Boston Adolescent Neuroimaging of Depression and Anxiety

We at MIT, Boston University, MGH, and McLean Hospital are currently recruiting adolescents (ages 14-16) for new research seeking to understand the teenage brain.

We offer the opportunity for young persons to gain experience in the neuroscience research process. Adolescents can also earn up to $375 and parents can earn up to $75, plus travel expenses for their participation. Adolescents and parents with a history of depression/anxiety, or from racial or ethnic minority groups are especially encouraged to participate.

This study includes three visits over the course of 1 year. The first and third sessions are at your choice of three locations: Boston University, McLean Hospital, or MGH. The second visit is an MRI scan at the Martinos Biomedical imaging Center in Charlestown, MA.

Please follow the link below to fill out the survey or contact or (617) 324-1141 for more information.