Dr Ashley Smith
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Recover Injury Research Centre (formerly known as CONROD) is seeking participants for a new whiplash study. The study, led by Dr Ashley Smith from Griffith University, aims to better understand the development of structural and functional brain changes in the transition from acute to chronic pain following whiplash injury. if you are interested in participating please contact the study coordinator with the details above.
The research team would like to speak to people who have experienced a whiplash injury approximately 3-months ago, and i) have recovered, or ii) are still experiencing pain. Participants will be required to undergo a brain MRI at The University of Queensland, St Lucia, Brisbane.
People experiencing a whiplash injury will not be able to take part in the study if they have nerve pain, a head injury or fracture resulting from whiplash injury; a history of neck pain and headache that required treatment prior to the motor vehicle collision; a central of peripheral neurological dysfunction; a peripheral vascular disease or a coronary artery disease; or are pregnant.
PERIOD OF RECRUITMENT
Until March 31, 2017.
YOU WILL RECEIVE
Travel costs will be reimbursed.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply please email email@example.com or fill in the below contact form and we will respond to you.