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ORGANIZATION: Stanford Immune Behavioral Health Research Program

  • 15 people are interested

We are seeking healthy pediatric volunteers (and healthy adults up to 24 years old) to help in a study of sudden-onset psychiatric disease. Eligibility criteria:

  • 4-24 years old
  • No current or past medical or mental health concerns (i.e., anxiety, ADHD, depression, OCD, tics)
  • Willing to complete questionnaires and at least one blood draw
Participants will receive:
  • $50 for each blood draw or community service hours
  • Reward of knowing that you are helping to make breakthroughs in mental health disorders caused by infections and immune activation
To get started, please take this survey: https://redcap.stanford.edu/surveys/?s=TRYPJMWMX37EHFM4

For more information, contact: pansresearch@stanford.edu. For general rights for research participants, contact 1-866-680-2906.

https://med.stanford.edu/pans/research/participate-in-research.html

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About Stanford Immune Behavioral Health Research Program

Location:

700 Welch Rd, Ste 301, Palo Alto, CA 94304, US

Mission Statement

We created our Stanford PANS program in 2012 in order to build a comprehensive program with the goal to orchestrate groundbreaking research while providing tailored care for patients and their families.

Description

Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome (PANS), Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorder Associated w/ Streptococcal Infections (PANDAS), or Sydenham's chorea (with psychiatric symptoms) present a sudden, seemingly inexplicable change in children, and we understand that getting accurate diagnosis, proper treatment and family support can make a profound difference for both the child’s health and the entire family’s well-being. Our goal is to provide outstanding care based on groundbreaking research, and to tailor care to your child’s unique combination of symptoms and your family’s personal needs.

CAUSE AREAS

Children & Youth
Health & Medicine
Children & Youth, Health & Medicine

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Stanford Medical CampusPalo Alto, CA 94304

(37.38134,-122.18028)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 4
  • less than 1 hour worth of survey/questionnaires and if screening criteria is met, <30 minutes for a blood draw

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