TRAC-ER Research Study

The TRAC-ER Research Study is evaluating a health promotion program developed for members of the queer community. You may be eligible to participate in this research study if you are 18-35 years old and you drink alcohol. Participants will be compensated for their time.

Harmony at H.O.M.E.

Researchers at the University of Kentucky invite you to participate in a research study which offers the Harmony at H.O.M.E. (Help Online Modifying the Environment) telehealth program. The program provides training and tools for care partners to assess and modify the home to promote activity engagement and behavior regulation for the person with dementia.


The REACT (Researching Equity-Advancing Counter Tobacco Policies on Flavors) study is an online study exploring the impact of tobacco product advertising and policies on youth and young adults. Specifically, the REACT study aims to assess the impact of local flavor policies on flavored tobacco use across communities, observe how comprehensive policies affect exposure to tobacco marketing and use, and examine the equity implications of local flavored tobacco product policies on racial/ethnic minoritized youth and young adults and those of lower SES.