Participate in our growing list of BFRB research studies:

 

Research Study on Skin Picking & Hair Pulling Disorders
Conducted by Dr. Jon Grant


We're thrilled to announce the University of Chicago named the Picking Me foundation its local outreach partner for a esearch study on skin picking and hair pulling disorders, conducted by Dr. Jon Grant. For more info and to participate, contact

Stephanie Valle
svalle@yoda.bsd.uchicago.edu
ph: 773-834-3778

Elizabeth Cavic
773-702-9066
ec642@bsd.uchicago.edu

 or visit the U of C Addictive, Compulsive, and Impulse Disorders Research programs site linked here.

 

Research Study Sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
Clinical Research Associate at SUNY Downstate Medical Center: Jorge Valderrama


Research has shown that genes can make some people more likely than others to develop OCD and Related Disorders. The goal of our study is to identify these genes. ELIGIBILITY: 7 years of age or older, have symptoms or a diagnosis of OCD and Related Disorders (Hoarding Disorder, Body Dysmoprhic Disorder, Hair Pulling Disorder/Trichotillomania and Skin Picking Disorder/Excoriation Disorder). Study Procedures include: complete a screening questionnaire on personal and family health history, be interviewed by a clinician about your symptoms, give a small blood sample (about 3 tablespoons). You will be compensated for your time and effort.
To participate in the program, contact through email or phone. Email: InstituteforGenomicHealth@downstate.edu Phone: 718-270-8254