There are a number of research projects being conducted at the MNC looking for participants - do you want to help?
Melbourne Neuropsychiatry Centre (MNC) at the University of Melbourne, is undertaking leading clinical research in psychiatric illness. This research will promote early detection and diagnosis and provide new ways to improve treatment.
You can help us by participating in one or multiple research studies like the ones below.
7T MRI SCANNING STUDY - NOW RECRUITING!
We are conducting research on the development and treatment of psychosis, including schizophrenia.
We require healthy volunteers to participate in this research study.
You may be eligible to volunteer if:
You have never had a mental illness
You are aged between 25-50 years of age
None of your first-degree relatives (sibling, parent, child) have psychosis or schizophrenia
Other eligibility criteria may apply
What is involved:
Clinical and cognitive assessments
Bio-specimen sample collection (blood)
What are the benefits:
Results from this study may help patients with psychosis in the future
You will be reimbursed for your time and travel expenses
THE VICTORIAN ORAL MICROBIOME AND LIFESTYLE STUDY - NOW RECRUITING!
The Victorian Oral Microbiome and Lifestyle Study has two parts, and you can choose to only do the first part. Part 1 is at the Melbourne Museum on specific dates, and involves a questionnaire, height and weight measurement, and dribbling saliva into a plastic tube.
If you are interested, you can also choose to complete Part 2, which is a longer questionnaire you can do later, in your own time. A summary of each part is provided below. If you’d like to find out more, please read the plain language statement. Please note that all information provided by participants is treated as confidential, and no identifying information will be presented or shared. The only exception to this is if the information is provided that suggests that anyone, including a child, may be at risk of harm.
This project is being hosted by the Melbourne Museum and is located next to the Gut Feelings Exhibition. Gut Feelings is in the Mind and Body Gallery, on the first floor. Entry to Gut Feelings is included with Museum entry and does not require a separate ticket.
11 Nicholson Street
MUSEUM DATES in 2019:
OCTOBER: Friday 4th
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