Bipolar kids n sibs
The Bipolar Disorders Unit at the School of Psychiatry of UNSW and the Black Dog Institute are now inviting people to participate in a study aimed at identifying what makes people more or less likely to develop bipolar disorder.
Chief Investigator: Professor Philip Mitchell
We are recruiting people to participate who are aged 12-30 years old and who:
- have bipolar disorder
- or don’t have bipolar disorder themselves but have at least one close relative with bipolar disorder (e.g. a parent or sibling).
Taking part in the study will require all participants to:
- have a personal interview
- complete questionnaires
- donate a blood and saliva sample
- possibly have a brain scan.
Parents of participants aged 12-21 years old are also invited to complete an interview and the questionnaires. Participants will be compensated by up to $100 for their time.To participate in the study or to obtain more information, phone 1800 352 292 or email: email@example.com