For Family Members
Caregiver Health: Mothers of Individuals with Schizophrenia is a pilot study designed to compare the health of mothers who have children with schizophrenia to mothers of children who do not have a psychiatric illness (PI: Dr. Matthew J. Smith). The major goal of this study is to improve our understanding of the physical health of mothers who have a child between 9 and 40 years of age who have been diagnosed with schizophrenia. Your sons or daughters between the ages of 9 and 40 years old with a diagnosis of schizophrenia or your other children who do not have schizophrenia may also qualify for one of our studies. Participation will take 30-45 minutes and you will be compensated for your time. For further information, please call: (312) 695-8643. IRB approved study #5367. Click here for research flyer.
Lifespan Sibling Relationships is a pilot study designed to examine the social development of siblings who have a brother or sister with schizophrenia (PI: Dr. Matthew J. Smith). Participation includes completing a survey mailed to your home. Siblings aged 9-40 years old who have a brother or sister with schizophrenia are needed! Compensation is $20. The survey takes approximately 45 minutes to complete. For further information, please call: (312) 695-8643. IRB approved study #5657. Click here for research flyer.