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Volunteers for ptsd research

Discussion in 'Studies & Research' started by Marjdeca, Jan 10, 2018.

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  1. Marjdeca

    Marjdeca New Member

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    Hello,

    My partner and I are partaking in the BT Young Scientist Competition and we wish to do a project on PTSD and a lot of research is involved.

    Our project is categorised under Social and Behavioural Science. The BT Young Scientist Competition revolves around encouraging students to be more innovative and allow them the opportunity to introduce new ideas to the world.

    We would like to ask for volunteers either supporters or with PTSD themselves to assist us with the research involved. Should you decide to volunteer, you will be required to fill out a questionnaire and follow a simple routine which we designed and give an update every two weeks. We aim to find a conclusion on how to balance the brain chemicals - substance p and serotonin, in aid of people with PTSD. We hope the findings of our project will be beneficial to those with PTSD and in the future.

    If you are interested in volunteering please email me before the 26/1/18. Your identity will remain anonymous.

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    joeylittle ˁ˚ᴥ˚ˀ All howl, no bite Administrator Generous $250+

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    Hi, @Marjdeca - thanks for your interest in our community. I've responded to you via email, letting you know what information I'd need to review before we could post your contact info for our users. You can reply to the email. If we get all those elements squared away, I'll unlock the thread.

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