There are currently 4 active clinical trials seeking participants for Hair Loss research studies. The states with the highest number of trials for Autism participants are Florida
, New Jersey
and New York
Safety and Efficacy Evaluation of the Mosaic Ultra Device
Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of the Mosaic Ultra 1550nm system for the treatment of skin tone and texture, facial rejuvenation, photoaging, wrinkles, scars, stretch marks, acne vulgaris and hair loss.
Between 18 years and 60 years
Advanced Dermatology, Lincolnshire, Illinois +2 locations
Conditions: Skin Texture Disorder, Photoaging, Wrinkle, Scar, Stretch Mark, Acne Vulgaris, Hair Loss
Natural History and Pathogenesis of Alopecia in Children and Adults
Alopecia is the loss of hair or lack of hair growth. It is often related to an immune disorder that disrupts the growth of hair. Hair loss can affect a person s physical and mental health. The causes of alopecia are not well understood. This natural history study will examine causes of alopecia so better treatments can be developed.
To learn why some people have alopecia. This study will look at factors related to genes, the immune system, and the bacteria, viruses, and... Read More
Between 2 years and 120 years
Locations: National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, Bethesda, Maryland
Conditions: Hair Loss
Blood Specimen Collection For Laboratory Assay Research
To collect lab data from capillary and venous blood specimens for use in analytical research studies to support the development and validation of laboratory procedures.
Locations: Roman Health Ventures Study Site, San Francisco, California
Conditions: General; Metabolic Disorder, Sexual Dysfunction, Hair Loss, Pathology
Cleansing Device for the Treatment of Scalp and Hair Conditions
The objective of this study is to evaluate an improvement of scalp health after the use of an investigational off-label WaterPik and brush device aimed to massage and cleanse the scalp.
Locations: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Conditions: Dandruff, Seborrheic Dermatitis, Hair Loss