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Clinical Trial 6727

Menlo Park, CA 94025


Study Summary:

Participants with depression are needed for a Research Study. Omneuron, a clinical trial research company, is currently recruiting individuals diagnosed with depression that have not fully responded to an antidepressant medication to participate in a study to investigate feasibility for a treatment for depression that uses newly developed brain imaging methods to train participants to control their own brain activation. All participants in this study will receive cognitive training to change your mood. A central goal of the study is to measure brain activation patterns using an MRI scanner while participants use mental strategies to change mood.


Qualified Participants Must:

• Be 18-60 years of age
• Be clinically diagnosed with depression. Verification from a medical Doctor is REQUIRED to participate
• Have been prescribed at least one antidepressant medication
• Have no implanted medical devices that are not compatible with MRI (spinal cord stimulator/pump, pacemaker, surgical aneurysm clip, stents etc)
• Have no recent history of severe psychiatric illness other than depression or anxiety
• Weigh less than 220 lbs
• Be able to be scanned in MRI without claustrophobia
• Have no facial tattoos, non-removable metal implants, piercings, or extensive dental work
• Not be pregnant or having fertility treatments
• Be able to read and understand English


Qualified Participants May Receive:

Eligible participants will receive cash compensation for their participation (i.e. travel time, questionnaires, and all time in scanner). For your time and inconvenience, you will be paid $30/hour for the MRI portions of the study and $10/hour for all other times related to the study.


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