Utah Childrens Project: A Study Before, During, and after Pregnancy
Environment and genetics can impact the health of families for generations. We want to learn more about how exposures to the environment affect the health and development of children before, during, and after pregnancy. Research is needed to understand how various physical, chemical, biological, social, behavioral, and natural environments may relate to childhood diseases. The information we gain may lead to better health for future generations.
- All genders
- All Ages
- Healthy Volunteers
- In Person
Who can participate?
Gender: All genders
Age: All Ages
Volunteers: Healthy Volunteers
Location: In Person
- Female and male ages 18 to 49 years trying to become pregnant
- Female ages 18 and older who are pregnant
- Willing to provide samples for genetic testing
- Attend and complete clinic, home, and hospital visits in Salt Lake City and Logan
- Female and/or male with issues becoming pregnant
- Use of injected or implantable hormonal birth control 2 months before participation
- Female trying to become pregnant who has fewer than 9 menstrual flows 12 months before participation unless it is due to breastfeeding, IUD, or pregnancy
Will I be paid for my time?