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Participate in Research

Our research with human subjects depends crucially on the willingness of people from the university and surrounding community to participate in our studies. It is through their help that we have been able to make some fascinating discoveries.

TReAD Lab Recruiting for Multiple Studies

The Translational Research in Affective Disorders (TReAD) Lab is currently recruiting participants for multiple studies. The TReAD lab's overarching research focus is the neural circuitry that underlies decision-making and how abnormalities in these processes relate to and manifest as core symptoms in affective disorders, like major depressive disorder.

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BGA Lab MAPme Study

The Behavioral Genetics of Addiction (BGA) Lab recruits continuing students at Emory University (College of Arts and Sciences & Oxford College). By participating in MAPme, you are helping to increase our understanding of mental health and its relationship to substance use. MAPme gives you the opportunity to influence the conversation around substance use on your college campus.
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Emory University Mental Health and Development Program

The Emory University Mental Health & Development Program is conducting research on the development of adjustment problems. The National Institute of Mental Health supports this research. 

  • Volunteers are eligible if they are 13 to 30 years of age. 
  • Healthy youth are eligible for participation. In addition, those who are experiencing two or more of the following are eligible; social problems, extreme emotional reactions, unusual ideas, or unusual perceptual experiences 

Participation includes interviews and cognitive testing. Participants are compensated for their time.