Have you been diagnosed with Mycobacterium Abscessus Complex (MABc) pulmonary disease/infection? Are you currently not taking any antibiotics for your infection? If so you may be qualify for a study that is looking to determine the safety and effectiveness of oral Omadacycline for the treatment of these kinds of infection. Compensation will be provided to all patients who participate.
Have you been diagnosed with pleural fluid, and have been referred for a pleural fluid drainage? If so, you may be able to participate in a research registry to help us learn more about lung cancer.
Have you been recently diagnosed with Mycobacterium Avium Complex (MAC) lung disease and are looking into options for treatment? You may be able to take part in a trial of a new, oral medication called SPR720. We are doing this study to learn more about both the safety of the medication and how well it works to combat MAC lung disease. Compensation will be provided to all participants who complete the trial.
Are you currently diagnosed with an M. Avium Complex (MAC) infection of your lungs? Have the treatments you received not improved your condition? If so, you may be eligible for a research study to learn if a new medication (Epetraborole) is safe and effective in treating this disease. Monetary compensation will be provided to all participants.
Do you have known or suspected lung and/or head and neck cancer? Are you scheduled for a tumor biopsy? If so, you may be able to participate in a research registry aimed at learning more about lung and head/neck cancer.
The purpose of this study is to learn how patients with primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD) clear mucus based on their genetic mutation. We also want to learn if albuterol can help patients clear mucus from their airways better.
We study how the immune system protects against viruses and bacteria without causing excessive harm to organs like the lungs, heart, and kidneys. We need a small amount of blood to study how immune cells ("white blood cells") turn on important proteins when they sense a bacteria or virus nearby.
Are you a generally healthy person? If so, you may able to participate in a research study to find out more about the things that affect lung function and the risk of future lung disease.
Help us learn more about COPD! We want to better understand how your body responds to the nasal flu vaccine and its relation to COPD. We are looking for people with COPD and healthy volunteers for this study. Compensation provided.