Concussion / mTBI Study - $200
Start Date 2015-04-01
End Date 2018-04-01
Eligibility Requirements
Eligibility
Gender
Gender
Male
Female
Other
Age Range
Age Range
18 - 25 years
26 - 30 years
31 - 45 years
Vetaran Status
Vetaran Status
Served
Active
Never Served
Service Range
Service Range
0 - 15 years
16 - 20 years
21 and more years
Deployment Status
Deployment Status
Never
Atleast once
Within 2 years
Military Affiliation
Military Affiliation
Army
Navy
Airforce
Marine
Coast Guard
National Guard
Reserves
Short Description
Have you had a head injury or concussion in the past year? Then you may be eligible to earn $200 for a one day study at the University of Arizona. We are conducting a study to better understand the neuro-circuitry involved in traumatic brain injury and we need 150 participants. What’s involved: • fMRI scan (1 hour) • Short cognitive/emotional testing. Who May Be Eligible to Participate: • People ages 18-45 • History of head injury in the past year • Must be right-handed • English as a primary language • No metal objects in your body
Location Info
Conducted in
Tucson , Arizona
Privacy of the Participants
Does this study require the individual's medical records? - No
Does the sponsor require the name of study participants to be provided? - No
Is this study required to provide individual results to the sponsor? - No
Is this study anonymous in the sense that patient identity is completely anonymized? - Yes
Contact Details
Sara Knight (520) 626-8573 [email protected]
Research Topics
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
More Info
Has this study and the posting of this study on AllyResearch.org been IRB approved - Yes
Are healthy subjects accepted? - No
Does this study utilize any drug treatments? - No
Are there financial incentives to participate? - Yes
Financial Incentive for this study : $200
Official title: A Model for Predicting Cognitive and Emotional Health From Structural and Functional Neurocircuitry Following Traumatic Brain Injury
University IRB
1407388572
Study ID #
W81XWH-12-1-0386
Lead Researcher
William "Scott", Killgore
Sponsored By
Department of Defense (DoD)