Teen brain imaging study

We are conducting brain imaging research using a technique called magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, to take pictures of the brain while you participate in games/cognitive tasks. You will also answer questions about your life, behaviors, and stressful events. The study involves no medications, no blood draws, etc.

To be enrolled, participants under the age of 18 years need the consent of a parent or guardian.

The study involves one three-hour session, part of which will involve the MRI scan. You will be paid $50 for your participation. Please call or email: 410-550-0048 or chammo20@jhmi.edu for details. All calls and emails are confidential.

Study No. IRB00093540, PI: Christopher Hammond (Department of Psychiatry), Teen Brain Imaging (MRI) Study