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Ambulatory children with cerebral palsy (CP) experience walking limitations which negatively influence their ability to physically participate in day to day life. The investigators propose that impaired muscle power generation is the key limiting factor affecting walking activity and participation. This proposal represents a combined...

Ambulatory children with cerebral palsy (CP) demonstrate altered lower limb biomechanical alignment in walking (e.g. excessive hip/knee flexion or equinus during stance) and experience walking activity limitations that negatively influence their ability to participate in day to day life. Ankle Foot Orthoses (AFO) are a...

The Center for the Science of Social Connection is conducting a study at the University of Washington is conducting research to better understand how people relate to each other. We are interested in learning how relationships with people can change overtime under the scope of...

The UW Medicine Diabetes Institute is the proud home of the COVERED Registry. COVERED stands for Community of Volunteers Engaged in Research to End Diabetes. The goal of this patient registry is to connect people interested in diabetes care with researchers studying diabetes and other...

Patients ages 8 – 17 with newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes have an opportunity to participate in the PROTECT Study, a clinical trial to see if a study drug called teplizumab can safely preserve insulin-producing cells. Previous clinical studies have suggested a benefit of teplizumab in...

The PACIFIC Study is testing whether group exercise in combination with education on aging and health or behavioral health improves pain and physical function in older adults with knee arthritis. Participant Eligibility 65 years or older Have a diagnosis of knee osteoarthritis Have knee pain that limits your activity Are...

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