Our research participants are recruited from the local region. When participants enroll in Sleep for Science studies, they become partners in our science. Two principles are critical in this partnership: honesty and accuracy. Participants must make a commitment to be honest with us and accurate in providing information, and we promise to be honest and accurate with our participants.
Are you a Brown University Undergraduate who participated in the College Sleep Project your first year? If so, you may be eligible for another study at the sleep lab! more
Opportunity to participate in an in-lab study this summer! more
Any pregnant woman or new mom know that sleep changes during and after pregnancy. Despite those sleep changes, little is known about how sleep influences a woman's mood during pregnancy and the postpartum period.
Researchers from Rhode Island Hospital, Women and Infants Hospital, and The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University are looking for women to participate in the Pregnancy and Postpartum Sleep Research Study. more
Lose your call-in script? Need more pages for your sleep diary? Light log? No worries! Download and print items you need right from home. more
Answers to questions prospective research participants may have. more