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New NIH-funded Study: Daily Activity Patterns and Heart Rate Variability in ME/CFS – Volunteers Needed

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New NIH-funded Study: Daily Activity Patterns and Heart Rate Variability in ME/CFS

 

Volunteers with ME/CFS for research study needed

 

Highlights

 

  • Find out if activity patterns (such as “push-crash”) and life events are related to heart rate variability (changes in your heart rate)
  • Find out if heart rate variability can be used to predict your relapses and setbacks
  • Discover if improving or worsening illness is related to your activity levels, life events, and heart rate variability
Study specifics
  • Home-based; no face to face visits
  • Participation in study activities over 6 months
  • Study volunteers paid up to $300 for full participation
  • Study tasks for volunteer participants include:
  • Periodically wearing a small heart monitor
  • Wearing a daytime activity monitor
  • Completing a weekly online web diary
  • Completing questionnaires
Contact: (US Only)
Dr. Patricia Bruckenthal
Tel: 631- 444-1172
Email: patricia.bruckenthal@stonybrook.edu
Principal investigator: Fred Friedberg, PhD
Approved: October 6, 2017
Expiration Date: March 22, 2018
Stony Brook University IRB (CORIHS B)

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3 thoughts on “New NIH-funded Study: Daily Activity Patterns and Heart Rate Variability in ME/CFS – Volunteers Needed”

  1. hej78 says:

    This study sounds interesting. I wish you could include persons with CFS/ME from Canada also.

  2. VeldaDyer says:

    Are there any volunteer programs that I could sign up for even though based in the UK?

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    Velda

  3. mzbludog57 says:

    I am very interested in this research in hopes that help can be right around the corner.
    I have suffered from many issues for 10+ years with no improvement.
    I just want to feel good again.

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