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The Bernert Lab is looking for volunteers to participate in our current sleep treatment studies. We have two studies open for recruitment currently. Please contact us for a free phone screening to determine if you may be eligible.   


Project SERVE


Sleep Enhancement for Returning Veterans
                             
            
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Who Can Participate:    Veterans with symptoms of insomnia and depression.

What is Involved:           Non-medication insomnia treatment (4 weekly sessions) at no cost.
                                            A pre-treatment visit and several follow-up visits post-treatment.
                                            You may be asked to complete fMRI scans and salivary samples. 

Reimbursement:           $200-350

Location:                         Stanford University or VA Palo Alto Health Care System

Phone:                            (650) 725-5030                             (Stanford University Location)   

                                         (650) 493-5000 ext. 2-26229     (VA Palo Alto Location)
                                                     

Email:                              projectserve-email@stanford.edu [projectserve-email]

Website:                         www.ProjectServeSleep.com

 

                  To participate, please click here.

* Mileage reimbursement is available for individuals traveling from more than 30 miles away

 

 
iSleep


Insomnia Treatment for Improved Sleep and Well-Being

        
          
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Who Can Participate:    Adults (18+) with symptoms of insomnia and depression.

What is Involved:           Non-medication insomnia treatment (5 weekly sessions) at no cost.
                                            A pre-treatment visit and several follow-up visits post-treatment.

Reimbursement:           $270

Location:                         Stanford University

Phone:                             (650) 724-5368

Email:                               isleep-email@stanford.edu [isleep-email]

 

 

Note: A known diagnosis of insomnia or depression is not required to contact us about a study

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