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The following projects are currently recruiting patients to participate in our research:
- How do migraine and other headaches types change over time?
- Lower limb measurement study
- Control group sought to investigate Prader Willi Syndrome
- What does it mean to be healthy?
- Death at work: Improving support for families
- Low back pain study
We are seeking volunteers with migraine or other recurrent headaches to participate in a study investigating differences between migraine and other headache types. Participants will attend one assessment session, after which they will fill out an online headache diary for 6 months.
The assessment comprises an interview to determine the features of headache and a series of clinical tests to be conducted by a physiotherapist to measure the mobility and muscle function of the neck, including ultrasound imaging. Testing will take a maximum of 1.5 hours and will be conducted at either the Cumberland Campus of The University of Sydney on 75 East Street, Lidcombe or in a private physiotherapy clinic in the city (Sydney Specialist Physiotherapy Centre, Level 1, 50 York St. Sydney).
We are seeking participants who have access to internet using a computer or a mobile phone. Your involvement will help us better understand migraine and other headache types and make better clinical decisions in their management.
If you are interested in taking part in the study or seek further information, please contact:
Tel: 9351 9010 (Faculty of Health Sciences) or
Tel: 9351 9545 (Faculty of Health Sciences)
We are seeking healthy men and women volunteers to have their arms and legs measured to determine what is a normal inter-limb circumference and volume difference.
A possible consequence of surgery when lymph nodes are removed or damaged is lymphoedema, which is a chronic and permanent swelling. With early detection, we are better able to manage and treat lymphoedema. Unfortunately it is currently unknown what an abnormal inter-limb difference is, making early detection more difficult.
Interested volunteers will have the arms and legs measured using a number of tools. Participation will take no more than 20 minutes.
If you would like to know more about the study, please contact or
Seeking participants to act as a control group for a study investigating Prader Willi Syndrome (PWS). We are looking for developing people aged between 16-30 years as well as people with an intellectual disability of an unknown cause between 16-30 years.
Contact Lauren Rice:
Tel: 02 9114 4106
Seeking: People aged 3-100 who consider themselves healthy for their age.
Participation requirement: A once-only assessment at the University of Sydney's Cumberland campus for 2-3 hours. The assessment includes performing basic physical assessments and completing questionnaires.
Find out more about the 1000 Norms study
Contact Marnee Mckay or Jennifer Baldwin:
Tel: 02 9036 7435
Seeking: People who have had a loved one die suddenly from a work-related injury
Participation requirement: A short online survey
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