This page lists research studies currently affiliated with Student Health Services, and information on how you can participate.
Do you experience clitoral pain?
A group of researchers at McGill University is seeking women who experience clitoral pain (Clitorodynia) to participate in an online study designed to collect demographic information, assess pain symptoms, and potential causes of this important women's health issue. If you believe you suffer from this problem, or have been diagnosed with Clitorodynia, we would like your help! This research project is directed by Dr. Mayte Parada, Department of Psychology, McGill University. Participation includes a 30-minute online questionnaire - no pain will be experienced or health risks posed. All personal information is strictly confidential and will not be shared with third parties. Participants will be entered into a raffle for one of two gift cards from amazon.com (odds are approximately 1 in 100).
To partipate, simply fill out the questionnaire.
The CATCH study is seeking participants: Help evaluate a new method of preventing HPV!
McGill's Division of Cancer Epidemiology has recently lauched a study to test the effectiveness of a topical gel containing Carrageenan in preventing the transmission of the human papillomavirus (HPV). Carrageenan is a natural gelling agent derived from red algae and comonly used in the food industry and cosmetic products.
The study – called CATCH, an acronym for Carrageenan-gel Against Transmission of Cervical HPV – is currently seeking sexually-active female participants aged 18-24. Participants will receive free lubricant and compensation up to $244 over one year of study participation.
For more information, please visit the CATCH website, or contact CATCH at 514-398-8191!