UNM research study resumes, recruitment efforts continue

A research study at The University of New Mexico and the Mind Research Network (MRN) is picking up right where it left off after the pandemic slowed recruitment efforts. The study that aims to identify neurocognitive and neurobehavioral mechanisms of behavior change (MOBCs) in alcohol treatment has the potential to build a database of knowledge about the processes by which treatments work.

Researchers managed to recruit nearly 50 individuals to participate in the study just before the state shut down in March. Now, recruitment efforts have resumed, and researchers have made revisions to increase safety measures for participants, due to current public health orders.

Volunteer Recruitment Details

  • Ages: 22 to 55
  • Study is following all UNM and CDC COVID-19 safety protocols
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