Active Research Studies
Explore active research studies at the UNMC Munroe-Meyer Institute.
The Adaptive Brains Learning about Emotions (ABLE) study
IRB# 529-21-FB: The Adaptive Brains Learning about Emotions (ABLE) Study is recruiting children between the ages of 8-12 to be in a research study that will help us better understand and treat anxiety disorders. Children that are anxious and worry and children who do not are both needed for this study.
IRB# 279-21-FB: Sex differences in brain function during early abstinence in alcohol use disorders is a research study that seeks to learn about how the brain recovers from alcoholism and whether there are differences in men and women.
IRB# 683-21-EP: The Virtual 2-Day Intensive Group Parenting Workshop for Primary Caregivers of Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder study is recruiting caregivers of children between 2 and 7 years of age with a diagnosis of autism and reported behavior problems. The goal of the study is to evaluate an intensive, group-based virtual parenting workshop on increasing parenting skills and psychosocial functioning of families.
IRB# 659-24-EP: Evaluation of sibling-peer modeling on increasing consumption of foods for children with feeding disorders is a research study for children diagnosed with avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID), or other feeding difficulties that will evaluate the effectiveness of siblings as peer models and the use of differential reinforcement procedures to increase consumption of targeted foods.
IRB# 775-18-FB: UNMC is looking for children, and parents of children, who are 10-18 years old, diagnosed with Autism and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and sleeping less than 8 hours per night (3 or more times per week).
The Research Program at MMI is directed by Jennifer Blackford, PhD.
Email Dr. Blackford for more information.