Recruiting Studies

All Recruiting Studies

For more information on any of the studies listed below, or to make a referral, please call (212) 263-2481 or email research@AboutOurKids.org. For general information read, Q&A About Research Participation. Click here to view research studies that are NOT currently recruiting.

Autism Spectrum Disorders |  Temper Outburst Study 

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Brain Research Study for Children
This study is for children between the ages of 5.5 and 9 with an autism spectrum disorder or poor communication skills, little or no ability to form friendships, and/or intense interests in unusual subjects or activities. The study involves non-invasive brain imaging sessions and a no-cost assessment of the child’s general abilities, academic skills, and behavior. A written summary report and compensation are provided. To know more about this study, please contact: CSC.ARP@nyumc.org

Brain Research Study for Toddlers
The NYU Child Study Center is currently seeking children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) for a research study on brain function. If you have a child between the ages of 18 months and 5 years, he/she may qualify. The study includes a no-cost diagnostic and cognitive assessment, as well as a brain scan. Participants receive a written report that summarizes the evaluation. Participation is voluntary and compensation is provided. Please contact Monica at gordim01@nyumc.org or (646) 754-5183 for more information.

Brain Research Study for Children and Teens
This study is for Typically Developing children and adolescents between the ages of 5 and 17. To know more about this study, please contact: Emma at (646) 754-5186 (stanie01@nyumc.org) No-cost assessment includes an evaluation of the child or adolescent’s general abilities, academic skills, and behavior. A written summary report and compensation is provided.

Temper Outburst Study

Evaluation of Children with Temper Outbursts
The NYU Child Study Center and Fordham University are currently conducting a study of brain function of children with temper outbursts that are difficult to control. If your child has these types of difficulties, and is between the ages of 7 and 9, he or she may qualify for this research study, which provides a free evaluation and a summary report. Participation is voluntary and compensation is provided. Please contact Sheina Godovich at (718) 817-0968 or perl1@fordham.edu for more details.