Research studies for people with bipolar disorder
We are seeking participants for our bipolar disorder research studies. Our research ranges from developing and testing new and exciting treatments to online questionnaires, e-mental health tools and phone interviews.
Bipolar kids n sibs
Chief Investigator: Professor Philip Mitchell
The Bipolar Disorders Unit at the School of Psychiatry of University of New South Wales and the Black Dog Institute are now inviting people to participate in a study aiming to identify what makes people more or less likely to develop bipolar disorder.
New non-medication treatment for depression including bipolar disorder
Chief Investigator: Professor Colleen Loo
Professor Colleen Loo and her team are conducting a depression treatment trial of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) which could be a potential alternative to medication and electroconvulsive therapy (ECT).
An app to help people with suicidal thoughts
Chief Investigator: Professor Helen Christensen
We are looking for individuals to participate in a trial of a new tablet-based app designed to improve mental health and reduce suicidal thoughts. Many people find it difficult to share their suicidal thoughts and we want to examine if an anonymous self-help app helps people with suicidal thoughts.