Understanding Depression in Teenagers, NIH Research Study

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Join a research study seeking to understand the causes of depression in teenagers. As part of a larger study looking at mood dysregulation, participation begins with an initial 1-day outpatient evaluation. Research visits may include annual outpatient visits up to age 25, and/or 4- to 15-week inpatient treatment.

This part of the study is currently recruiting medically healthy teenagers, ages 12-17, who meet the criteria for major depressive disorder and are in treatment with a provider in their community. The study may include assessments, research testing, brain imaging, and standard medications, cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychological testing.

Enrollment is from across the United States. Transportation expenses to NIH in Bethesda, MD are reimbursed. There is no cost to participate, compensation is provided.

Call 1-301-496-8381 [TTY: 1-866-411-1010] or Email depressedkids@mail.nih.gov



Department of Health & Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health, Protocol Number: 02-M-0021