Opinion Outpost

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Depression Study

This study is brought to you by the lovely MsConnie from ItsFree. I figured one of yall might be interested in getting in on this. I wish you the best of luck.

Research Opportunities at Howard University Howard University is conducting a study on African Americans, to try to find specific genetic factors that predispose people to develop severe depression. We need to find people to participate who have certain kinds of depression in themselves and in family members. It would be very helpful if you might be willing to participate in the study by answering some questions about any history of depression that you might have had, and also about any observations you have had about depression in other family members. There are two types of interviews in which one may participate in: Interviews that can be done over the phone for those individuals who are out of state, and in-person interviews for those individuals who are local to the Washington DC metro area. All individuals, once enrolled will be compensated for their participation in this research study. If this may be of interest to you, please don't hesitate to contact us toll free at 1(866)747-9522 or locally at 1(202)806-7642 or via email at oo-neal@howard.edu Please note: We placed this ad to bring this study to the attention of African American individuals who might be interested in participating, because African Americans are often under-represented in health research including research on depression. The study is also open to individuals who are not African American. If you are not African American but would like further information about participation, please go to depressiongenetics.stanford.edu (the national website for this study). *If you leave a phone message or send us an email, please let us know a phone number where we can reach you, and a convenient time to call.

As always have a great Wonderful and Fantastic Day!

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