Seeking healthy controls for study on premenstrual mood symptoms

Want to contribute to women's health research?

The Johns Hopkins University is seeking women to participate in a research study on premenstrual symptoms. The study involves three remote visits with Johns Hopkins staff over the course of two to three months. These visits involve questionnaires about mood, tracking your menstrual cycle, and providing saliva samples. Each of the visits lasts about 1 hour.

To be eligible for the study, women must:

  • Be age 18-50
  • Experiencing regular menstrual cycles
  • Not be taking hormonal birth control (the pill, the patch, the shot, the Mirena/Skyla IUD)
  • Not using psychiatric medications such as antidepressants

For more information, please visit the WMDC website.

Principal Investigator: Liisa Hantsoo, PhD
Protocol #: IRB00256856