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UCLA Depression Research Registry, new study recruitment tool, launches

UCLA has launched the UCLA Depression Research Registry, a new tool to improve research recruitment for future UCLA mental health research studies.

The participant research registry for depression allows UCLA to prescreen and recruit participants for upcoming or future studies, making it possible for researchers to match prequalified potential participants to large, complex research studies when they begin — significantly reducing the time it takes to meet recruitment targets for these important studies.

This project is a collaboration between the UCLA Depression Grand Challenge and the UCLA Center for SMART Health. To register or learn more, visit the UCLA Depression Research Registry website.