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Our current trials:

CARRII: A Study for Native Women

The Center for Behavioral Health and Technology at the University of Virginia seeks Native American Women and people who can become pregnant, ages 18-44, who read and speak English, for…

SHUTi MIND Study

The University of Virginia School of Nursing is seeking adults ages 65+ with memory and sleep concerns for a research study. The study aims to find out if an Internet-delivered…

SHINE Study

Our researchers are collaborating with colleagues from across the country on a new study to develop an online, self-directed intervention for survivors coping with sexual concerns following breast cancer treatment.…

Apps Reaching Cancer Survivors Trial (ARCS Trial)

New Research Study Using Apps to Reduce Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression in Breast Cancer Patients Women diagnosed with breast cancer in the last five years who are experiencing symptoms…

TGNC Survey – This Great New Community Survey

This Great New Community Survey (TGNC SURVEY) IS CLOSED TO NEW APPLICANTS! If you have already applied and have not heard from the study team, please reach out via email…

Our previous studies include:

SHUTi-CARE Study

Family caregivers in the U.S, who were having trouble sleeping were recruited to participate in an online research study, the SHUTi-CARE study. More information about this trial, and links to…

Better Sleep for Supporters with Insomnia (BeSSI)

Family cancer caregivers in the U.S. were recruited to participate in this pilot study of our online insomnia treatment program, SHUTi (Sleep Healthy Using the Internet). Preliminary results may be…

Pos4Health: A Patient-Centered eHealth Intervention for Non-Adherent HIV+ Substance Users

A pilot RCT funded by NIH to examine the feasibility and preliminary efficacy of Pos4Health (Peers Offering Support for Health), an Internet intervention to improve ART adherence and overcome related…

A National Trial of SHUTi, An Internet Intervention for Adult Insomnia

A large trial of SHUTi which involved national (US) recruitment.

Improving the Sleep of Cancer Patients Using an Internet-Based Program

A trial funded by the UVA Cancer Center to test whether an Internet intervention can help improve the sleep of cancer patients with insomnia.

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