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Thank you for your interest in our research study entitled, "Establishing Cognitive-Motor Function as a Missing Therapeutic Target after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction" (NIH-funded study: R03HD101093). This study investigates altered movement patterns in individuals who have completed rehabilitation for an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction surgery. The goal of this research study is to understand potential targets for future ACL reconstruction rehabilitation and return-to-activity decisions.
We are recruiting both healthy volunteers and ACL-injured participants. Participation in the study involves 2 visits to our research laboratory on Montana State University's campus in Bozeman where you would complete jumping tasks with and without cognitive distractions. Participants earn $100 for completing the study protocol. We use noninvasive motion capture technology to analyze your movements during these tasks. You would also be requested to complete several computerized and hand written cognitive tests and health history surveys. Additional information regarding this study can be obtained from the attached informed consent document, which has been approved by our Institutional Review Board for human subjects research.
If you are interested in being considered for participation in this study, we request that you complete the following surveys that will allow us to determine if you are eligible to participate. Please note that if you are healthy, there could be a delay before you match the characteristics for an ACL-injured participant in the study.
While the service is compliant with regulations to protect health information, there is an unanticipated chance of a confidentiality breach. The survey is maintained by the University of Washington, and hence the answers provided here may be shared with this institution. If you are eligible to participate, a researcher will request you to complete a written informed consent protocol. You will be asked to acknowledge the risks of completing these questions prior to providing any identifiable or contact information by signing your name below. If you are under 18 years old, you MUST have a parent/guardian also acknowledge and approve of your use of this survey by signing below. Any questions regarding the study can be directed to the study Principal Investigator (Dr. Scott Monfort, PhD; email: email@example.com)
Thank you for your interest!