Current Research Studies:
- Mental Health in Persons with Down Syndrome: We are currently recruiting participants with Down Syndrome between the ages of 18-30-years-old for a research study titled, "Depression and Sleep Disorders in Adults with Down Syndrome."
- Measures of behavior, mental health and adaptive function in Down Syndrome: We are currently recruiting children ages 3-15 to better understand behavior, executive function, sleep and adaptive skills in children and adolescents.
- Brain Imaging in Down Syndrome: We are currently recruiting individuals 21-75 to participate in a study involving behavioral testing and brain imaging.
- Genetic Influences on Learning and Behavior: We are currently recruiting participants with Down Syndrome between the ages of 6-25-years-old for a research study titled, "Down Syndrome Phenotype Project." Click here to read our brochure for more information.
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For questions or more information about our center’s research initiatives, please contact Crystal Thomas at email@example.com.
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