Front Page

Previous Story

NIH Record vertical blue bar column separator

Study Subjects Sought graphic

Healthy Children, Teens Needed

The National Institute of Mental Health is seeking healthy children, ages 6-17, to participate in a mood and emotion study. Your child may not be eligible if he/she has medical or psychiatric problems, takes prescribed medications, or has any first-degree relatives with psychiatric problems. Participation involves 3-day screening and evaluation, 2-day follow-up evaluation, MRI, physiological and psychological testing, and 1 month of at-home ratings. Compensation is provided. Call 496-8381.

Healthy Children Needed for NIMH Study

NIMH is seeking healthy children, ages 6-17, to participate in reviewing film clips included among which will be humorous, sad and spooky clips. Your children may be eligible if they do not have a history of psychiatric problems or take any prescribed medications. Participation involves one outpatient visit and a possible second visit. Compensation is provided. Call 496-8381.

Language Study Needs Healthy Children

Healthy children, ages 5-8, are sought by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke to participate in a study comparing language organization with that of children with epilepsy. Your children may be eligible if they speak English as their first language, do not have a learning disability, attention deficit disorder or any serious medical condition and do not wear braces or glasses (contacts allowed). Participation involves 2-4 outpatient visits over 1 year. Compensation is provided. Call Lynn at 402-3745.

Healthy Women Needed

The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development is seeking healthy women ages 18-55, or 60 and older to participate in an ovarian function study involving five brief outpatient visits. Blood draws, ultrasound and an injection of a natural body hormone are involved. You may be eligible if you do not smoke or take any drugs including birth control. A past pregnancy is necessary. Compensation is provided. Call 594-3839.


Up to Top