Research Studies

Clinical trials, which provide ways to find effective treatments, are a significant part of the Women’s Incontinence and Sexual Health Program. Clinical trials (also called medical research and research studies) help establish the safety and effectiveness of new drugs, medical devices or therapies as well as new ways of using current treatments. Each trial is designed to answer specific questions and to find better ways to treat people with a certain disease or disorder.


Principal InvestigatorTitle of Research Study
Awards / Publications / Presentations
Davidson, Emily, MD; Koduri, Sumana, MD; Newcomer, Julianne, MDFecal Incontinence Ensemble
*Grant funded by CTSI Ensemble
Davidson, Emily, MD (co-investigator);
Kathryn Flynn, PhD (PI)
Wisconsin Exploratory Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Benign Urology
*P20 Grant funded by NIH Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Disease (NIDDK)
To obtain information regarding any clinical trials or research studies that our department has open, please contact our research team at 1-855-771-9477 or Email Us.