Become a Healthy Volunteer
An NIH research study is enrolling healthy persons ages 18 to 65 who are free of psychiatric disorders and certain medical conditions. Researchers will evaluate the effects of the experimental medication ketamine on brain receptors in healthy and depressed adults. Study includes 1 to 6 weeks of outpatient procedures: a screening visit, computer tasks, rating scales, neuropsychological testing, two intravenous infusions, a blood draw, brain scans (MEG & fMRI) and may include optional 2-4 overnight stays for a sleep study. The study is conducted at the Clinical Center. There is no cost to participate and compensation is provided. To find out if you qualify, email email@example.com or call 1-877-MIND-NIH (1-877-646-3644), TTY 1-866-411-1010. Refer to study 04-M-0222.
Liver Disease Patients Needed
An NIDDK research team seeks people with fatty liver disease to participate in a study. Researchers are looking at a breath test to measure how the body breaks down food in people with fatty liver disease. If you have been diagnosed with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease or steatohepatitis, you may be interested in participating. Compensation is provided. For more information, call 1-866-444-2214 (TTY 1-866-411-1010) and refer to study 15-DK-0080.
Study Needs Overweight Adults
NICHD seeks adults who are overweight, have high blood pressure and/or pre-diabetes to participate in a study. Researchers are examining the effects of the medication colchicine on the complications of obesity. Compensation is provided. For more information call 1-866-444-2214 (TTY 1-866-411-1010) Hablamos español. Refer to study 14-CH-0119.
Volunteers Needed for Energy Study
NIDDK seeks healthy Caucasian females, 18-35 years old, to participate in a research study. Doctors want to learn how the body burns energy atdifferent temperatures. You will have an 8-day inpatient stay at the Clinical Center. Compensation is provided. For more information, contact the Office of Patient Recruitment, 1-866-444-2214 (TTY 1-866-411-1010). Refer to study 12-DK-0097.