People who snore and feel sleepy needed - Sydney
Do you snore? Are you sleepy?
People who suffer from obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) have different levels of daytime sleepiness, fatigue, attention and concentration. We aim to better identify these differences and improve OSA treatment.
If you snore and think you may have sleep apnea you could be eligible to participate.
You will receive a diagnostic sleep study and be asked to participate in 2 nights of research testing
If you are interested in participating in this study, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
People with no sleep problems needed - Sydney
Do you sleep well? Are you interested in furthering sleep research?
We need your help to discover new tests that can help doctors better understand the impairments caused by obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
The study will involve staying awake for 28 hours. You will take part in tests measuring sleep, your driving performance, vigilance and attention.
You will be reimbursed for travel expenses incurred as a result of participating in this study.
Meals will be provided during the main study visit.
Age groups needed
Males aged 35 – 65
Females aged 55 – 65
If you are interested in participating please email email@example.com
Volunteer for insomnia research - Sydney and Adelaide.
Do you have insomnia? Do you have problems getting to sleep or staying asleep?
Then we invite you to participate in a research study to help us characterise sleep disorders better.
This study is being conducted at the following two locations:
Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, Sydney NSW
Flinders University, Adelaide SA
Firstly, you must complete a 45 minute questionnaire asking about your sleep, health and lifestyle. Depending on your answers you may be invited to come to one of our sleep centres to participate in a two night sleep study.
If you are interested in participating in this study at one of the locations above, please go to the website: www.sleepresearch.com.au
Melbourne based volunteers needed for research into assessing alertness.
Seeking healthy male and female participants fluent in English and aged 20-65 for a study investigating novel systems and biomarkers for assessing alertness.
Eligible participants will have no current medical, psychiatric or sleep conditions, will be non-smokers, will not be using any type of hormonal contraception (females only), and will not have been engaged in shift work for the past 3 years.
The study involves:
- Screening for medical, psychiatric and sleep disorders
- Three weeks of sleep and activity monitoring at home
- A six day overnight stay at the Monash University BASE sleep laboratory.(This will include neurobehavioral testing, biological sample collection and a period of up to 48 hours of wakefulness.)
- A follow-up week of sleep and activity monitoring at home.
Call: 03 9903 1057 (dial option 3)