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Clinical Trial 10017

Menlo Park, CA 94025


Study Summary:

Omneuron, a life sciences company, is currently investigating the differences between the brain activity of healthy individuals & those with chronic pain conditions utilizing novel MRI technologies in this new NIH funded clinical research trial.

We are seeking Healthy Participants to participate in this paid fMRI study on brain activity. By participating you will contribute to the scientific advancement of new techniques to identify and target treatments for individuals with chronic pain conditions.

We are looking for healthy participants to complete a 3-5 visit functional MRI research study, funded by the National Institute of Health (NIH). Participation would involve attending visits about 2 hours long at our office in Menlo Park where you would complete paperwork, complete an MRI scan, or a standard medical physical exam at separate visits. There are no drugs or contrast dyes involved in this study.


Qualified Participants Must:

• Have no metal piercings or implants that can’t be removed (dental work is OK)
• Have good vision or correction with contact lenses
• Weigh under approximately 220 lbs.
• Have no history of chronic pain for healthy participants
• Have no psychiatric illness: such as major depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar, PTSD, ocd, etc.
• Have no history of traumatic brain injury or stroke
• Have no neurological conditions such as epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, etc.
• Not have facial tattoos
• Not be claustrophobic
• Be 21-65 years of age
• Be able to attend multiple MRI scan sessions in Menlo Park, CA


Qualified Participants May Receive:

Compensation (must be a US citizen or legal resident w/green card) is $10h for travel and time spent completing forms, $25h - $30h for time spent in the MRI scanner depending on the task.


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