Participating in a PET study at BMIC
In order for medical research to progress and contribute to better treatments, researchers are completely dependent on people standing up as subjects. At the same time, the studies in which the subjects participate must be as harmless as possible.
PET is used to study psychiatric and neurological diseases such as depression, psychosis and Parkinson's disease. In many research projects, it is necessary to have PET examinations of healthy volunteers in order to be able to compare the results.
If you are interested in participating in a PET study as a research participant and have read more about the volunteer PET procedure please make a submit in our pre-screening form.