What does being in the Research Registry Mean?
Being in the Neuropsychiatric Research Institute’s (NRI) Research Registry means that you agree to allow us to save your information in a secure database and that you agree to be contacted periodically about research studies for which you may be eligible.
Who has access to my information?
Your personal information will be safely stored in secure files in accordance with federal, state and Institute guidelines. The information you share will only be available to the research personnel.
What is the difference between joining the registry and being in a research study?
Joining the registry does not mean that you are signing up for a study. We will let you know about upcoming studies that you may be eligible for, and you will decide if you want to participate. If you decide to participate in a research study and change your mind later, you may withdraw from a study at any time. You may also withdraw from the research registry at any time.
How will you contact me from the registry?
You may receive emails or phone calls from research personnel about upcoming studies that may work for you. If you take part in a research study, you may be compensated for your time and effort, this is study dependent and is not the same for every study. The Neuropsychiatric Research Institute is committed to comprehensive and cutting edge approaches to research. Studies may include behavioral or biomedical interventions and treatments, imaging, cognitive testing, computer based assessments or interventions, and questionnaires or surveys. Studies are ongoing and may require that you come to NRI and/or to affiliated clinical facilities for research visits or just responding to questions online or by paper and pencil. Each study is different and you can choose what works for you and your schedule.
If you have questions about the Research Registry, please call (701)293-1335.