Our research takes place at UNC Hospitals and is supported by the National Institute of Mental Health, the Foundation of Hope, the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute, and the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation.
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of hormones on mood during and after pregnancy. Women in this research study take commonly used medications to increase and decrease their hormone levels.
This study is currently recruiting participants. This research study is seeking women with and without postpartum depression to participate in this study. The study involves answering daily questionnaires about your mood, taking hormones for 2 months, having 2 fMRI brain scans, and coming to UNC for a total of 8 appointments. For this research study, participants will receive a total of $1000, with paid parking at UNC, and more information about the way that hormones impact your mood.
To see if you would be a good fit, please visit www.winstudy.org or call Anita, at 919-966-5243.
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of estrogen on brain function and mood in women transitioning to menopause (the “perimenopause”). This study will allow us to explore the neural pathophysiology of perimenopausal depression, the effects of estrogen on the neural reward system, and the degree to which neural reward system dysfunction predicts the antidepressant effects of estrogen.
This study is currently recruiting participants. This research study is seeking women with and without depression to participate in the study. The study involves taking a low-dose estrogen pill for 3 weeks, having 2 fMRI brain scans, and coming to UNC for a total of 6 appointments. For this research study, participants will receive a total of $500, and participants are responsible for their own transportation costs.
To see if you would be a good fit, please visit www.Duavee.study or call Anita, at 919-966-5243.
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