Healthy individuals at least 40 years old are needed to participate in a research study at the Johns Hopkins Hospital East Baltimore campus. The study is investigating the differences in cognition and brain imaging between healthy people and individuals diagnosed with Parkinsonism. Eligible individuals must be fluent English speakers who are able to undergo MRI and PET brain scans.
Individuals will be asked to complete memory questionnaires, brain imaging (MRI and PET), eye measurement tests, a blood draw, and a brief neuro exam. Individuals will be compensated for each study-related visit, and meals and travel expenses may be covered by the study for eligible participants.
Interested individuals may contact Claudia Waddell by email at email@example.com for more information. Please include "Hub Announcement –4RTNI Healthy Volunteer" in the subject line for an expedited response.