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Participate in Our Research Projects and Clinical Studies

  • PicaPill: learn the daily ticking and coordination of your body clocks

    Learning on your own body clocks and helping us advance the biomedical research.

    Why do you go to bed at night and wake up during the day?
    Would you like to know more about your own circadian rhythms and how they are coordinated during your usual activities?

    Circadian rhythms control most life processes including, human sleep, performance, cognition, cellular functions, hormonal secretions and responses to medications. Everyone has an internal clock system that ticks on a 24-hours pace. Learning how your clock system ticks could further help us saving lives through novel medical applications.

    The Chronotherapy Team at Warwick is looking for healthy volunteers.
    Please contact Prof. Francis Levi.
  • IDEAs - coming soon...