Interstitial Cystitis Studies
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Temporomandibular Disorders Studies
Patients Needed in Baltimore MD Area: Biobehavioral Pain Management in TMD Research Study
Researchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the University of Maryland Dental School are looking for volunteers with widespread pain that includes jaw pain (TMD) to participate in a research study to investigate the effect of three different non-drug treatments on pain and sleep symptoms. If you have fibromyalgia and jaw pain you may be eligible. For additional information, please read through the study information brochure and patient consent form.
Patients Needed in Baltimore MD Area: Study on Genetics and Facial, Jaw and Headache Pain
Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Nursing asked us to post the following announcement on a research opportunity for patients.
Chronic orofacial pain represents an economic burden both in the United States and worldwide affecting 5-10% of the population. Researchers at the University of Maryland, Baltimore have developed a novel and comprehensive genetic, behavioral and imaging approach to study the role of genetic variations on pain mechanisms in healthy participants as well as participants with facial, jaw and headache pain.
Who is eligible to participate?
You may qualify if you:
- Are 18-65 years of age.
- Speak and understand English.
- Are either in good health, or you have had recent headaches, facial pain, and/or jaw pain.
This research study requires:
- One screening visit for ensuring eligibility.
- One experimental study session lasting no more than four hours.
Compensation for all sessions and parking vouchers are provided. If you are interested, please email CollocaLab@son.umaryland.edu or call 410-706-5975
For more information, please read the informational flyer.
Comparative Study of Women Considering or Currently Receiving Botox© Injections for TMJ Pain
Are you a woman within the Los Angeles or New York City areas with TMJ pain in facial muscles, who has either:
a. recently had Botox© injections for your pain or
b. not had Botox© for your pain but has thought about such treatment?
If either is true for you, you may qualify for an observational research study centrally administered by the New York University College of Dentistry. It is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The purpose of this study is to understand potential health risks that may be caused by treating "TMJ pain" with Botox© injections. Potentially eligible women must first complete a brief interview via telephone to confirm eligibility. Click here for further study information and details.