Dayton Children's in need of infants, children and teens for research studies
The medical genetics department at The Children's Medical Center is looking for children age's newborn to 20-years-old for a bone density study. If you or someone you know has a healthy child and willing to give a little bit of time, your child may qualify to participate in a research study to assess bone density.
If your child is selected, you will:
- Be invited for a one-time visit to radiographically image the legs and one arm with a low dose radiation procedure
- Receive compensation for travel and parking
For more information, call Wright State University's study line at 937-775-4695 and leave your name and phone number.
The bone density research study is being conducted by BioMedical Imaging Laboratory, Dayton Children's and Wright State University.
The gastroenterology department at Dayton Children's is also looking for healthy kids and teenagers ages 10 to 18-years-old to participate in a stool study.
For more information, call Debbie Cunningham at Dayton Children's at 937-641-5267.
If your child qualifies for the study, you will receive compensation for time and travel.
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