The Indiana University School of Medicine’s DiG FASD (Dissecting the Genetic Contribution to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders) program is looking for participants for research seeking to identify what makes individuals with FASD unique and the role genetics play in the effects of prenatal alcohol exposure. This insight could help lead to improved interventions and treatments for FASD.

Individuals with FASD of any age are eligible for participation. Participants may receive up to $60 as compensation for their time and efforts.

The study can be completed entirely from home. Participants will be asked to fill out some online forms, take pictures of their face, and collect saliva for a DNA sample. Some participants may additionally be asked to complete an online cognitive test. All information shared will be kept secure and confidential.

If you are ready to see if you are eligible to participate, please complete the DiG FASD Consent and Eligibility form online. To learn more about the study and DiG FASD, visit their website at digfasd.org or contact the research team directly at fasd@iu.edu or by calling (844) 378-0002.

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