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Vol. LX, No. 11
May 30, 2008

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Asthma Study Is Recruiting

Do you have asthma? Participate in a study at NIH. Se habla español. Compensation will be provided. Call 1-866-444-2214 (TTY 1-866-411-1010).

One-Day Outpatient Study

Healthy volunteers, ages 19 to 55, are needed to participate in research studying genes and brain function. Testing procedures involve a blood draw, non-invasive neuroimaging, interviews and cognitive testing. No overnight stay. No medication trial. Compensation is provided. Call the Clinical Brain Disorders Branch at (301) 435-8970 or email Refer to protocol 95-M-0150.

Volunteers Needed for USUHS Study at Navy

Are you between 18 and 30 years of age? In good health? You may be eligible to participate in a study of attention. It requires one 4-5 hour visit and you will be paid for your time. Visit takes place on the campus of the National Naval Medical Center. Parking is available. Call (301) 295-2288.

Are You a Working Breast Cancer Survivor?

Women breast cancer survivors, 1 to 10 years after primary cancer treatment, whose breast cancer has not spread and women without cancer history are needed for online study on cognitive function and work. Must be currently working full-time, ages 18 through 65, and without a history of adult ADHD (prior to cancer), dementia, brain injury, epilepsy, drug or alcohol abuse. You will need Internet access with connection speed faster than dial-up. Study includes completing questionnaires and a short online test of memory. The study will take about 60-75 minutes to complete. To see if you are eligible, go to For more information, call Lisseth Calvio at (301) 295-9660 or email

Overweight Female Employees Sought

Interested in improving your cardiovascular health by exercising more and losing weight? We need you—overweight female NIH employees able to exercise at least 15 minutes every workday—while at work. To see if you would qualify for a study looking at the relationship between exercise, weight loss and cardiovascular risk factors, contact Hira Chaudhry, (301) 594-6106 or email

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