STUDY PARTICIPATION OPPORTUNITIES
The following MARC studies are currently enrolling participants from the community:
Parents needed for online research study
If you are a parent of a child between the ages of 6-18, you can help scientists at OHSU with important research looking at how different prenatal environments affect children’s development, behavior and mental health. Please help with our research by completing a short 15-25 minute survey that involves answering questions about your child’s history and current behavior. Biological, foster, and Adoptive parents are all welcome to take our survey! Parents who have children who WERE and WERE NOT exposed to recreational drugs during pregnancy are needed. To participate, visit the online survey. For more details, please contact Brian Piper, Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cerebral Correlates of Impulsivity in Methamphetamine Addiction
Volunteers are sought for a study of chronic methamphetamine dependence and brain function. The study involves magnetic-resonance imaging (MRI)
scans and tests of concentration, memory, and problem solving.
To participate, you must be at least 18 years old, have a recent history
of methamphetamine dependence, currently be involved in a substance
abuse treatment program, have not used any drugs or alcohol for 2-8
weeks, and have no metal objects in your body.
Your participation will last up to 4 days, for 4-6 hours each day, over
a 6-month period.
Participants will be paid $50, in the form of a Fred Meyer gift card,
after successful completion of each study visit (up to $200 total.)
For more information, call the study hotline at (503) 721-7964.