Directory of Patient Recruitment for Studies from NIMH, NIH
2017-04-26: Evaluating Hallucinations & Delusions in Children
Researchers are currently recruiting children ages 6-13 who hear voices, see things not there, or are overly suspicious. Eligible participants must be medically healthy and free of neurological illness, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, autism, seizures, a
2017-04-26: How Does Puberty Affect Brain Development?
Your healthy child age 8, 12 or 13, is invited to participate in an NIH outpatient research study that examines how puberty affects brain development. Call for information and eligibility criteria: 301-496-9576, TTY: 1-866-411-1010
2017-04-26: Kinect 2 Study: Tardive Dyskinesia
If you or a loved one suffer from schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, or a gastrointestinal disorder and are experiencing involuntary movements in your face or other parts of your body, you may qualify for a medical research study.
2017-04-26: National Institute of Mental Health
NIMH is the largest scientific organization in the world dedicated to research focused on the understanding, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders and the promotion of mental health.
2017-04-26: Paid Focus Group on Schizophrenia
WEGO Health will pay you to participate in an online group for active members of the schizophrenia & mental health communities. We hope you will join us to share your story.
2017-04-26: Study of Toddler Language Delays
Researchers at the National Institute of Mental Health are seeking toddlers 12 or 18 months of age with language delays (i.e., no words at 18 months, limited vocalizations at 12 months) or typical development to participate in a study.
2017-04-26: The Brain Donor Project
Increase brain donation to advance science, leading to the treatment and cure of neurological, neuropsychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders.
2017-04-26: The NIMH Genetic Study of Schizophrenia
If you or someone in your family is 18 years old or older and has been diagnosed with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder (depressed type), you may be able to participate in a genetic study that looks for genes in families.
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