Endometriosis Brain Imaging Study
The Endometriosis Brain Imaging Study seeks to understand why some people with endometriosis have pain. Women 12-44 years old may be eligible for the study.
The NOTE-2 (Novel Treatments for Endometriosis) Study is a 6-month clinical trial currently being offered. This research study is investigating whether an existing non-hormonal medication is effective for controlling pain and symptoms of endometriosis. We will be comparing this study medication to a placebo pill.
Dietary Intervention to Reduce Pain in People with Endometriosis
Volunteers are needed for a dietary study to reduce pain in people with endometriosis. You may be eligible if you are ages 18-45 years and have endometriosis.
Women’s Health Study: From Adolescence to Adulthood (A2A)
A2A is a longitudinal study exploring women’s health conditions over a lifespan.
NOTE Pilot Study
The NOTE Pilot Study was a 6 month clinical trial comparing two medications for the treatment of endometriosis pain.
The SAGE Trial was a 6 month trial exploring the effects of nutrition on the development and severity of the symptoms of endometriosis. Research results were published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
The Progression Study was a substudy of the Women’s Health Study: From Adolescence to Adulthood designed to learn more about endometriosis. Participants were asked to provide a saliva and blood sample at pre-op (before surgery), post-op (6 weeks after surgery), and 1 year after surgery.