Eye-tracking in concussion - Controlled Adolescent Arm
Are you the parent or guardian of a 13-17 year old without a concussion? You and your child may be able to participate in a research study testing if a new device can accurately identify concussions. Compensation is provided.
Comparing Concussion Assessment Protocols - Healthy Teens Age 13-17
Are you the parent of a teen 13-17 years of age? Your teen may be eligible for a research study to compare different testing protocols for the diagnosis and tracking of recovery for sport-related concussion (SRC). Compensation is provided.
Women's Health Concussion Study - Teen 15-17 Mild Concussion
Are you the parent of a 15 to 17-year-old female not currently on birth control? Has your teen been diagnosed with a concussion in the past 30 days? Your child may be eligible for a research study to evaluate how concussion affects women’s menstrual cycles and health. Compensation is provided.
Pain Emotion Adolescent Relationship (PEAR) Study - Teen 14-17 years old
Are you the parent of a 14-17 year old? Do they experience musculoskeletal pain (pain in the neck, limbs, shoulders, and back)? Your child may be able to participate in a research study to better understand how pain, mood, and mental health are related in youth. Compensation is provided.
Mild TBI Study
Are you the parent of a child ages 12-17 who has had a concussion within the past 7 days? Your child may be able to participate in a study to learn more about how a concussion can impact the developing brain. This study involves 5 visits over 1 year, including up to 2 MRI scans. Eligible participants are right-handed. Flexible hours available. Compensation is provided.
Digital Therapeutics for Behavior Problems Study
Is your child between the ages of 5 and 8? You and your child may be able to participate in a research study to help us understand if a smartphone app is an effective way for parents and children with behavior problems to learn and use skills.
Spinal Cord Stimulation for the treatment of motor deficits in people with Spinal Muscular Atrophy – Age 16-17
Are you or your child affected by Spinal Muscular Atrophy? You may be able to participate in a research study using spinal cord stimulation (SCS), an approved clinical therapy for pain syndromes that do not respond to drugs. Unexpectedly, SCS has shown the ability to promote the recovery of leg motor function in people with complete motor paralysis