PTSD Treatment Project Nears Data Collection Completion for Hydrocortisone Study
The Post Traumatic Stress Disorder treatment project at University College London, one of the research projects currently being supported and funded by The Sir Bobby Charlton Foundation, has announced that after testing over 100 volunteers, researchers are now very close to completing the data collection for the study which looks at the effects of the medication, hydrocortisone on the storage of emotional memory in healthy men and women.
This study, lead by Dr Sunjeev Kamboj, is part of a larger programme of experimental work which aims to find new treatments to reduce the impact of distressing memories after a traumatic event and possibly prevent the development of PTSD in those who experience trauma.
Thank you to the volunteers who have been a crucial part of this research.
If you would like to participate in the study as one of the last 10 women, aged 18-35yrs (who need to be using a hormone-based contraceptive) you can find out more about eligibility by emailing [email protected] or directly via the link to the study information http://bit.do/cortisol-information. Alternatively, if you would like to find out more or get involved with this project, please email [email protected], or visit www.ucl.ac.uk/psychopharmacology.