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Research

CNRC Clinical Studies and Research Opportunities

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Nutrition During Pregnancy Study

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Seeking pregnant and non-pregnant volunteers for a study of how nutritional needs change with pregnancy.

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Infants and Toddlers (0-2 years)

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Baylor Infant and Toddler Biomarker of Nutrition Study (BITBONS)

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Seeking infants 4 months and younger for a study of whether an optical skin measurement can tell us what infants and toddlers eat.

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Preschoolers (3-5 years)

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Technology Effects on Child Health (TECH) Study

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Seeking children 3-4 years old for a study examining screen media use effects on children’s sleep, growth, learning, memory, problem-solving, and development.

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The Goodnight Screen Media Study

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Children 4 years of age are needed for a research study about the effects of screen media use on children's sleep.

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School-aged children (6-12 years)

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Pain Management Strategy for Children with Functional Gastrointestinal Pain Disorders 

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Children 7-12 years of age with chronic belly pain are needed for a research study. The study will find out if a few simple tests will tell us which treatment will be most effective.

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A Pediatric Gastroparesis Registry

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Slow stomach emptying can cause belly pain, nausea and vomiting. This study will learn how slow stomach emptying affects children and how we might treat it.

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Adolescents (12-18 years)

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Bone Health and Metabolism in Youth

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Adolescents and young adults (ages 12-18 years; normal weight and overweight) with and without type 2 diabetes are needed for a study of bone health and risk of heart disease in youth.

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FIT24: Using Technology to improve activity and sleep in Hispanic youth

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Hispanic adolescents (14-16 years) are needed for a study of healthy lifestyle goal setting and attainment.

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Type 2 Diabetes and Bone Health in Youth: A Longitudinal Study

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Adolescents and young adults (ages 12-17 years; normal weight and overweight) with and without type 2 diabetes are needed for research on the effect of childhood onset diabetes on bone health and strength.
 

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Arginine Metabolism in Pediatric Type 2 Diabetes (ARMET)

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Seeking 12-20 year olds with and without Type 2 diabetes for a study of how a nutrient, arginine, impacts health during type 2 diabetes.

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