Brain Power Study
The Brain Power study is a short-term nutrition research study designed to help scientists determine how the diet of children as infants affects their current brain function.
The Brain Power study is a short-term nutrition research study designed to help scientists determine how the diet of children as infants affects their current brain function. Participants in the study are healthy adolescents, ages 7 ½ through 8 ½ who were fed a mostly soy-based formula diet from birth through 12 months. Participants attend between 1 and 3 study visits on the ACH campus. Components of the study include thorough body measurements of the child; psychological testing; brain function testing; and an fMRI scan by ACH's Department of Radiology. Compensation may be provided in the form of cash, check or a cash card beginning with $25.00 for the first visit and $50.00 each for both the second and third visits. Additionally, a bonus of $175.00 will be given for completing all three visits. Partially completed visits may be partially compensated.
For more information about the Brain Power study, please contact the ACNC Recruitment Center at (501)364-3309, toll-free at (866)423-1311, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit us online at www.uams.edu/acnc.
Healthy children between 7 ½ through 8 ½ who were fed mostly soy-based formula as a baby. Request Information for This Trial