Developing Objective Biomarkers of Hyperphagia in Children with PWS

Vanderbilt and Case Western Universities are collaborating in a new study to better understand how eye tracking technology can be used to measure how children process images of food vs. objects.

This study requires a single in-person visit. Both children with PWS and neurotypically developing peers, ages 3-12 are needed.

The Team will be traveling to the Chicago Area the end of July for families who would like to participate.

For more information about participating in this study, please contact the team at neurodevelopmentresearchlab@gmail.com or 216‐368‐3471.

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