Researchers at the Center for OCD, Anxiety, and Related Disorders, known as COACH, are conducting a research study to better understand the experiences of sibling pairs where one sibling has an anxiety disorder and the other does not.
The study is looking for pairs of female siblings, both between the ages of 10 and 17, to participate in this study. To qualify, one sibling must have been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder and the other must not have.
- A brief interview with the study investigator via Zoom
- Completion of some online mental health questionnaires
- A total participation time of 1 hour or less
Participants will be compensated for their time.
Interested? For more information about eligibility and participation, contact the COACH study coordinator:
The COACH is part of the Children's Center at Johns Hopkins Hospital, located at 550 North Broadway, Suite 206, Baltimore, MD 21205.
This study is approved by a Johns Hopkins Medicine institutional review board: IRB00259483, PI: Joseph McGuire, PhD