Compensated Bipolar Disorder Research Study
Researchers at the University of San Diego want to learn more about how cannabis affects thinking and behavior in individuals suffering from bipolar disorder.
Research conducted in San Diego, CA
In generally good health
use cannabis Rarely or Infrequently
history of Bipolar Disorder OR
no mental illness
18 - 50
Years Old
Fast Facts
Study Background
Bipolar Disorder is a chronic psychiatric condition characterized by states of mania and is considered a national health issue. Cannabis use is associated with younger age at onset of bipolar disorder, poor outcome, and more frequent manic episodes, but the effects of cannabis on brain function are less clear.

Contrary to reports among non-psychiatric patients, cannabis may improve brain function among individuals diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

If you have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, check your eligibility to participate in our research study today!
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