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Aging and Hearing Wellness

The Applied Hearing Science Lab in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences at the University of Washington is conducting a research project on hearing wellness among older adults. The goal of the project is to understand the factors underlying individual differences in speech understanding…

Effect of Estrogen Treatment on Drug Metabolism and Transport

Gender-affirming hormone therapy may include estradiol, a hormone that the body creates and uses naturally. Estradiol is prepared as a medication that patients may take to increase hormone levels. Changes in estradiol concentrations in the body may affect how the body processes other medicines. The…

Postmortem Digital Legacies Study

This study is seeking adult pairs who are close to each other (such as close friends, married or intimate partners, or family members) to participate in a study about digital legacies. This refers to the digital information or personal data that remains after death. This…

LetSync

This study will help us test how well the LetSync app helps couples work together on their health. This includes tracking appointments, medicines, goals, and how you’re feeling. What we learn could lead to better ways to support people living with HIV. Over the 8-month…

UW Biosignal Gesture Study

We are a group of researchers from the University of Washington who are investigating how biosignals can improve technology accessibility for people with upper-body disabilities. We are looking for people to participate in a research study at the University of Washington. Who: People 13 years…

Music-based treatments and pain

Researchers have discovered that music may help people manage their pain, but they don’t know why it helps. The purpose of this study is to find out how music-based treatments change brain wave activity, and how these changes may explain how these types of treatments…

Usability and Feasibility Testing for Mobile Cognitive Aid

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the usability and feasibility of a novel tablet/phone application (IndiAide) for use with individuals with mild cognitive impairment due to Parkinson’s Disease. The application assists with day-to-day functions such as medication management, appointment keeping, photos and videos,…

Mobility and VR study

Virtual Reality requires a lot of upper body movement, making it challenging for people with upper body impairments to use it. However, because there are multiple ways of interacting with virtual reality, there might be some ways that are more suitable depending on a person’s…

Accessible Making for People with Disabilities

In recent times, Maker culture and makerspaces have garnered much interest due to their potential to teach STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) content among children. However, many accessibility barriers still remain in contemporary Maker culture and makerspaces that limit full participation of people with…

Down Syndrome Dynamic Harness Study

This study aims to explore the effects of Partial Body Weight Support (PBWS) within an enriched play environment for infants with Down Syndrome (DS), who are not yet walking, to better understand how PWBS may impact their mobility; exploration; and overall activity level. Participant Eligibility…

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