovarian Health Study

Open for Recruitment

Additional Information

 

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AMH (anti-müllerian hormone) is a hormone produced in the ovaries.

The research team is investigating possibility of developing assays (lab analyses) to measure AMH in urine.

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Eligibility

This study has completed enrollment.

  • Female aged 25-29
  • Non-pregnant and non-breastfeeding
  • Not used tobacco or nicotine products in the past 6 months
  • Not taken birth control pills or hormones in the past 3 months
  • Have not had Depo-Provera shots in the past 6 months
  • Not taken any prescription medications in the past month

What will you do?

  • Visit the NIEHS Clinical Research Unit in Research Triangle Park, NC for a one-hour study visit.
  • Donate 42mL (approximately 3 tablespoons) of blood and provide two urine samples.

Why Participate?

  • Be part of a research project to help scientists at NIEHS develop useful laboratory tools for reproductive epidemiology.
  • Participants will receive monetary compensation of $65 for providing samples for this research project.

Study Location

Sample collections are conducted at the NIEHS Clinical Research Unit located in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.

Protocol Number: 10-E-0063

Sub-project under Protocol 10-E-0063—Sample Collection Registry for Quality Control of Biological and Environmental Specimens and Assay Development and Testing

Contact / Information

For more information, please contact Nicole Edwards at (919) 316-4976

Principal Investigator

Donna D. Baird, Ph.D.
Donna Baird, Ph.D.
Senior Investigator
Tel 919-541-2786
Fax 301-480-3290
baird@niehs.nih.gov
P.O. Box 12233
Mail Drop A3-05
Durham, N.C. 27709
Rebecca L. Church
Clinical Research Coordinator
Tel 919-541-9843
rebecca.church@nih.gov