See what studies are currently enrolling and the results from completed studies.
Tools To Be Fit
Eating healthy, being active, and maintaining a healthy body weight may lower risk of colorectal cancer recurrence. Cancer survivors, doctors, and researchers are working to optimize a program to help adults with colorectal cancer eat well and be active.
This study asks if health behaviors (like diet, exercise, and sleep habits) can slow or stop cancer growth or spread. This study is open to individuals who have been diagnosed with prostate, colorectal, or bladder cancer.
Doctors at UCSF are collecting information to learn about quality of life, symptoms, lifestyle, and well-being for patients with neuroendocrine tumors. This study invites people with neuroendocrine tumors to join.
Kinlist is an online resource for relatives of sudden cardiac death (SCD) victims. Kinlist helps families who’ve suddenly lost a loved one handle affairs and learn about their health risk with our assessment tool.
In this study, we are trying to understand how and why some people experience adverse effects from catheter ablation procedures for atrial fibrillation and what best determines the success of the procedure long-term.
ACT for HCM
The goal of this study is to better understand Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) so we can improve care.
Studies Coming Soon
The LYLA Study
The LYLA Study (Listening to You to Learn about re-Admissions) is a study to learn more about hospital readmissions. Readmission reporting will help UCSF improve hospital care by giving us a better sense of all readmissions even if they don't happen at UCSF.
Biobank is a UCSF repository for samples. Researchers use samples from thousands of people to look for ways to diagnose, prevent, and treat health problems like diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.
This study aims to empower women to improve breast health by providing information about long-term health risks due to radiation therapy and encouraging breast cancer screening.
BP Home is a national blood pressure study that aims to find out which types of home blood pressure monitoring technologies work best for helping patients get their blood pressure in a healthy range. Join BP Home to get a home blood pressure cuff at no cost and learn more about your heart health.
This study evaluated the accuracy of a new smartwatch in detecting Atrial Fibrillation.
The world’s largest pancreatic cyst research project. This study is enrolling people who have been diagnosed with a pancreatic cyst.
CHIIP BP is a blood pressure study following up on the CHIIP study.
UIUC COVID Detect
The goal of the UIUC COVID Detect study is to better understand different COVID-19 tests. Participants will be asked to self-collect daily saliva and nasal swab tests as well as to keep a daily diary of symptoms.
This study explored how the Livongo Health Diabetes Management Program helped participants manage their blood glucose levels.
This study tested if biotin could improve disability and walking speed for patients with progressive multiple sclerosis.
The goal of this study is to help patients identify and eliminate their atrial fibrillation triggers.
This study focuses on creating evidence of the Specific Carbohydrate Diet's (SCD) effectiveness in reducing symptoms and inflammatory biomarkers in children with inflammatory bowel disease.
A follow-up registry for participants who underwent percutaneous coronary intervention and are being assessed for major adverse cardiovascular events. Participants in this study can share their phone location to automatically let researchers know if they were hospitalized.
A pilot study to investigate the reduction of systolic blood pressure between an artificial intelligence-based clinical decision support system versus usual care in the management of hypertension.
This trial tests a if a bluetooth-enabled lighter could help people quit smoking.
This study tests whether coffee increases the frequency of premature heartbeats (atrial and ventricular ectopy). Participants in the study share their phone’s location to automatically notify researchers when they visit a coffee shop.
This study tests if participants assigned to consume alcohol in moderation or to not consume alcohol at all for one month were able to comply with their assignment to inform future study designs.
The goal of this study is to determine whether data from devices like smartwatches can be used to assess changes in heart rate, heart rhythm, and tissue perfusion during standard cardiac procedures.