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Do universities or researches ever recruit for case studies? (not looking to get paid) neurology, maybe psychiatry psychology?

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Yes: Dr harold harsch at the medical college of wisconsin would be your best contact in milwaukee. His number is online. Another place where research is done is at rogers memorial hospital in west allis. Just call and they will tell you what research projects are going on and what the inclusion and exclusion criteria are. Good luck !

Answered 6/30/2015

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Research studies?: Researchers certainly recruit for research. Investigate the psychiatry, neurology and psychology university and medical center departments near you to see what studies might be occurring.

Answered 5/8/2016

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Yes: Look up clinicaltrials.Gov on the internet. You can find studies that might be of interest to you and give information on recruitment.

Answered 7/1/2015

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absolutely: Many large universities often seek out pts to participate in various projects. Some are for pay others for research value only. Contact your local university and see what is available in your area.

Answered 7/1/2015

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Yes: Yes, universities to recruit subjects for surveys, for tests, and for other research issues. If you wish to participate in such studies find the department in which such studies are to be conducted. The ones you mentioned most likely would be found in the University medical school.

Answered 2/24/2015

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