Volunteers Needed for Concussion Study
The QUIP lab is conducting a study which uses a new MRI technique to detect biomarkers of concussion. MRI is safe and does not involve any needles, injections, radioactivity, or ionizing radiations.
Have you recently experienced a concussion or mild brain injury?
Are you healthy and willing to contribute towards
advancing MRI concussion diagnosis?
Help us improve our understanding of brain processes
and chemical composition after a concussion!
Eligible* participants could receive up to $500 after full completion of all study activities.
*Male or female, fluent in English, no metallic implants
What is involved?
- 2 hour process: each visit includes neurocognitive questionnaires
- Lie still in a MRI scanner while resting for no more than 30 minutes
- Up to 6 visits, over 6 months
An Institutional Review Board responsible for human subjects research at The University of Arizona reviewed this research project and found it to be acceptable, according to applicable state and federal regulations and University policies designed to protect the rights and welfare of participants in research.