Do You Want to Participate in a Depression, Bipolar Disorder, or Pregnancy Research Study?

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While I was at the Johns Hopkins Mood Disorders Research and Education Symposium, I spoke with some of the researchers currently conducting studies for: major depression, bipolar disorder, and pregnancy.

Here are more details and contact information if you are interested in participating. Being part of a study is a wonderful way of contributing toward better knowledge and future treatments of mood disorders.

Do You Have Major Depression?

The Johns Hopkins University is recruiting men and women for a research study in depression. Eligible participants will have clinical interviews by trained psychiatrists and will also have monitoring of their EKG.

  • To be eligible for the study you must be at least 18 years old and have major depression requiring treatment.
  • Participation will involve outpatient clinical visits.
  • Testing will include evaluation of heart rhythm and an overnight sleep study, and monitoring of glucose and blood pressure.
  • You will be compensated up to $125 for your participation

Please contact: MACH-3 Study Coordinator at 410-550-4891.

Do You Have Bipolar Disorder?

Johns Hopkins Medicine is looking for volunteers to participate in a paid 7 Tesla MRI research study.

Please contact: 7T MRI Study Coordinator at 410-614-1017.

Are You Pregnant or Have a Friend or Loved One Who Is Pregnant?

Johns Hopkins Medicine is conducting a research study looking at symptoms of depression, anxiety, and feelings in general during and after pregnancy.

Email: smeilma1@jhmi.edu or call 410-502-2586.

Research Study Looking for Healthy Subjects

The Johns Hopkins University is recruiting men and women for a research study in depression. Eligible participants will have clinical interviews by trained psychiatrists and will also have monitoring of their EKG.

  • To be eligible for the study, you must be between 21 and 75 years old and NOT have major depression or other psychiatric conditions.
  • Participation will involve outpatient clinical visits.
  • Testing will include evaluation of heart rhythm and an overnight sleep study, and monitoring of glucose and blood pressure.
  • You will be compensated up to $125 for your participation.

Please contact: MACH-3 Study Coordinator at 410-550-4891.

Originally posted on Sanity Break.

Therese Borchard is a Mental Health Writer and Activist living in Annapolis, MD

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