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October 2016

Volunteers Needed for Trials Looking at Brain Imaging, Lung Diseases and Alcohol Consumption

NIH Behavior and Brain Imaging Research Study currently enrolling children and young adults (5-25 years old) with an XYY chromosome variation.  Participation includes an initial 2-day outpatient visit and a visit every 2 years to the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Compensation, transportation, lodging, and meal allowance provided. (Study # 89-M-0006) Contact Jonathan Blumenthal, MA at or 301-435-4516. 

NIMH Research Study is currently seeking healthy male volunteers, 5-25 years old to participate in a study: Brain Imaging of Childhood Onset Psychiatric Disorders, Endocrine Disorders and Healthy Volunteers. There is one initial outpatient visit to the NIH Clinical Center for a physical, blood work, cognitive testing, and MRI scan of the brain and return visits every 2 years. Compensation is provided. (Study # 89-M-0006) Contact Jonathan Blumenthal, MA at or 301-435-4516. 

NIAAA researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) seek volunteers, 21-60 years of age, who drink more than 15 - 20 alcoholic beverages per week, to participate in a study researching if a medication reduces drinking. Compensation may be provide. (Study # 16-AA-0037) Contact NIAAA HP Section at 301-827-0905.

NHLBI study team seeks healthy adults for a research study. Researchers are studying cells taken from the lungs of healthy individuals to compare to cells taken from individuals with asthma and other lung diseases. Compensation provided for participation. (Study #99-H-0076)

For more information on the studies above or others available, call the NIH Office of Patient Recruitment 1-866-444-2214, (TTY 1-866- 411-1010) or visit

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