Special clinical studies designed to bring medical advancements and opportunities to women in Central Ohio. From contraceptives to menopausal treatment alternatives, we have a variety of studies open and available to you.
Below are listed the current studies we are conducting. If you are interested in finding out more or taking part in one of these clinical trials, use the contact form or call us.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder common among women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS may have infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods or excess male hormone (androgen) levels. The ovaries may develop numerous small collections of fluid (follicles) and fail to regularly release eggs.
Signs and symptoms of PCOS vary. A diagnosis of PCOS is made when you experience at least two of these signs:
PCOS signs and symptoms are typically more severe if you're obese.
Despite being one of the most common hormonal disorders in women of reproductive age, few therapeutic options are available for women with PCOS that directly address the underlying pathophysiology of disease. Clinical studies are an important step to understanding the cause of and finding treatment for PCOS. If you have concerns about your menstrual periods, or if you are experiencing infertility, or if you have signs of excess androgen such as worsening hirsutism, acne and male-pattern baldness, you may be eligible to participate in a new research study or clinical trial.
Participants may receive study-related exams, physician care, investigational study drug, and compensation for time and travel. To get started, find out if you qualify by completing our online volunteer form.
Hypoactive sexual desire disorder is a sexual dysfunction in which individuals either have low or non-existent sexual desire. This condition can be acquired or be lifelong.
If you suffer from hypoactive sexual desire disorder or inhibited sexual desire, you may qualify for a clinical trial. Many experimental medications are being tested now that may boost sexual desire in women. By participating in a clinical trial, you gain access to medication before it is generally available.
Aventiv Research is currently researching a hyposexual desire disorder medication. If you qualify, you will receive all the necessary examinations, lab work and medication at no cost. You may also be compensated for your time and travel.
If you are a woman between the ages of 40 and 65, and are suffering from hot flashes and sweating due to menopause, you are invited to see if you may qualify for our new clinical trial. The purpose of this research study is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medication for menopause associated hot flashes and sweating.
Each individual will be evaluated to determine her eligibility to participate in this study. If you qualify, you will receive investigational medication, study-related exams, and laboratory services at no charge. You may also be reimbursed for time and travel and other expenses.
In order to participate in the trial, women must be evaluated by a trial doctor and meet certain requirements including:
Low Libido, aka Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder is a sexual disorder resulting in low or non-existent sex drives. It is a multi-faceted disorder that can be caused by physical or mental issues or a combination of both. Factors such as low testosterone, other medical problems such as depression or other medications you may be on can contribute.
If you suffer from low libido or HSDD, you may qualify for a clinical trial. There are a number of ongoing clinical trials for medications that help combat low libido in women. Participating in clinical trials provides access to medicine that is not generally available yet. Aventiv is currently working on a medication for women experiencing low libido. If you believe you qualify for a trial, contact us today to get involved.
This is a great way to make extra money and be involved in a research study that will help and benefit many people to come. I’ve really enjoyed myself with the program and with the staff.
"Thank you for your courtesy and kindness. I felt confident and comfortable. I would recommend the research study here. My coordinator was awesome and very caring."
Any stigma or hesitation about clinical research should be disregarded. A good learning program for research studies.
It's a good way to find out if there's some new drugs that can help people that have problems like mine and the people here are just wonderful to work with.