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Genetics of Recurrent Early-Onset Depression
University of Pennsylvania Health System.
Study: Genetics of Recurrent Early-Onset Depression
We are searching for genes which cause depression. The study will create a DNA collection to permit qualified scientists to search for depression-related genes. This is the largest psychiatric genetics study ever attempted - we need more than 750 families with at least two siblings who have experienced major depression.
Study: Molecular Genetics of Schizophrenia
The study will create a DNA collection to permit qualified scientists to search for schizophrenia-related genes. We need 400 families with at least two siblings who have experienced schizophrenia.
http://depressiongenetics.med.upenn.edu - 29-Oct-2001 - Hits: 1465 - Rate This | Details
Mood & Anxiety Disorders Program
A federally sponsored (NIMH) Research Program, this Web site acts as a resource for finding clinical trials for Depression, Panic, PTSD, and Bipolar disorders, for all populations: children, adolescents, and adults.
http://intramural.nimh.nih.gov/ - 25-May-2002 - Hits: 2910 - Rate This | Details
Accurate Clinical Trials
Mental health clinical research company in Kissimmee FL conducts clinical trial studies for psychiatric and neurological conditions such as bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, depression and ADHD and provides patient care in a family friendly environment.
http://www.accuratect.com - 4-Dec-2012 - Hits: 125 - Rate This | Details
Emory Mind Body Program
The study examines the relationship between major depression and inflammation in the body. It consists of two office visits, about two screening visits, and a 3-day, 2-night stay in Emory Hospital's research unit.The overnight stay includes overnight sleep studies and blood draws. Participants may have the opportunity to receive free medical and psychiatric evalatuions, as well as treatment and referral options.
http://www.psychiatry.emory.edu/PROGRAMS/mindbody/form.html - 10-Dec-2012 - Hits: 116 - Rate This | Details
International Study to Predict Optimised Treatment - in Depression (iSPOT-D)
By the year 2020, depression will be the second biggest disease burden (after cardiovascular disease). However, the prescription of antidepressant medication can be difficult because there are no evidence-based guidelines to ensure that people receive the type of medication that they will respond best to. If you are looking for quality, comprehensive treatment for depression, you may be eligible to participate in a clinical research study involving a new technology that uses EEGs to evaluate individual response to medication. The Center for Healing the Human Spirit is seeking volunteers to participate in iSPOT-D, a research study of response to 3 different antidepressants for Major Depression.
http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT00693849 - 2-Jun-2009 - Hits: 170 - Rate This | Details
Mindstrong Memory Study
Mindstrong is a new start-up working with leading Stanford doctors to develop technology for passive monitoring of brain health and lifestyle effects on cognitive function. They are looking for individuals ages 18 to 34 with a history ADHD, depression or other mood disorder to participate in our research study.
https://mindstrong.me/MemoryStudy18+.html - 8-Oct-2014 - Hits: 34 - Rate This | Details
NIMH Depression Clinical Trials
Featured clinical trials that are currently recruiting patients for research into new treatments for depression, from the National Institute of Mental Health.
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/trials/depression.shtml - 29-Dec-2005 - Hits: 618 - Rate This | Details
Precise Research Centers
Precise Research Centers offers Clinical Trials for Depression as well as many other mental health issues, such as ADHD, Bipolar and Schizophrenia. They service the Central Mississippi region and there is a contact form for a quick return contact from the Center.
http://precise-research.com/ - 8-Jun-2013 - Hits: 73 - Rate This | Details
U.S. Clinical Trials for Depression
Psych Central's listing of clinical trials from across the United States currently recruiting patients for research into more effective treatments for depression. Updated daily by the U.S. government.
http://psychcentral.com/cgi-bin/ct.cgi/depression - 26-Mar-2008 - Hits: 555 - Rate This | Details