ColorAdo ReseArch on Menopause & Early Life Stress Study: Remote Participation
HEALTHY FEMALES NEEDED FOR RESEARCH Dr. Christina Metcalf at the University of Colorado is investigating how early life experiences affect thinking, mood, and stress during the menopause transition. Study participation consists of five study sessions (all completed virtually from your home), over the course of 2 months. These visits will consist of questionnaires about your mood and some stressful life events; thinking and mood assessments; collection of hair, saliva, and blood microsamples; and a stress task. You may be eligible if you are: In late perimenopause or early post-menopause stage Not taking exogenous hormones Not taking steroid, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories, beta-blocker medications, or certain supplements Not a smoker Participation in the study is voluntary. Eligible participants will receive compensation via e-gift cards for completing study activities.
Childrens Hospital Colorado
Department Specific Free Standing Clinic
Christina Metcalf, PhD, MA
Protocol Number: 20-1715
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