Paid Research Study on Family Risk for Alcohol Problems: Young Adults Needed

Paid Research Study on Family Risk for Alcohol Problems:
Young Adults Needed

The Department of Psychiatry at Dell Medical School is conducting a research study that looks at genes and how the brain responds to alcohol.

We are looking for people who:

  • are 21-26 years of age
  • are not pregnant or possibly pregnant
  • have a parent with alcohol problems
  • are able to drink alcohol during study visits

You will come to the laboratory for 3 study visits. Study components include completing diagnostic interviews, mental function (cognitive and behavioral) tests, giving a saliva sample, and completing two sessions during which you drink alcohol while wearing a transdermal alcohol monitoring bracelet. Total participation for first assessment (no alcohol) will take about around 3 hours. Each of the two alcohol sessions will take up to 5-6 hours. You will wear the alcohol monitor overnight following the alcohol sessions.

You will be compensated for study components completed and receive up to $175.

To see if you’re eligible, complete the interest form and research staff will contact you:

The research study will be conducted at The University of Texas at Austin.

For more information, email         

UT Austin IRB Approved

Tuesday, October 3

More dates through December 30, 2023

Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Building (SEA), 2.302
108 DEAN KEETON ST E, Austin, Texas 78712

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