Yale School of Medicine is seeking participants in a study of mood disorders.

Yale School of Medicine’s Translational Brain Imaging Program in New Haven, Connecticut is seeking participants in a research study on mood disorders. The information below was provided by the Yale researchers. Note that DBSA Greater Hartford was told that the researchers may also be open to paying train fare in addition to the compensation for those coming from nearby states.

Mood Disorders Study at Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut

If you are between the ages of 18 to 65 years old and suffer from major depression, bipolar disorder, or PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), you may be eligible to participate in a free and confidential study that will help us better understand the neurological causes of mood disorders. The study will entail a screening session that includes a physical and blood work, and a PET scan and MRI. Compensation of $365 or more. To learn more or to see if you are eligible to participate, please call (203) 737-6484 or take our online survey at www.tbip.yale.edu.

Covid safety: All of Yale’s research groups are following CDC guidelines of hand washing, mask wearing, and sanitizing. Social distancing is also being observed where possible. The vast majority of all staff (93% as of yesterday) are also fully vaccinated.

This announcement is purely informational. DBSA Westchester NY is not affiliated with Yale School of Medicine.

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