Bacterial Vaginosis Study at EINSTEIN

Official Name of the Study: Bacterial Vaginosis Study

Medical Field: Gynecology

Purpose of Bacterial Vaginosis  Study 

This is a clinical research study on patients with Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)which is the most common vaginal infection.participation includes two visits with testing and treatment for BV and help improve researchers understanding of the effects of BV on the vagina.

Bacterial Vaginosis Study Details

Study Start Date:01/13/2015
Study Completion Date: 02/09/2015

  • Reimbursement up to $200

Ages Eligible for Study:All
Genders Eligible for Study: Women


  • If you have thin white-grey vaginal discharge
  • An unpleasant odor

Contacts and Locations

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You can participant at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical center

About the Research Facility

Albert Einstein College of Medicine is the medical school of New York’s Yeshiva University and places a strong focus on biomedical research. Areas of specialty have included diabetes, cancer, liver disease, AIDS, brain disorders and cardiac disease. The National Institutes of Health supports some of Einstein’s major research efforts through steady funding. The facility represents one of the country’s largest residency and fellowship training programs for the medical and dental professions.