Analysis of Brain Structure and Function in Patients with Bipolar Depression

Study Detail

Subjects with Bipolar Disorder wanted for a Research Study on Bipolar Depression and Brain Function Before and After Treatment

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The UCLA Mood Disorders Research Program is conducting a study in people with bipolar disorder who are currently depressed. The study seeks to understand changes in the brain that occur with successful treatment. The study will involve a psychiatric history interview, mood questionnaires, free medication for depression, free psychiatrist visits for 10 weeks and MRI scans before and after treatment.

You may be compensated up to $100 per MRI scan and up to $175 for clinical follow-up.

Currently we are looking for individuals who:

1. Have bipolar illness
2. Are currently feeling depressed or down
3. Are between the ages of 18 and 65 years old
4. Have no metal in the body, such as implants or metal screws
5. Have no current medical illnesses

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Principal Investigator: Lori Altshuler, M.D.
Protocol ID: IRB#12-000388 UCLA IRB Approved 
Approval Date: 1/9/2014 Through: 1/8/2015 
Committee: Medical IRB 3

More information and application
Benefits: 

You may be compensated up to $100 per MRI scan and up to $175 for clinical follow-up. We also provide free medication treatment, free doctor visits, and free transporation to and from UCLA to attend all study visits in the form of taxi service. 

Contact details: 

TO LEARN MORE, PLEASE CALL: 310-794-6663 (MOOD)

Review and Approval
IRB Flyer: 
Renewal Date: 
2015, January 8