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Investigator

E. Adeli, PhD. Asst. Professor, 
Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
 

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Volunteer for Research
Assessing Cognitive Decline

 

Have you or a loved one:

  • Noticed increased difficulty with memory or thinking abilities?

  • Experienced occasional difficulty in performing daily activities, unusual irritability, anxiety, sleep issues, or loss of balance? 

  • Over 65 and wondered if these behaviors are part of normal aging or maybe something more?

What is the purpose of this study? 

Our research study aims to develop an in-home monitoring system tailored to individuals experiencing memory, mood, & physical changes along with those that care about them. Using information from your recorded daily activities we will teach our computer systems to detect mood & physical changes and develop preventive measures for those at risk.  
Watch this video to learn more

What will I be asked to do?

  • Collect your own data of daily activities from a room in your home such as your living room via a small camera we provide. You have full control over the camera to turn on and off. 

  • You and a loved one will regularly answer short surveys asking about your mood and daily functioning.  

  • A research team member will collect your activity data from the camera‚Äôs memory card after no less than 7 days and up to 90 days.  

  • As a thank you for your participation, you may keep the camera and will also receive a $100 Amazon gift card based on length of participation.  

Contact Us

To learn more information about how you can help us in our research, 
email npsresearchstudy@stanford or call 650-498-0616
For complaints, concerns or participants rights questions, 
call 866-680-2906