RESOLVE supports scientific and clinical research that promotes knowledge, understanding, and well-being of people experiencing infertility and other family building challenges. We list research studies open to individuals as an educational and information service only. The posting of research studies on this website is not an endorsement or recommendation of such studies.

To participate or learn more about a study, please click on the link associated with the study below.

To post a study, please complete this application. Researchers are not allowed to contact RESOLVE support groups or volunteers directly.

Male Reproductive Health Initiative (MRHI): Male Infertility Questionnaire

You are invited to be in a research study of men who have faced infertility. You were selected as a possible participant because you have experience with male infertility.

MRHI is a global collaboration dedicated to advancing the science and practice of male reproductive medicine. The MRHI accomplishes its mission by promoting and contributing to high quality research in both basic and clinical science, forging collaborative relationships with professional societies to contribute to a mission of education, and through advocacy of MRHI to all stakeholders including patient support groups, funding agencies, non-for-profit organizations, industry, and the public.

The questionnaire is executed in cooperation with Fertility Europe, which is an umbrella organisation of European infertility patient associations.

Learn more here: https://q.surveypal.com/MRHI-questionnaire/language-selection
Survey closes 11/1/2021

Moral Decision-Making Regarding Infertility Treatments Among American Catholics

We’re looking for women between ages 18-65 who identify as Catholic and have experienced infertility or have used/considered using reproductive technologies to participate in a study examining how Catholics rely on faith to cope with infertility and make decisions about whether and how to treat infertility.

Participants will be asked to participate in a 1-2 hour interview over the phone or video-chat. The interview will involve questions about one’s experience of infertility, one’s faith practices, and one’s opinions on reproductive technologies. Participating in this study is completely voluntary and you are free to stop at any time. We hope to use the results of this research to contribute to scholarly research regarding how faith influences how women cope with infertility and discern treatment for it.

If you would like more information about being in this study, you can contact Emma Mcdonald, at 410.456.1682 or Emma.mcdonald@bc.edu. If you know someone who may be a good fit for this study, please feel free to forward this email/send this post/announcement to them.

Survey closes 10/1/2021

PCOS Stories: A Qualitative Study

Researchers at Eastern Tennessee State University are studying Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. We are looking for individuals to share their experiences with PCOS via a brief and confidential interview by phone, or online platform. Participants will receive $20. You must be at least 18 years old and be diagnosed with PCOS. To participate go to:
http://j.mp/2E1ESUy

Survey closes 9/1/2021

Pre-IVF Treatment with a GnRH Antagonist in Women with Endometriosis – A Prospective Double-blind Placebo-controlled Trial (PREGnant)

To compare cumulative live birth rates from In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer (IVF-ET) cycles in women with endometriosis treated with a 60-day course of oral GnRH antagonist ORILISSA™ (elagolix) vs placebo prior to embryo transfer (ET). Must be between 18 years and 38 years old. The trial will last 50 months. Please contact Hugh S. Taylor, MD from Yale School of Medicine by email at hugh.taylor@yale.edu or call 203-785-4001.

Survey closes 10/1/2024

Telemedicine for Fertility Treatment During COVID-19 Pandemic: A Survey Study of Patient Attitudes

Have you used telehealth before for infertility care? If yes, please take our survey! Telehealth visits have quickly expanded since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. It has been shown in some medical specialties to be easy to use and liked by patients. However, the fertility journey is uniquely personal and how YOU as a patient may feel about seeking fertility care using telehealth visits is not well known. Please help us gain more insight by taking this brief 3-5 minute anonymous survey. Your responses will shed light on whether telehealth visits should continue in the future and what improvements should be made. Thank you!

Learn more here: https://redcap.ucdenver.edu/surveys/?s=JXEM3D938Y
Survey closes on 7/31/21

The Infertility Penalty: Is the Work Needed to “Become a Mother” Negatively Associated with Women’s Employment Outcomes?

If you have been diagnosed with infertility and are trying to become pregnant, you may be eligible to participate in a research study to better understand how infertility affects women’s work lives.

You are eligible to participate in this research study if you:

  • Are a woman between the ages of 25-45
  • Have been diagnosed with infertility
  • Are trying to become pregnant
  • Worked at least 20 hours/week when you started trying to become pregnant

Participants will receive a $20 gift card (Target, Starbucks, etc.) for one 30-minute Zoom/phone interview.

If you have questions about the study, call, text or email Mary Noonan, PhD at mary-noonan-1@uiowa.edu or 319-209-1114.
Survey closes 8/31/2021