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Riley Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic Research Studies
(Flyers attached at bottom)


ADHD Research Study
Investigators at IU School of Medicine, Riley Hospital, are conducting a research study of an investigational medication for children, age 6-12, with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder & Impulsive Aggression. Participation includes approximately 11 visits, potentially lasting up to 10 weeks. Participants will receive study procedures, mental health evaluations, and study medication or placebo at no charge. Compensation is up to $610 total for all visits to offset travel expenses. To learn more information about this study and its requirements, call a member of Dr. David Dunnís research staff, Riley Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic, at 317-944-1128 or email kidpsych@iupui.edu .
BPD Research Study
Investigators at IU School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry are conducting a research study to test an investigational medication for children and adolescents, age 10-17, with Bipolar I Disorder. Eligible participants must be currently taking a bipolar medication (s). Participation includes approximately 42 visits, potentially lasting up to 15 months. Participants will receive study procedures, mental health evaluations, and medication or placebo at no charge. Compensation is $90 for the initial screening visit (visit 1) and $30 for each additional visit to offset travel expenses. To learn more information about this study and its requirements, call Riley Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic at 317-944-1128 or email kidpsych@iupui.edu
JPFS Research Study
Investigators at IU School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry are conducting a research study to test an investigational medication for children and adolescents, age 13-17, with Juvenile Primary Fibromyalgia Syndrome (JPFS). Participation includes approximately 16 visits, potentially lasting up to 41 weeks. Participants will receive study procedures, mental health evaluations, and medication or placebo at no charge. Compensation is $30 for each visit to offset travel expenses. To learn more information about this study and its requirements, call Riley Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic at 317-944-1128 or email kidpsych@iupui.edu

Related Files

ADHD Flyer (PDF File)
BPD Flyer (PDF File)
JPFS Flyer (PDF File)

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