Research Opportunities at Mass General/Brighams

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Compensation range $75.00 - $3,500 & Studies including non-payment compensation such as Free Meals

January 16, 2024 - Massachusetts General Hospital/Brighams - Boston, Massachusetts
Research Studies in need of Volunteer's 

Research Studies You Might Have Missed at Mass General Brigham

Treating Agitation in Alzheimer's Dementia (AD)

McLean Hospital is recruiting participants with Alzheimers Dementia (AD) to participate in a 3 week trial of dronabinol (Marinol) to treat agitation in AD.

McLean Hospital  

Do You Often Worry or Feel Nervous? Are You a Parent of a Child Ages 7 to 12?

We're testing the usefulness of an app to improve thinking habits related to anxiety! Parents will be asked to complete assessments and possibly use an app 3x/wk for 1mth. Children will be asked to complete assessments at 4 timepoints.

McLean Hospital  

Sublingual Cannabidiol for Anxiety

This clinical trial evaluates the effects of sublingual (under-the-tongue) cannabidiol (CBD) for the treatment of anxiety over a four week period. Currently recruiting for the double-blind phase.

McLean Hospital  

Are You Stressed?

We are seeking individuals who self-identify as having high stress to participate in a randomized study using a mindfulness-based, stress-reduction intervention and PET-MR imaging.

Massachusetts General Hospital  

Brain Imaging Study for Kids Age 9-15

We're looking for healthy kids ages 9-15 to complete two MRI scans and questionnaires to help us learn more about adolescent brain function and mental health!

Massachusetts General Hospital  

Have You Recently Sustained a Concussion?

We are testing two brief live-video treatments for the unique needs of college-aged individuals with recent concussion to prevent persistent symptoms of concussions and optimize recovery.

Massachusetts General Hospital  

Neuroimaging and EEG Research Study of Light Therapy in Down Syndrome

The aim of this study is to better understand the effects of transcranial photobiomodulation (tPBM) on neural oscillations of individuals diagnosed with Down syndrome.

Massachusetts General Hospital  

Research Study: Gender-Affirming Hormone Therapy and the Brain

We are interested in the ways that gender-affirming hormone therapy (GAHT) affects brain communication, emotion, memory, and the stress response. This research is important for a better understanding of the effects of GAHT on behavior.

Massachusetts General Hospital  

Recruiting Middle/High Schoolers for Virtual Feedback on a New Drug Education Curriculum

The Center for Addiction Medicine is developing a new drug educational curriculum. We are recruiting students who use substances to get feedback on content and implementation strategies.

Massachusetts General Hospital  

Hacking the Body Clock: Health Impacts of Late-Night Snacking and Binge-Watching

The Circadian Physiology Program is looking for healthy adults between 18-35 to participate in a 7-8 day research study on how light exposure and other behaviors impact sleep and your internal clock. You could earn up to $3500!

Brigham and Women's Hospital  

Healthy Adults Wanted for Brain Imaging Research Study of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Epigenetics

We are recruiting healthy adults ages 18-40 for a PET-MRI research study to examine proteins called histone deacetylases (HDACs) in the brains of individuals with and without autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Massachusetts General Hospital  

Nasal Polyps Study

Do you have nasal chronic rhinosinusitis with polyps? If you would like to undergo treatment with the FDA-approved medication, dupilumab, that may help your symptoms, you may be eligible for a research study at BWH.

Brigham and Women's Hospital  

Do You Have Schizophrenia and Hear Voices?

This is a research study that aims to reduce the severity of voice-hearing using biofeedback. The biofeedback will take place while you undergo a functional MRI scan and will show you, in real time, how active your brain is during the task.

McLean Hospital  

Are You a 31 to 40 Year-Old Woman?

Researchers at McLean Hospital are interested in how the brain functions during decision making in young women.

McLean Hospital  

Would You Like to Test a New System to Assess Gait Impairments in Children With Cerebral Palsy?

We are testing a new system called "HEART-Gait," which we hope will prove useful in monitoring gait impairments in children with cerebral palsy who walk on their toes or walk with other gait impairments (e.g., crouch gait).

Spaulding Rehabilitation Network  

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