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Anogenital Distance Differences Between Transgender Males and Female Individuals

This study evaluates the anogenital distance measurement differences between transgender male individuals and normal healthy female individuals. Half of the participants will be selected from the men with a masculine gender identity who were assigned female sex at birth (Woman who wanted to be a man). Transgender men will be evaluated with the vaginal examination, and anogenital distance will be measured at the time of gynecological medico-legal evaluation before the sex reassi...


Developmental Correlates and Hormone Therapy Effects in Gender Dysphoria

The aim of the research is to study longitudinally the effects of reassignment hormonotherapy on the connectome of MtF (biological men who are transitioning to the female gender) dysphoric subjects after 6 months of hormone therapy. The subjects will be compared to a control group of healthy subjects taking into account sexual orientation

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Chest Dysphoria in Transmasculine Spectrum Adolescents

The investigators hypothesize that masculinizing top surgery (e.g., mastectomy and chest masculinization) leads to an improvement in self-report chest dysphoria, gender dysphoria, and gender congruence in assigned-female-at-birth, transgender and non-binary youth and young adults. This is a prospective, observational study that will enroll assigned-female-at-birth, transmasculine spectrum individuals age 13 to 25 years old who are or are not undergoing top surgery. Participants...


Implementing HPV DNA Self-Collection to Increase Rates of Cervical Cancer Screening in Transgender Men

Transgender men are individuals born genetically female that have a gender identity that is incongruent with their biological sex. For those who have begun or completed transition, they may present as males but still have a uterus and cervix. Thus far, no distinction has been made between routine cervical cancer screening guidelines in non-transgender women and those for transgender men, despite wide variations in sexual practices, including lifelong vaginal abstinence. The pur...

Rigorous Evaluation of High School FLASH

High School FLASH is a 15-session comprehensive sexual health curriculum designed for classroom settings in grades 9 to 12. The basis of High School FLASH is a public health approach to behavior change. The primary strategy used in the FLASH curriculum for preventing teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and sexual violence is to address student behaviors and attitudes. To this end, FLASH uses a harm reduction and behavior change framework, implements best pract...

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Conference

Despite increased visibility and acceptance of the LGBT community (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender), in some parts of society, many LGBT people struggle with self-acceptance. Minority Stress Theory, described in the scientific literature, explains that health disparities among populations such as the LGBT population can be explained by stressors induced by a hostile, homophobic culture, which results in harm suffered, expectations of rejection, and internalized homophobi...

Gender Dysphoria in Children and Adolescents : Parents' Perspectives

Gender dysphoria is defined as a persistent incongruence between an experienced gender and the assigned sex at birth Transgender and gender nonconforming persons desire to modify their appearance to be consistent with their self-identified gender identities. In non-binary people, contrary to binary transgender persons, self-identified gender identities do not fit the classical pattern male/female. During the last decennium, an increase in the number of young subjects, especial...

Preventing Drug Abuse Among Sexual Minority Youth

The planned randomized clinical trial will longitudinally test a tailored, web-based drug abuse prevention program with a nationwide sample of 15- to 17-year-old sexual minority youth (youth who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or unsure of their sexual orientation).

Alcohol and Violence Prevention for College Students

Heavy episodic drinking and sexual assault (SA) are problematic on college campuses. This project will adapt already developed interventions targeting alcohol use and SA to a mHealth format and involve content that incorporates federal guidelines and CDC recommendations to integrate both bystander intervention and risk reduction content with new innovative personalized content for each risk group (cis-gender heterosexual men, cis-gender heterosexual women, and sexual/gender min...

Military Identity Project

The Military Identity Project is an exploration of military identity in Active Duty Service Members of the Army, Navy, Air Force & Marine Corps. The purpose of this project is to discover common identity attributes shared by active duty members across Service branches and to see if specific traits are related to levels of well-being and resilience.

An Affirmative Coping Skills Intervention to Improve Mental and Sexual Health of Sexual and Gender Minority Youth

AFFIRM is an 8-session manualized group coping skills intervention focused on reducing sexual risk behaviours and psychosocial distress among SGMY. AFFIRM is delivered by two facilitators (primarily social workers and peers) through a combination of education and rehearsal (i.e., simulation of real-life experiences) in a manner that affirms participants' sexual and gender minority identities and experiences. AFFIRM is being tested in a five-year trial using a stepped wedge wait...

Project EQuIP: Empowering Queer Identities in Psychotherapy

The aim of this study is to develop an evidence-based psychosocial intervention for sexual minority women. This intervention will specifically target the adverse mental and behavioral health outcomes disproportionately experienced by sexual minority women, including depression, suicidality, and alcohol abuse, which are known to be driven by stigma-related stressors associated with their sexual orientation (i.e., minority stress processes).

Miami Membrane for Potency (MMEP) Trial

The use of dehydrated human amnionic membrane allograft will result in an absolute 20% increase (from 40-60%) in the proportion of men considered potent (Sexual History Inventory for Men (SHIM) score >/= 19) 12 months post robotic assisted radical prostatectomy (RARP)

A Pilot Study Testing a Life Skills Application to Address Interpersonal Relationships in College

This study utilizes implementation science principles to culturally adapt a pre-existing web-based application (WebApp) for use with college students. The ADAPT-ITT process will be utilized to adapt the WebApp to a diverse (race, ethnicity, gender/sexual identity) college population with a focus on life skills and holistic self-care as reinforcement to currently available primary prevention programming available to incoming students. The study hypothesis is that the adapted Web...

A Facebook Intervention for Young Sexual and Gender Minority Smokers

The 2-year research plan will test the Put It Out Project (POP) in a pilot randomized trial (N=120) compared to TSP and two historical control conditions. Participants will be young adults who smoke, identify as sexual or gender minorities, and use Facebook. The primary outcome will be biochemically verified 7-day abstinence from smoking at 3 and 6 months. Secondary outcomes will be a quit attempt (y/n), stage of change, and thoughts about tobacco abstinence at 3 and 6 mos.

Sexual Functioning After Primary Treatment of Ovarian Cancer

The purpose of this study is to help us learn more about sexual problems after treatment for ovarian cancer. At this time, we do not know how many women have sexual problems after they are treated for ovarian cancer. How common are sexual problems after treatment for ovarian cancer? - What factors make women more likely to have sexual problems after treatment for ovarian cancer? - What happens to sexual functioning over the first 12 months after treatment? i...

Peer Online Motivational Interviewing for Sexual and Gender Minority Male Survivors

The study will conduct a randomized comparative effectiveness trial of peer-facilitated, online, 6-week group Motivational Interviewing (MI) vs. Motivational Interviewing (MI) with a trauma-informed Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) affirmative care approach.

An Extended Facebook Intervention for Young Sexual and Gender Minority Smokers

The 2-year research plan will test the Extended Put It Out Project (POP-6) in a pilot randomized trial (N=168) compared to TSP-6, as well as comparing POP-6 and TSP-6 to the POP-3 and TSP-3 interventions from a previously-conducted trial. Participants will be young adults who smoke, identify as sexual or gender minorities (SGM), and use Facebook. Primary outcome will be biochemically verified 7-day abstinence from smoking at 3 and 6 months. Secondary outcomes will be a quit att...

Topical Diclofenac and Topical DFMO Chemoprevention Trial in Subjects With a History of Skin Cancer

This is a single institution, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind phase IIB trial of 1) topical diclofenac and topical DFMO, or 2) placebo in participants with a history of non melanoma skin cancer/ keratinocytic cancers.

HIV Prevention and Trauma Treatment in Men Who Have Sex With Men and Who Have a History of Sexual Abuse

This study will develop a therapy for men who have sex with men who also have a history of childhood sexual abuse to reduce behaviors that put them at a high risk of HIV infection.

A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Group Intervention to Increase HIV Testing and PrEP Use Among Latinx Sexual Minority Men

This study consists of a randomized controlled trial (RCT) of a multi-session cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) group intervention that aims to improve HIV outcomes by increasing adaptive, effective coping responses to stigma from intersectional identities related to ethnicity, immigration status, sexual minority identity, HIV status, and PrEP use among Latinx sexual minority men (SMM).

Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Survivors: Identity Development

The purpose of this study is to better understand how the illness has affected the identity and what needs the survivor may have. We hope that this information will help us provide better care to future adolescent and young adult cancer survivors.

Testing a Life Skills Application to Address Interpersonal Relationships in College (MKit)

This study utilizes implementation science principles to culturally adapt a pre-existing web-based application (WebApp) for use with college students. The ADAPT-ITT process will be utilized to adapt the WebApp to a diverse (race, ethnicity, gender/sexual identity) college population with a focus on life skills and holistic self-care as reinforcement to currently available primary prevention programming available to incoming students. The study hypothesis is that the adapted Web...

Computer Assisted Family Intervention to Treat Self-Harm Disparities in Latinas and Sexual/Gender Minority Youth

This study is designed to refine and test the efficacy of a computer assisted culturally informed and flexible/adaptive intervention for Latino adolescents for whom self-harm behaviors are a health disparity—specifically, Latinas and sexual/gender minority youth.

Metastatic Breast Carcinoma and Female Sexual Quality of Life

Sexual health is one of the relevant parameters for evaluating the quality of life. Improving sexual and emotional function improves the quality of life scores and depression or anxiety curative phase. The purpose of the study is to assess the quality of sexual life of postmenopausal women with metastatic breast cancer in couples and to establish links with overall quality of life and the quality of the relationship.


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