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Home Base Program clinicians and researchers are engaged in exciting national research to develop better understanding and treatment of post traumatic stress (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). This research may lead to new breakthroughs in treatment for these “invisible wounds of war" and help to improve the lives of service members, veterans, and their families.
Home Base Program clinicians are researching new therapies to better diagnose and treat Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Your Home Base clinician can discuss possible research studies with you. If you are interested, they will work with you to see which study would be the best fit for you.*
Home Base affiliated research studies at Massachusetts General Hospital and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital include:
For general questions about research at Home Base, contact Dr. Debra Morley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-643-3828.
*Compensation for time and travel may be available.
If you answered "yes" to ANY of these questions, you may be eligible for a Home Base research study of Post Traumatic Stress. Participants receive therapy or study medication at no cost.
To learn more about the study, listen to this WBUR radio story, entitled: New PTSD Study Offering Hope To Veterans. For information call 1-855-MGH-PTSD or email email@example.com.
All inquiries are kept confidential. Compensation up to $300 provided for study participants.
Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital doctors and researchers are working to develop better treatments for post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). This research may lead to new breakthroughs in treatment for these conditions and help to improve the lives of service members and veterans.
MGH has a long tradition of being a leader in medical discoveries. In 1846, MGH was the first hospital to use anesthesia for surgery. In 2008, MGH developed a device—the size of a credit card—to detect small amounts of cancer cells in the blood stream.
Every day, researchers at MGH take basic scientific discoveries and transform clinical patient care. Almost every treatment, test, drug, or medical device used today is the result of research and the willingness of individuals to participate in order to advance medical care for others.
Five important facts about research at Home Base, Massachusetts General Hospital and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital:
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