Seeking patients with multiple sclerosis, just started on Tysabri

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University need adults ages 18-80 who have a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis and were just started on Tysabri to participate in a new research study that aims to understand effects of Tysabri on depression.

The study entails four visits (1-2 hours each); each visit will involve blood draw and a few assessments.

If you are interested in participating or would like further information, call/email: 410-502-0622 or You will be paid $200 for your participation.

During the study you will answer a number of assessments related to depression, fatigue, and cognition. Participants under the age of 18 will be enrolled only with the consent of a parent or guardian.

All emails/calls are confidential. Study #: IRB00184001, PI: Dr.Adam Kaplin (Department of Psychiatry)