The University of Ottawa Sleep Laboratory is looking for adults age 20‐35 to participate in research studies. Participants must be in good health and describe themselves as a “good” sleeper. Participants will be asked to complete questionnaires to verify that they are eligible to participate. You will be compensated for your participation.
To enquire about participating, please visit the sleep lab website.
Child Development Research
The Child Development Laboratories at the University of Ottawa are looking for children from 3 months to 8 years old to participate in studies. The studies are designed to be game-like and fun for children looking at things like language, cognitive, and moral development. Free parking is provided while you are at the University and your child will receive a small gift for helping out with our research. Many appointment slots are available, including weekends. Most of the studies involve only a one hour-long visit.
Phone: 613-562-5800 ext. 4446
ADHD and Development Lab
Dr. Maria Rogers (C. Psych.) is currently looking for youth to participate in our studies! We have a number of ongoing studies for children and youth ranging from 3-24 years old. Study activities vary, but may include playing games, filling out questionnaires, and watching movie clips. Compensation also varies, ranging from personalized educational reports to gift cards! Eligibility: English proficiency. ADHD diagnosis is NOT required. Contact us to sign up!
Phone: 613-562-5800 ext. 4457
Do you or a family member, friend, or someone close to you have memory problems, dementia, or Alzheimer's? Join us in helping find a cure! The Bruyère Research Institute is currently looking for people to participate in both drug and non-drug studies that may help cure, prevent, or slow down the progression of memory loss, dementia, and Alzheimer's disease.If you would like to learn more please call.
Phone: 613 562 6262 ext. 1284