STUDY: Are you a woman living with HIV/AIDS with a history of drug or alcohol use?

Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL

Research Description & Purpose

Researchers at Rush University Medical Center are conducting a study on attention and memory among women who are living with HIV/AIDS and have used alcohol or drugs. 

Would the study be a good fit for me?

This study may be a good fit for you if you meet the following criteria:

  • Are a woman age 18 to 60
  • Have ever used drugs and alcohol
  • Are living with HIV/AIDS

What would happen if I took part in the study?

  • Brief telephone interview for general information and screening
  • Two, three-hour visits to 2150 W. Harrison St., Chicago
  • Questionnaires and computerized tests of memory and attention 
  • Questions about medical history, mood and alcohol/drug use

Study participants receive monetary compensation for time and transportation at each visit.

Location

This research will take place at 2150 W. Harrison St. in Chicago

Contact Information

If you are interested in more information about this study, please contact:

  • Haley Sullins, (312) 942-4148
  • Sida Chen, (312) 942-4147

All inquiries are strictly confidential

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