Active Studies

Active Research Studies

Explore active research studies at the UNMC Munroe-Meyer Institute.

Alcohol 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.
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The Adaptive Brains Learning about Emotions (ABLE)

IRB# 0529-21-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.
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Sleep Study

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).
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Contact Us

The Research Program at MMI is directed by Jennifer Blackford, PhD.

Email Dr. Blackford for more information.