Stanford MOMENTUM Study- We are currently recruiting children and adolescents to participate in a brain-imaging study to understand how appetite and mood are related.

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    Dr. Manpreet Singh
Updated on 23 November 2020

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Stanford MOMENTUM Study- We are currently recruiting children and adolescents to participate in a brain-imaging study to understand how appetite and mood are related.

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We are currently recruiting children and adolescents between the ages of 9-17 to participate in a brain-imaging study to understand how appetite and mood are related. Through this study, we hope to learn more about the neurological systems critical for the response and regulation of reward that contribute to both emotional health and insulin resistance. We also hope that these findings will help us identify which adolescents will go on to develop worsening mood symptoms.

Although the amount is small in comparison to how valuable your research participation may be, we do compensate $325 for your child’s full participation in the study.

If your child is eligible for this study, we will invite you to come to Stanford University for three separate sessions (each session will last approximately 3 hours long). Our research team can accommodate sessions during weekday daytimes, weekday evenings, and some weekends.

The first session will consist of interviews, questionnaires, and computer games for your child to play. The second session will consist of a research MRI, in which your child will play more games and also answer a few questions. The third session will consist of an Oral Glucose Tolerance Test, a blood test to determine how one’s body breaks down sugar.

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Clinical Study IdentifierTX146616
SponsorDr. Manpreet Singh
Last Modified on23 November 2020

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Inclusion Criteria

Eligible participants
are between 9-17 years old
are experiencing low moods or irritability
have a body mass index greater than the 85th percentile
do not have braces or metal in their body
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