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Studies for Wide Age Ranges

All of the studies below are seeking healthy volunteers from a broader than usual age range. The contact information for each study is the same: phone 1-800-411-1222 or TTY 1-866-411-1010. Use the study number to reference a particular protocol.

Volunteers age 21-75: Mood and Thinking Study # 02-M-0251(age 18-75); Effect of Stimulus on Motor Activity Study # 02-N-0024 (age 21-75).

Volunteers age 18-80: MRI Study # 97-H-0026; Cognition Study # 03-N-0017; Restless Legs Study # 03-N-0075; Somatosensory Studies # 92-D-0243; Motor Movement Study # 03-N-0266; MRI Tongue Study # 01-CC-0044; Investigations in Discourse Processing Study # 00-C-0096.

Volunteers age 70, 80, 90, 100: Oral-Motor Functions Study # 79-CC-0101 (age 6-85); Balance and Leaning Study # 03-N-0165 (age 20-90); Balance Study # 03-N-0183 (age 20-90); Motor Learning: Healthy Volunteers/Stroke Patients Study # 01-N-0220 (age 18-100); M2 Receptor Measurements in Aging Study # 99-M-0073 (age 20-100).

Volunteers 18 and over: NIDCD Taste and Taste Deficit Study # 01-DC-0230 (age 18 and over); Tongue and Swallow Study # 01-CC-0135 (age 21 and over).

Volunteers age 50 and older: MRI Evaluation Study # 02-M-0095; Evaluation of Eyes and Genetics Study # 03-EI-0155; Evaluation/Follow-Up Normal Controls/Memory Study # 95-M-0096; age 40 and older for Brain Function Study # 03-N-0224.

Volunteers up to age 70: Measures in Normal Controls/COS Study # 84-M-0050 (age 6-70); DLS Study # 01-E-0051(age 18-70); Normal Salivary Function Study # 94-D-0018 (age 20-70); Larynx, Voice Box Study # 03-N-0260 (age 20-70); Sequential Finger Movement Study # 02-N-0216 (age 21-70).

Weight and Insulin Study

The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences is conducting a study examining weight and stress responses to exercise in African American and Caucasian men and women between the ages of 18 and 45. Volunteers will be compensated for their participation. Call (301) 295-1371 or email

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