Get Your Memory Examined as Part of a Duke Study
Zach Monge, a PhD student at Duke, is looking for participants between the ages of 60-79 years old, right-handed, and native English speakers for his MRI research study. In his study, Monge will be examining the neural bases of memory across the lifespan. The study consists of three study visits. For the first visit, you would come to our center for 2 hours to complete paperwork and screening assessments and be introduced to the task you will complete in the scanner. For the second visit, we will meet at Duke Hospital for a 2.5 hour appointment (1.5 hours in the MRI) in which you will study pictures of objects while receiving an MRI scan. For the third visit, you will come back the next day at Duke Hospital for another 2.5 hour appointment (1.5 hours in the MRI) in which we will test your memory for the pictures of objects. The study pays $15/hr + compensation for travel. If you are interested in participating, please contact Zach Monge at firstname.lastname@example.org (Duke IRB number Pro00005021).
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News -Are you comfortable with Computers?
We are soliciting members who would be willing to volunteer from time to time to help committees on technical topics. You don't have to be a guru, just willing to investigate something, or advise us. The key requirement is an interest in helping and learning, backed up by some aptitude for computer-related stuff. Examples include a spreadsheet project with the Curriculum Committee, a web site project with the Communications Committee, an analysis project on the use of Spotlight, photographers for events, etc. We will create a panel of volunteers and reach out when there is a specific project. At that time you would see if you can fit it in ... no commitment now. Just fill in the form on this page and we will get back to you. And a big thanks for considering this opportunity.
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