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.

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

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