A Study of the Impact of Alopecia Areata on Patients and Families

Last Updated:
07/26/2016
Status:
Completed
Country:
United States
Eligibility:
Living with alopecia areata, totalis or universalis; Parent, spouse, partner, or other family member
Sponsor: 
Yale University School of Medicine


Do you have alopecia areata? 

Does your child, spouse, partner, or other family member have alopecia areata?

A research study being conducted at Yale University School of Medicine is currently recruiting participants for a research project that will study the impact of alopecia areata on quality of life. We are interested in learning about how alopecia areata affects the lives of both the people who live with it, as well as their loved ones. Your participation in this online survey will help raise awareness of the impact of alopecia areata on patients and families. The survey is completely anonymous, should take less than 10 minutes to complete and your participation is voluntary. Those who participate will have a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card.

If you have concerns or questions about this study, please contact Lucy Liu, medical student at Yale University School of Medicine at lucy.liu@yale.edu or the Yale University Institutional Review Board at human.subjects@yale.edu.