Lung Health CohortResearch Question:
Why do some people develop lung disease and others do not?
Basic Study Information
Purpose:Study Web URL: http://Lung.org/lung-study
Because lung function reaches its peak level between the ages of 25-35 years old,
we are beginning our study with people only in this age range. If you are in this
age range and have no history of chronic (i.e. long-lasting) lung diseases - other
than mild asthma - and no history of cardiovascular disease, you may be eligible to
join this study. This study involves a combination of in-person exams (during a single
visit), at-home tasks, and remote contact (via video conference, text message, email,
phone, or mail). During the in-person visit, we will test your lung function, take
images of your chest (CT scans), and ask you to provide biospecimen samples (blood,
urine, and nasal samples). There is an at-home portion to this study where you will
wear an activity monitor for one week, and you will perform breathing tests at home.
We will follow-up with you remotely every 3 to six months (up to 4 times per year)
until the end of the study.
Study Reference #: STUDY00005395
Lead Researcher (Principal Investigator)
Study Contact InformationStudy Coordinator: Marcus Dalfonso
Phone: (585) 276-7296
Additional Study Details
Number of Visits:
$150 plus a tablet for completion of baseline activities. $50 every 6 months for completed
follow-up, up to $200.
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