Study Name: Phenotyping Responses to Optimize the Management of Pain Treatment in Endometriosis


Purpose of the study

The purpose of this study is to identify phenotypic characteristics that inform responses to conservative medical management of endometriosis.

Who is eligible?

  • Women ages 18-45 years of age; experience pelvic pain; diagnosed with clinically suspected endometriosis.

What will happen if I participate?

By participating in the study, individuals will contribute to research aimed at understanding the factors that influence treatment response in endometriosis, potentially leading to more personalized and effective therapeutic approaches.

After an initial assessment to quantify heterogeneity in their endometriosis symptoms, individuals will take part in a six month treatment consisting of six monthly follow-up assessments to measure pelvic pain severity and overall pain impact.

Contact Information

For more information, reach out by phone to 352-273-8798 or email

Please use the following link to view more information on the study

Research Team

Principal Investigators: Emily Bartley, PhD, Meryl Alappattu, DPT, PhD

Study Coordinator: Kasey Page