Faculty/Staff Announcements
Charisma study is seeking research participants
The study seeks participants ages 12-21; of South Asian, African American, or Caucasian ancestry; and who are considered to have excess weight; compensation $400
Adult research volunteers needed
Researchers are looking for normal volunteers to undergo magnetic resonance imaging scans of the brain; participants paid $30 for standard scan or up to $70 with optional tasks
Seeking participants for effort study
Healthy participants ages 18 to 40 needed for an fMRI study to investigate the basis of decision making regarding effort-tasks; compensation $50 or more
Volunteers needed for skin research study
Individuals between 18 and 50 years of age without skin diseases are needed to donate small skin samples for a research study at the Johns Hopkins Department of Dermatology
Individuals without hair on their head needed for skin research study
Individuals without hair on their head and with normal, healthy skin are needed to donate skin samples as part of research in the Department of Dermatology
BRAINY: Brain Recovery After INjury in Youth, now online
This research study investigates brain recovery after concussion in relation to motor performance and brain connectivity; participants must be between 10 and 17 years old if have had a recent concussion, or 13 and 17 years if have never had a concussion
Participants needed for a Zika vaccine study
Healthy volunteers between ages 18 and 50 are needed for this six-month Center for Immunization Research study
Participate in our asthma and allergy study
Help us better understand asthma and allergies by volunteering to donate blood! We are looking for healthy and allergic-asthmatic people between the ages of 21 and 45.
You may be able to help evaluate an investigational birth control pill
Participants must be ages 13–45 and healthy, seeking birth control to prevent pregnancy, and willing, over 12 months, to take an oral birth control pill daily and complete an eDiary daily, among other qualifications
Healthy study participants wanted
This study evaluates whether nicotinamide riboside, a form of vitamin B3, is involved in promoting the health of small, unmyelinated nerve fibers