We are recruiting mothers and infants for a study using fMRI to explore mother-infant attachment.
We are looking for healthy controls as well as mothers with a severe mood disorder.
Participation involves questionnaires, an assessment of mother-infant interaction, an assessment of infant development as well as the fMRI for mums. Participants are compensated for their time and travel costs.
If you are interested, or know someone who might be suitable, please contact Janan Karatas at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0413 787 115.
PhD student and physiotherapist Edel O’Hagan is currently working on a study that investigates whether using a medication, normally used for sleep disturbances, can help people with acute back pain – that is, pain which has lasted less than three months. Back pain researchers at NeuRA know that there is a shared relationship between sleep and pain. Typically, the higher the pain intensity the worse a person sleeps. Conversely, after […]