We are currently enrolling participants affected by FASP, FDSP, FNSS, and FNLS into our sleep and circadian studies!
FASP: a circadian rhythm trait in which sleep onset occurs in early evening and, as a consequence, wakefulness occurs in early morning.
FDSP: a delay of their sleep cycle so that they fall asleep late in the night and wake late in the morning or afternoon.
FNSS: a behavioral trait in which they have a lifelong tendency to sleep only 4 – 6 hours per night and feel rested.
FNLS: a behavioral trait in which people tend to need around 10 – 12 hours of sleep a night to feel rested.
Learn more about these sleep variants and our research here!
Participate in a Research Study:
Email our Clinical Coordinator for details about participating, or begin the initial screening survey with the link below:
Participation in our studies is 100% voluntary and participants may withdraw from the study at any time. Maintaining the privacy or our participants’ health information is a top priority. We do not distribute participant information to health insurance agencies or employers. We do not use DNA samples or patient information for revenue-generating purposes. DNA samples and clinical files are used for research purposes only. All data are kept in locked files, cabinets, and on encrypted servers.