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compensation: $200
employment type: part-time
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Are you at least 18 years old?

Are you currently taking an antidepressant medication that is not working?

If so, you may be eligible to participate at no cost to you in a research study at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).

The purpose of this research study is to compare the effect of augmenting an antidepressant with aripiprazole (common brand Abilify) or rTMS (commonly referred to as Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) versus switching to venlafaxine XR (common brand Effexor) for participants who have tried an antidepressant in the past but has not helped their depression. You must already be on an antidepressant medication, but it isn't working very well.

You will be asked to make a minimum of 7 in person visits to our clinic in Downtown Boston, with the possibility of making an additional 26 visits to the Charlestown Navy Yard Campus of MGH over the course of 12 weeks. You will also complete 8 phone visits.

If you complete all parts of this study, you will be compensated $200 for your effort. We also validate your parking.

For more information, please contact Emma at (617) 643-7690 or erhayden@mgh.harvard.edu.
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