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HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS - ARE YOU INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN NEUROIMAGING RESEARCH?

We are are conducting brain imaging studies using state of the art neuroimaging techniques seeking healthy adults for participation (HIC #: 1111009332).

You might qualify if you meet the following criteria:

1. Age 18-60
2. No major medical illness
3. Not diagnosed with a mental illness
4. Not using drugs, or consuming a lot of alcohol

- This study lasts up to 2 weeks and will take up to 10 hours to complete.
- Study may include a fMRI scan, blood test and interviews.
- Up to $245 is provided for your time



HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS - NEUROIMAGING RESEARCH ASSESSING EFFECTS OF NEUROCHEMICALS ON BRAIN FUNCTION

We are are conducting brain imaging studies using state of the art neuroimaging techniques assessing the effects of neurochemicals on brain function. We seek healthy adults for this study (HIC #: 1111009332).

You might qualify if you meet the following criteria:

1. Age 21-55
2. No major medical illness
3. Not diagnosed with a mental illness
4. Not using drugs, or consuming a lot of alcohol

- This study lasts up to 2 weeks and will take up to 10 hours to complete.
- Study will include a fMRI scan, blood test and interviews.
- If you qualify the study will also assess the effects of neurochemicals on brain function.
- Up to $430 is provided for your time.



HAVE YOU BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA?

We are are conducting brain imaging studies using state of the art neuroimaging techniques.
We are recruiting adults who may meet diagnostic criteria for schizophrenia (HIC #: 1111009332).

You might qualify if you meet the following criteria:

1. Age 18-55
2. No major medical illness
3. Not diagnosed with depression
4. Not using drugs, or consuming a lot of alcohol

- This study lasts up to 2 weeks and will take up to 10 hours to complete.
- Study will include a fMRI scan, blood test and interviews. 
- Up to $430 is provided for your time. 


Contact: Nicole Santamauro, M.A.
Research Project Coordinator
Yale University School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry 
34 Park Street
Clinical Neuroscience Research Unit
New Haven, CT 06519
Phone: 203-974-7054
E-mail: yale.mri.study@gmail.com