Current Studies

We are currently seeking individuals to participate in our clinical studies.  Study participants will receive study medication, study-related procedures at no cost and may also receive compensation for time and travel.

Please check back regularly for potential studies which may be of interest to you. You can also give us at call at 316-425-6333 to inquire about our studies or register online.

List of Current Studies


DARE – Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (Click here to learn more)

Female Sexual Arousal Disorder study is evaluating an investigational cream (home use) for premenopausal women who experience difficulty in maintaining a sufficient physical response to sexual stimulation.

SKYLARK Study – Postpartum Depression (Click here to learn more)

The SKYLARK STUDY is a research study evaluating an investigational oral medication to see if it reduces symptoms of severe postpartum depression (PPD). The investigational oral medication is thought to act by affecting chemicals in the brain that influence mood.

PURSUIT Trial – Stress Urinary Incontinence (Click here to learn more)

Stress Urinary Incontinence Study Clinical trial for premenopausal women who leak urine during everyday activities due to stress urinary incontinence (SUI).

ELARIS EM-COC Endometriosis Study (Click here to learn more)

The ELARIS EM-COC study is evaluating the safety and effectiveness of an oral investigational medication when taken together with a combined oral contraceptive that contains estrogen and progesterone, in premenopausal women that are experiencing endometriosis pain.

TRANSFORM Trial – Overactive Bladder (Click here to learn more)

If you’re living with Overactive Bladder (OAB) and haven’t had lasting success with medications, you may qualify for the TRANSFORM Trial. The study is for the Hologic Trigone Radiofrequency (RF) Device – an investigational device designed to reduce urinary leakage and improve bladder function

Ferring Endometriosis Study (Click here to learn more)

This study is a clinical trial to investigate the effects of an extended release vaginal ring to reduce moderate to severe endometriosis-related pain.