Thank you for your interest in pregnancy research studies at the Johns Hopkins Women’s Mood Disorders! We are currently recruiting pregnant women with and without histories of mood and anxiety disorders for two research studies that investigate the role of biological factors such as genetics, epigenetics, reproductive hormones, and the immune system in mood and anxiety symptoms during pregnancy and postpartum. Participants will be seen by video conference from four to eight times over the course of 15 months, and we will send kits to your home to allow you to self-collect biological samples including urine, saliva, dried blood spots at each visit. Participants are compensated for their time, and can earn between $100 and $225 for participation.

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