We are collecting data and biological samples from people with infectious or inflammatory conditions of the bowel such as celiac disease, colitis, and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and from people who do not have bowel disease to get a better understanding of these diseases.
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Seeking children who have been diagnosed with influenza in the past 7 days and healthy children willing to donate a blood sample for a study of how influenza affects blood cells of children.
We are seeking healthy adult male and female volunteers who may have been previously infected with a number of viruses to provide blood, oral, and nasal samples. We want to develop new ways to detect and measure viruses, and study the way the immune system fights infection of viruses.
Seeking men and women aged 18 and older who get their care at UMass Memorial clinics to participate in a focus group on outreach materials for COVID-19 vaccination.
Seeking children younger than 18 who have COVID-19 and are at risk for serious disease but have not been hospitalized for a study of an investigational drug.
Seeking men and women aged 65 and older who have been hospitalized for what may be pneumonia for a study of the effectiveness of vaccines against pnuemonia.
Seeking men and women health care workers for an observational study of the effectiveness of COVID vaccine boosters.
Seeking parents of kids aged 5-17 who receive their care at UMass Memorial for a research survey about their intentions on having their child vaccinated against COVID-19.
Seeking babies aged 12 weeks to less than 6 months old for a study of a COVID vaccine.
Seeking babies aged 5 to 24 months old for a study of an mRNA vaccine to prevent respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
Seeking healthy men and women volunteers aged 18-55 for a study of an investigational vaccine against Epstein Barr Virus which is the main cause of mononucleosis.
Seeking healthy adults and adults who have been suffering influenza-like illness for no more than 14 days for a study of how the flu or flu-like infections affect their blood cells.
Seeking neonates (babies up to 28 days old) for a study collecting blood samples to assess a lab test to diagnosis the blood infection sepsis.
Seeking people aged 21 and younger who have lyme disease and likely have meningitis that has not yet been treated. To participate in a study comparing two different antibiotic treatments