The Research Imaging Institute has the following studies in need of volunteers. If you are interested in participating, please contact Debbie Espinoza by phone at (210)567-8220 or email, leave your name and phone number/email address and the name of the study about which you are inquiring.
At times, there are ongoing protocols in addition to the ones listed here. Please contact Debbie for further information.
Motor Performance of Parkinson's Disease
Patients with Parkinson’s Disease needed for a study
The Research Imaging Institute (RII) at the UTHSCSA is seeking individuals with Parkinson’s Disease who are 45-70 years old and right handed to participate in a study of motor practice.
Subjects who agree to participate in the study will make daily visits to the RII over seven weeks and will undergo sessions of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), and motor practice.
Compensation for participation is available. All studies performed at McDermott Clinical Sc. Bldg (North Campus).
Principal Investigator: Peter T. Fox, M.D.
For further information contact Shalini Narayana, TMS lab@ 567-8194
or call Beth Hannon @ 567-8016
DO YOU SUFFER FROM BIPOLAR DISORDER?
We are looking for subjects who have been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder for a study on brain structure and function. The study consists of computerized testing and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). Financial compensation is provided.
We are looking for subjects who:
Are between the ages of 20-60.
Have been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder.
Do not have any non-removable metal objects or pacemakers remaining in their body (i.e. staples, rods, pins, mesh implants).
Have a brother or sister in the San Antonio/Bexar County area, which will be willing to participate with you in the study. Your brother or sister must not have a history of any psychiatric disorder.
This study is being conducted by David C. Glahn Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, 7703 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio.
For further information, please call (210)567-0330, leave a message and your call will be returned.