SUBJECT LINEHEALTHY MEN AND WOMEN
StudyCSF INFLAMMATION AND AGGRESSION
Principal InvestigatorEmil Coccaro M.D.
Study DescriptionThe University of Chicago is conducting a research study examining the differences in people who do NOT have a history of aggressive behavior and people who do have a history of aggressive behavior. This study involves a series of three (3) visits. You will receive a confidential, no-cost, evaluation to see if you qualify to enter. Study procedures include: blood collection for plasma and gene expression, medical/physical examination, screening interview, fMRI scan of your brain, and a lumbar puncture for cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). During an fMRI scan we will look at how the brain works in social and emotional situations in people who do NOT have a history of aggressive behavior. The Clinical Research Center (CRC) will also perform a lumbar puncture to examine certain inflammatory markers in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). You will be compensated for selected research procedures and may receive up to $400 over the time of the study in addition to reimbursement for parking or public transportation costs.
Duration of study3 visits
CompensationUp to $400.00 over course of study.
ContactCall: (773) 834-4457
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