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RESEARCH PARTICIPATION OPPORTUNITIES AT THE AATC
Many patients enjoy participating in research studies because they feel eager to help future patients who suffer from the same disorder. They know that the data they provide are a priceless gift of improved scientific knowledge for the researchers and mental health professionals who strive to serve patients. The staff at AATC base their skills upon the best information that science provides. You can help us continue to advance the science upon which we base our treatments by volunteering to participate in the studies that we, or other researchers, undertake. Please consider volunteering yourself, or your child, to participate in research. It will be a good deed with a long lasting effect humanitarian effect.
The Anxiety and Agoraphobia Treatment Center offers opportunities for patients and their families to participate in research studies that help advance the scientific understanding and treatment of their disorders. These studies are under the direction of Dr. John Calamari from the Department of Psychology at the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Sciences. Dr. Calamari is a leading researcher in the field of the anxiety disorders and a member of the Obsessive Compulsive Foundation Scientific Advisory Board and the OCD Chicago Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Calamari has authored numerous scientific publications and oversees the design and implementation of research studies at AATC.
Current studies forming are looking for those who suffer from trichotillomania and any anxiety disorder. Contact the following person if you are interested in volunteering.
Adults age 65 and older-any anxiety disorder - Dr. John Calamari
Adults with any anxiety disorder - Dr. John Calamari