Cranial Nerve Stimulation Study
The Monell Chemical Senses Center is looking for volunteers for a smell study to be conducted at the Center. This research explores the role of cranial nerve stimulation and how it impacts your sense of smell.
Eligible to adults 18 – 50 years of age. Subjects will be asked to detect, identify, discriminate, and evaluate various smells. Subjects may be asked to wear a small ear clip that contains an electrode that delivers a mild electrical impulse to stimulate cranial nerves.
The total estimated time of your participation in this study is up to 3 (three) hours over separate visits.
We will compensate subjects for participation and travel costs for each study visit. Compensation based upon completion of tasks and length of participation.
Some exclusion criteria apply; please contact the lab for more information.
Contact Kristen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ad posted 03/03/2020.
Ethylene Exposure Study
Adults between the ages of 18 – 55 may qualify for a research study looking at the effect of exposure to ethylene, a compound commonly used in the chemical and agricultural industries. This study involves 12 sessions involving the Monell Center and Thomas Jefferson University.
The first 2 session may last up to 60 minutes. Sessions 3-11 will last up to 8 hours and the last session will last up to 9 hours. If you qualify you will be asked to:
- Sit in a room filled with Ethylene
- Ride a stationary bike in a room filled with Ethylene
- Breath into a device that records lung function before and after exposure
- Donate samples of blood, saliva, mucus, and breath
You will receive $1500 following the completion of the study.
Who to Contact:
Any questions that you may have about this research study can be answered by emailing email@example.com.
Ad posted 3/28/2019 and recruitment is open until 4/19/2021.