We Are Currently Recruiting for the Following Projects:
Stony Brook University Human Subjects Committee (IRB) Approved: 4/13/2023 Expiration Date: 4/12/2024
In order to provide optimal care to our American heroes, researchers at the WTC Health and Wellness Program are conducting research studies using PET/MR imaging to try to understand how WTC exposure has impacted the brains of WTC responders. We are currently recruiting patients aged 45-65 for the following PET/MRI projects with recruitment for the Beta-Amyloid & TAU study set to start by the end of 2021:
Beta-Amyloid & TAU study
If you would like more information regarding this study, please contact Project Coordinator Alissa Barber Alissa.Barber@stonybrookmedicine.edu, 631-216-8842
Stony Brook University Human Subjects Committee (IRB) Approved: 9/20/2022
The Stony Brook World Trade Center Health and Wellness Program is partnering with the Fire Department of the City of New York (FDNY) to understand the similarities and differences between various 9/11 responders. Specifically, we want to find out if changes in the brain are occurring in FDNY responders. Responders participating in this study may also be contacted to participate in one of our imaging studies. We are now actively recruiting for this study.
If you would like more information regarding this study, please contact Project
Coordinator Alicia Fels at firstname.lastname@example.org or (631) 268-0581.
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