COVID-19 Vaccine Study in Pregnant and Non-Pregnant Women
Are you planning to get a COVID-19 vaccine?
Pregnant women will be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine starting March 17th in Washington State.
Please help us learn how the immune response to the vaccine differs between pregnant and non-pregnant women.
We are enrolling both pregnant and non-pregnant women, who have decided to become vaccinated with any of the approved COVID-19 vaccines.
For this study, we would draw 2 teaspoons of blood sometime up to two months before your first dose of the vaccine and 1, 3, 10 and 21 days following the first dose.
For each blood draw, we would reimburse you $25.
PLEASE CONTACT US AT email@example.com or (206) 503-8599 FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO TAKE PART IN THIS IMPORTANT STUDY.
Pregnant Women with COVID-19 who are hospitalized at UW Medical Center
The Adams Waldorf Lab is trying to find out how the virus that causes the infectious disease called COVID-19, might cause problems in pregnancy such as preterm labor and more severe disease in the mother. The purpose of this study is to investigate the mother’s and newborn’s immune response between women with COVID-19 in pregnancy, influenza-like illness and healthy pregnancies.
Who is eligible: Any pregnant woman older than 18 with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 or an influenza-like illness who speaks English and has the capacity to consent. Healthy pregnant women are also eligible.
Consent Forms (2):
Consent - English
HIPAA - English
Consent - Spanish
HIPAA - Spanish
To learn more about the Adams Waldorf Lab, visit this page.