UW Research on Aging, Disability, and
Resilience (RADAR) Lab
Psycho-social research lab in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Washington
What We Do
We are a research lab focusing on psycho-social interventions for adults with physical disabilities and long-term health conditions. We hope that our research will improve quality of life for adults with a variety of health conditions, such as Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Spinal Cord Injury, Amputation, and more. Our lab is part of the University of Washington, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine.
Want to Participate in Future Research Studies? Join our Participant Pool!
The UW Rehabilitation Medicine Participant Pool is a list of people who are interested in learning about new research studies being done in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. We use this list to match up studies who are seeking volunteers to people, like you, who are interested in participating in research studies. If you join the Participant Pool, you may receive invites from Rehabilitation Medicine researchers looking for volunteers in their studies. The invites may come by mail or email* or phone depending on your preference and may include a follow-up phone call. You can choose whether or not you’d like to respond to any of the study invites.
Participant Pool: Frequently Asked questions (FAQ)
- You do not have to participate in the Participant Pool, and it will not affect your medical care in any way.
- You do not have to participate in any future studies. It’s always your choice.
- You may ask us to remove your name and contact information from the Participant Pool at any time in the future.
Alternatively, you may enroll by phone or by mail, please let us know if you would prefer one of these methods by either replying to this email or contacting us at 1-866-928-2114 or email@example.com
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