CHLA Clinical Research Studies

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Study Details - ID: CHLA-20-00118
Health/Science/Disease Category:
Infant Development
Purpose of Research:
Our goal is early identification of deviation from healthy brain development to allow targeted early intervention and improve developmental outcomes.
Short Name:
Smith_Longitudinal EEG and Sensors Study
Full Title of Study:
Emergence of arm reaching behavior and lateralization of motor control in infancy
Phase/Type of Study:
Observational
Eligibility:
Inclusion Criteria, typical infants: Infants with typical development will be from singleton, full term births. Inclusion Criteria, at risk infants: Infants will be included if they qualify for high risk infant follow up services in California
Time Commitment/Requirements:
Infants will be tested monthly with EEG and motion sensors during the development of arm reaching skills with a follow up phone call or email to assess developmental outcomes occurring when the infant is 24 months of age.
Primary Investigator:
Beth Smith, PT, DPT, PhD
Coordinator Contact Name:
Dana Fine
Phone Number:
323-356-5293
Email:
dafine@chla.usc.edu
Clinical Trials .Gov Identifier:
N/A