Your child can help and gain first hand experience in research and

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Researchers at Stanford University
are studying brain development
and behavior.
Your child can help and gain
first hand experience in
research and science!
For more information or to participate contact:
Soujanya Gade.
Phone: (650)724-2951
Email: [email protected]
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Currently recruiting boys ages 4 to 13 years.
Participation Involves:
• Comprehensive cognitive and
behavioral evaluation
• MRI Scan (safe and noninvasive, no x-rays/radiation)
Potential Benefits:
• Discussion and written report of
results from evaluation
• Copy of images from your child’s
brain MRI
• Access to ongoing updates
about outcomes of the study
You will receive a $150 honorarium for participation
The Early Childhood/School Age Brain Development Study:
This study is an NIH-funded research project aimed to increase our understanding of the brain during a critical
time of a child’s growth. Information learned from this research can ultimately contribute to early intervention
services.