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Dr Kerry Armstrong
Dr Kerry Armstrong from the Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation Domain

The Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI) offers opportunities for members of the community to be participants in ongoing research studies. You can assist us continue the work of unravelling the complexities of human health by volunteering as a participant in a research project.

Participation in IHBI research studies is confidential and has been approved by the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Research Ethics Office.

The QUT Code of Conduct for Research provides the institutional foundation of integrity and ethical conduct for all IHBI researchers.  Ethical considerations are a primary consideration in our research designs, which in turn support the goal of quality research, and the credibility and impact of IHBI's research outcomes.

You can be a part of the search for solutions to better health.

IHBI is currently seeking participants in the following research projects:

Project and flyer Advertisement Commencement Contact and email Phone
The Genetics of Memory 31 March 2014 Lauren Spriggens (07) 3735 3451
Near Work-Induced Axial Elongation in Myopes and Emmetropes 31 March 32104 Emily Woodman (07) 3138 5732
How and what parents feed their young children-An international study 18 March 2014 Elena Jansen (07) 3138 6114
Does concussion have lasting effects? 12 March 2014 Lina Karlsson (07) 3138 4609
Caregiver Strategies for Wandering in People with Dementia 5 February 2014 Margaret MacAndrew (07) 3138 3879
Impact of contact lens wear on conjunctival goblet and Langerhans cells 3 February 2014

Yahya Alzahrani

(07) 3138 0455
Proof of concept investigation into sleepiness effects on PC based visual tasks 20 January 2014 Ashleigh Filtness (07) 3138 7713
Driver Distraction from Interactive Technology Use in Young Drivers 13 January 2014 Cassandra Gauld (07) 3138 4753
Feedback and self-rated driving abilities among older adults 2 December 2013 Heidy Hassan 0416 779 400
Understanding Complex Highway Situations Using a Driving Simulator 20 October 2013 Ashleigh Filtness (07) 3138 4944
Assessing the validity of inexpensive devices to automatically recognize events of interest and implement countermeasures to driver stress during a naturalistic test drive. 17 October 2013 Alessandro Soro (07) 3138 7681
Implicit norms in driver behaviour: "Driver Etiquette" 14 October 2013 Alexia Lennon (07) 3138 4675
Engaement in Couples Therapy 10 October 2013 Mathew Swainsbury

0437 55 33 70

Participate in a research study examining a new intervention aimed at increasing physical activity 12 September 2013 Allison Dobson 1300 300 164
Young Adult's Beliefs About Alcohol 20 August 2013 Louise Starfelt (07) 3138 4685
Accomodation effect on peripheral ocular biometry 13 August 2013 Hussain AL Dossari (07) 3138 6403
Diabetes and Biometry of the Human Eye 13 August 2013 Adnan Ismail (07) 3138 6158
Vision performance in relation to spectacle lens design 12 July 2013 Ankit Mathur (07) 3138 6146
Seeking participants for research investigating vision and academic performance in children 14 May 2013 Sumithira Narayanasamy

0414 664 265 or

(07) 3138 5504