HyperthErmia as an Additional Treatment for the Biology & Experience of Depression (HEAT BED) Study
Recruitment is now open for this study! Click this link for a quick survey to determine your eligibility.
The HEAT BED Study aims to test the feasibility and acceptability of up to eight sauna sessions and cognitive behavioral therapy sessions in patients with clinical depression. Learn more here.
Our research speaks to different people in different ways.
Both patients and participants have expressed interesting in contributing to the areas of our work about which they are most passionate.
To make a donation and specifically support the work we are doing in the SEA Lab, click here and then follow instructions below:
IMPORTANT: Click the button that looks like the following
In the window that pops up, please select "Other" and indicate "SEA LAB" in the box
Subscribe to receive an email when we are recruiting for future studies, or send us a message if you are interested in other ways to contribute: donations, volunteer work, etc.
We are always considering applications.
However, volunteers must commit to a minimum of 8 months due to the long on-boarding period with UCSF. It is for this reason that we cannot accept summer interns.
Volunteers must also be able to work weekdays during business hours.
If you are interested, please send your resume/CV to the lab at email@example.com.