29 Apr 2013

Participants sought: Bipolar disorder and genetics

bipolarMAPrc research study on Bipolar Disorder and genetics is identifying endophenotypes, the expression of neurocognitive and social cognitive enhancements or deficits, which will aid in identifying specific genes. Participants must have a first-degree relative with bi-polar disorder but not have the disease, be between the ages of 18-65, not be pregnant, substance-dependent, have any vision or hearing impairment, or difficulty with spoken English.
See more at http://www.monash.edu.au/news/notices/show/bipolar-disorder-and-first-degree-relatives-participants-sought. Contact Michael Reynolds, michael.reynolds@monash.edu. Image: www.madambipolar.com

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