The Development of Electroencephalography (EEG) as a Biomarker in Clinical Psychiatry Research

Study ID
STU 102013-058

Cancer Related

Healthy Volunteers

Study Sites

  • UT Southwestern-Other

Brittany Mason

Principal Investigator
Edson Brown


in summary, finding biomarkers which are predictive, translational, and are accessible both preclinically and clinically is a critical step in development of novel therapeutics that could have significant impact on early cost[?] benefit decision making of compound development , reducing economic burden on the health-care system , and improving patient quality of life. This project intends to allow investigators the opportunity to further explore the utilization of eeGs to more accurately diagnose patients and lead to more effective treatments.

Participant Eligibility

Participants will be men and women outpatients, between 5-80 years of age, and English- or Spanish [?] speaking.