You may be eligible for a research study.
The National Institute on Drug Use (NIDA) is looking for volunteers aged 18 to 60 who have a cocaine-use disorder and are in generally good health. The purpose of this study is to see how iTBS (non-invasive brain stimulation) affects brain function, thinking, decision-making, and cocaine use. This study will last 35 visits with participants coming in multiple times for sessions ranging from 1-8 hours.
Layout of the study:
Participants will be asked to complete questionnaires.
Participants will receive a physical exam.
Participants will be asked to participate in 10 iTBS sessions.
Participants will complete 8 MRIs.
Participants will provide blood and urine samples.
Individuals are not eligible to participate if they are:
Pregnant or breastfeeding
Have a psychiatric illness or condition that required medication or hospitalization
This study is free to join and compensation is provided for time and travel. To learn more call 1-800-535-8254.