We are looking for men and women
with bipolar disorder to participate in a research study involving tests of concentration, memory and thinking. Participants must be between 18 and 65 years of age. The study will last approximately 7 hours and will involve interviews as well as pencil/paper, computerized tests, and a blood draw.
Qualified participants will receive up to $100 for completing the study.


For more information please call:
Carly Solon
Dept. of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
(212) 241-2751

GCO#12-0778
11/19/2013 – 8/1/2014

DO YOU HAVE A SHORT FUSE?
Do you ever break things when you are mad?
Do you ever get physical?
If so you may be eligible to participate in a personality study at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. We are interested in studying people with different personalities.
Participants must be 18-60 and medically healthy.

Reimbursement will be provided.

For more information please call:
(212) 241-9775 to speak with a member of our staff

RAPID ACTING ANTIDEPRESSANT

Are you depressed?
Are you experiencing feelings of:
Persistent Sadness?
Hopelessness?
Guilt or Worthlessness?

Have you lost interest or pleasure in activities you once enjoyed?

If so, you may be eligible to participate in an investigational research study being conducted at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. You must be between the ages of 18 and 65 and medically healthy. You will be compensated for your time.


Contact the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program
212-241-3116 or map@mssm.edu
or log on to www.mssm.edu/map
to learn more.

Intravenous And Intranasal Heroin Users

  • (men and women, aged 21-55 yrs) needed for a 3-week inpatient study of medication effects at the NY State Psychiatric Institute.
  • Earn up to $1,200.

Call the Substance Use Research Center
(646) 774-6243
www.columbiapsychiatry.org

Do you have Bipolar I Disorder
Are you currently experiencing elevated mood, high energy, irritability, argumentativeness, being extra talkative, and sleeping less? Have you ever been diagnosed with mania? If you are 18-65, and not abusing drugs, you may be eligible to participate in a research study with the ATLAS research studies who are evaluating a once/monthly investigational injectable medication. You have the same possibility of receiving a once-monthly injection of study drug or placebo. If eligible you will receive study related care and study medication free of charge.

You may also receive compensation for certain expenses.


Please Call 1 888 317 6262.

Healthy male and female
MARIJUANA SMOKERS
WHO ALSO SMOKE CIGARETTES

(ages 21-50) needed to evaluate the effects of marijuana and medications. Live on a research unit at the NYS Psychiatric Institute for 16 days.

Compensation for time: $1190-$2065.

Call (646) 774-7777

Have You Ever Experienced a Traumatic of Life-Threatening Event?

  • SINCE THE TRAUMA, have you:
    Had nightmares or flashbacks?
    Tried to avoid thinking or talking about it?
    Felt jumpy or anxious?
    Become less connected with people around you, or less interested in activities you used to enjoy?

    If so, you may be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD. The Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine is conducting a study of an investigational medication that may help relieve your PSTD symptoms. You may be eligible to participate if you have PSTD and are 18-65 years old.
  • Participation involves a thorough psychiatric and medical screening.
    You will be compensated for your time.

    (212) 241-7910
    www.mssm.edu/psychiatry/map/
    PI: Dan Iosifescu

VOLUNTEER FOR A CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDY

  • Healthy males
    18-55 years of age
    Non-smokers and smokers (5 max. per day)
    Normal weight to overweight (BMI 17.5 - 30.5)
    Be compensated up to $7,400
    You may be eligible for participation in a Clinical Research Study at the New Haven Clinical Research Unit. This study involves 11 overnight stays and 11 follow-up visits. Volunteers may participate in one group and must be available on all of the dates required by the study. Please call for complete study dates.
    You complete the equation.
  • For this, or other studies, call:
    800 254-6398 or 203 401-0100
    or visit:NewHavenCRU.com

    Are you diabetic? You may eligible for participation in a Clinical Research Study at the New Haven Clinical Research Unit. Volunteers must be avaiable on all the dates required by the study. Please call for complete study dates.

Emotional "Rollercoaster"?
Impulsive Behavior?
Overwhelming Anger?
Social Discomfort?

Fear Abandonment?
Painful Feelings of Emptiness?
Rocky Relationships?
"Black and White" Thinking?

Do these terms describe how you feel? If so, you may be eligible to participate in a personality study at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. We are interested in studying people with different types of personalities. Participants must be between 18-60 and medically healthy. Reimbursement will be provided.

For more information, please call
(212) 241-9775
to speak with a member of our staff

Supernatural Experience?
Social Discomfort?
Trouble Staying Organized?

Do you feel out of step with others and feel nervous or uneasy when in a social situation?
Do you sometimes feel that others take special notice or watch you in public spaces?
Do you find it difficult to trust or feel close to others?
Do you feel that you are able to perceive things in your environment or predict things before they happen?

If so you may be eligible to participate in a personality study at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. We are interested in studying people with different types of personalities. Participants must be between 18-60 and medically healthy. Reimbursement will be provided.

For more information, please call
(212) 241-9775
to speak with a member of our staff

Do you suffer from depression or persistent sadness?

  • Have you lost interest or pleasure in activities you once enjoyed? Does your current antidepressant medication provide little to no relief of your depression symptoms? If so, you may qualify for a Mount Sinai research study evaluating a new, non-invasive investigational device for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD). If you are between the ages of 18 and 65 and are medically healthy, you may be eligible to participate. Participation in this research study includes:
    Low Field Magnetic Stimulation (LFMS) or placebo treatment
    Thorough psychiatric and medical evaluation
    Total 10 study visits
    Compensation provided
  • Please contact Gabriella at:
    (212) 241-6349
    PI: Dan Iosifescu, MD

IF YOU HAVE CHRONIC PAIN

  • and you have difficulty taking pain medication as directed or are not experiencing adequate relief

    You might be eligible to participate in a 3.5-4 week inpatient study investigating medication effects at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. We are looking for male and female individuals suffering from chronic pain aged 21-65 years, without major psychiatric disorders or physical diseases such as diabetes or coronary heart disease.
    You could earn up to $1400
  • To learn more and find out if you are eligible to participate:
    Call 646-774-6243
    or send us your contact details at
    surc@columbia.edu
    and we will call you!

Are you looking for treatment for addiction to heroin or painkillers?

  • We are conducting a research study to examine how Suboxone (buprenorphine) and methadone may affect thinking and reasoning ability among people who are addicted to opiates.
    If you…
    - Are between 18 and 68 years old, and
    - Want to start Suboxone or methadone treatment
    You may be eligible to participate

    Requirements:
    - Enter substance abuse treatment with Suboxone or methadone – we will arrange
    - Complete interviews about your health and tests of your thinking and reasoning ability

    Compensation:

    You may earn up to $545-$605 (plus transportation costs) by completing all study visits and referring up to 20 eligible peers
  • Location: There are two study locations at Albert Einstein College of Medicine,
    Bronx, NY:
    Wellness Center at Port Morris

    804 East 138th Street
    -and-
    Wellness Center at Waters Place 1510 Waters Place
    Please Call: Albert Einstein College of Medicine (718) 944-3849 This study is being conducted by Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Fordham University. IRB# 2012-433

The Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

  • is seeking study participants, age 18 to 65, to participate in a research study to help understand the antidepressant effect of an investigational new medication for depression. We are looking for male and female participants who:
    • Have Treatment Resistant Depression
    • Are in good physical health
    • Currently have Major Depressive Disorder


  • The research study will be conducted by Dr. James Murrough at the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program (MAP) at 1428 Madison Avenue, Atran Building E level. You will be compensated for your participation in the study.
    For more information, please call Gabby at 212-241-6349, or email at gabriella.ahle@mssm.edu
    IRB Approved
    5/9/2014 to 7/1/2014

ANTIDEPRESSANT STUDY

  • Our office is conducting a research study to evaluate whether adding an investigational medication to an approved antidepressant therapy might give relief from the symptoms of major depressive disorder (MDD) when added to a current medication.
    You may be able to take part in this study if you:
    • Are 18 - 65 years old
    • Have been diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
    • Have been experiencing symptoms of depression for at least the past 2 months
    • Have been taking at least one antidepressant medication as prescribed but it is not helping you enough.


  • Additional study criteria will be assessed by the study doctor.
    The study lasts 19 to 26 weeks. Participants will receive either the investigational medication or Seroquel XR or a placebo (an inactive substance) in addition to a standard antidepressant therapy medication.

    All study-related medications, office visits and examinations will be provided to you at no cost.

    At the end of the study, you may be eligible to participate in a 52-week extension research study in which all participants will receive the investigational medication. The study staff will discuss this with you at that time.
    Call: 1-877-410-7015 www.AdultMDDStudy.com
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