40Winks: A Wearables Sleep Study

Learn about your sleep health from the comfort of your home.

Participate in a cutting-edge, voluntary research study aiming to improve and simplify how we measure sleep.

The goal of the 40Winks study is to evaluate and improve methods of measuring sleep at home, which may help inform the development of diagnostics and treatments that are user-friendly, cost-effective, and reliable.

40Winks - A Sleep Wearables Study

How It Works

  • Participants will be provided a wearable wrist device (Fitbit) and a bed sensor (Withings) which will be placed under your mattress.
  • With your iPhone, you’ll download the study app and use it to complete a sleep diary.
  • Over the course of two weeks, you’ll track, monitor, and share your sleep data via these devices.
  • Participants will be compensated up to $150 for their time contributing to the study.

40 Winks - A Wearables Sleep Study

40 Winks - A Wearables Sleep Study

Why Participate

  • Your participation can help determine the best use of new technologies to measure sleep at home. These technologies may be used in the future to help improve the sleep of people suffering from brain disorders.
  • Using a sleep activity dashboard, you’ll gain a better understanding of your sleep patterns by tracking and reviewing your own sleep data.

Eligibility Overview

  • Healthy adult volunteers, or adults self-reporting insomnia
  • Willing to participate for two weeks
  • Male or female, 18-77 years of age, inclusive
  • Participants need a reliable connection to the internet and must be willing to use their own iPhone as prescribed

About the Study Sponsor

Cohen Veterans Bioscience is a non-profit 501(c)(3) biomedical research and technology organization dedicated to advancing brain health by fast-tracking precision diagnostics and tailored therapeutics.

Cohen Veterans Bioscience

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