Active Studies

The goal of this study is to explore the impact of two different diets (conventional vs.
enhanced stop light) and two different delivery systems (face-to-face vs. remote) on weight
across 18 months in overweight and obese adolescents with intellectual and developmental
disabilities.

The purpose of this study is to identify genes that increase the risk of developing
vasculitis, a group of severe diseases that feature inflammation of blood vessels. Results
of these studies will provide vasculitis researchers with insight into the causes of these
diseases and generate new ideas for diagnostic tests and therapies, and will be of great
interest to the larger communities of researchers investigating vasculitis and other
autoimmune, inflammatory, and vascular diseases.

Multi-center, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial to evaluate the efficacy of
abatacept to achieve sustained glucocorticoid-free remission in patients with relapsing
non-severe granulomatosis with polyangiitis (Wegener's) (GPA) . Participants will be
randomized 1:1 to receive either abatacept 125 mg or placebo administered by subcutaneous
injection once a week. Participants will continue on study treatment for a minimum of 12
months unless they experience a disease relapse or disease flare.

Participants who experience a non-severe disease relapse, non-severe disease worsening, or
who have not achieved remission by month 6 will have the option of entering an open-label
trial period whereby they would receive open-label abatacept.

The purpose of this study is to determine if intrathecal hydromorphone will relieve pain as
well as intrathecal morphine after cesarean delivery, with fewer side effects.

The purpose of this study is to collect clinical and epidemiological data as well as serum,
plasma, urine, tissue and DNA samples on individuals who have acute liver failure and on
individuals who have acute liver injury, a less severe group of patients who have
coagulopathy but do not reach the threshold of encephalopathy.

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