DEPRESSION, REPEATED DOSES OF KETAMINE, AND NEUROIMAGING

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the rapid and sustained antidepressant effects of repeat doses of ketamine in the brain. The NIMH is interested in learning how ketamine affects areas of the brain important in regulating mood and if there are unique signatures that could help predict who may respond to the...

Depression and Brain Function

This depression research study tests the effects of the combination of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and psychotherapy on brain function. Participation includes research evaluations, brain scans, and active TMS and psychotherapy, or inactive TMS and psychotherapy. Recruiting ages 18-65 with major depressive disorder, who are free of other serious medical conditions. If you are...

NIH RESEARCH MATTERS: TREATMENT FOR DEPRESSION IN YOUNG CHILDREN

Researchers found that a therapy-based approach focused on emotional development may be an effective option for treating early childhood depression. This NIMH-funded study suggests that improving the parent-child relationship along with their emotional coping skills is an effective, low-risk approach to treating depression. CLICK HERE for more information...

NIH ANNOUNCES NEW “ALL OF US” RESEARCH PROGRAM TO ADVANCE PRECISION MEDICINE

On May 6, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) opened national enrollment for the ALL OF US Research Program, a momentous effort to advance individualized prevention, treatment and care for people of all backgrounds. People ages 18 and older, regardless of health status, are now able to enroll. Volunteers will join more than 25,000...

Nationwide Recruitment: Major Depression and AV101

Join a Research Study: Enrolling nationally from around the country The primary purpose of this research study is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the oral drug AV-101 (an antagonist of the glycine receptor) versus placebo. The study aims to determine if this experimental drug has antidepressant effects and fewer side effects than...

Does Depression Impede Your Daily Life?

Are you currently feeling sad and hopeless, experiencing worthlessness and guilt, and have a lack of interest in everyday activities you once enjoyed? Read More......

NEW NIH Depression Research Studies

Does depression impede your daily life? Are you currently feeling sad and hopeless, experiencing worthlessness and guilt, and have a lack of interest in everyday activities you once enjoyed? NIH studies are investigating the brain and experimental medications (such as ketamine and diazoxide) to rapidly reduce depressive symptoms. Research includes: depressed adults ages 18...

YALE RESEARCH STUDIES ON SCHIZOPHRENIA

Yale Research is interested in cognitive neuroscience of psychiatric illness. We seek to better understand, at the neural system level, the mechanisms behind cognitive and affective deficits in neuropsychiatric illness. We use a combination of tools to better understand the underlying systems involved in processing affective stimuli and their interaction with circuits involved in...

YALE RESEARCH STUDIES ON OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER

Yale Research is interested in cognitive neuroscience of psychiatric illness. We seek to better understand, at the neural system level, the mechanisms behind cognitive and affective deficits in neuropsychiatric illness. We use a combination of tools to better understand the underlying systems involved in processing affective stimuli and their interaction with circuits involved in...

YALE Bipolar – Mood Disorders Research Studies

If you are between the ages of 16 and 24 years old and suffer from bipolar disorder, you may be eligible to participate in a free and confidential study that provides talk therapy to help regulate emotions and looks at how the brain works with advanced MRI brain scanning techniques. Compensation up to $360....

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