NEURAL CIRCUITS AND BEHAVIORAL PATHWAYS LINKING HEARING LOSS TO DEPRESSION IN OLDER ADULTS
Neural Circuits And Behavioral Pathways Linking Hearing Loss To Depression In Older Adults
Sponsor: Moynihan Clinical Research Fellowship
Enrolling: Male and Female Patients
Study Length: 3 Days
Clinic Visits: 4
IRB Number: 8142
Contact: Bhuvana Kotnana: 646-774-8677 / bhuvaneswari.kotnana@nyspi.columbia.edu
Additional Study Information: This study examines the relationship between age-related hearing loss (ARHL) and depression. Participants will complete the following visits: two evaluation visits (one in-person and one virtual), and two in-person study visits (if eligible): a research visit (neuropsychological assessments, self-report forms) and an MRI scan. The entire study can be completed in 3-4 days (not consecutive). This study is recruiting participants aged 60+ with/without hearing loss/depression.
Investigator
Katharine Brewster, MD
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For more information, please contact:
Bhuvana Kotnana
bhuvaneswari.kotnana@nyspi.columbia.edu
646-774-8677