Measure of Air Quality in the Environment of Asthmatic Children


Study Description: Asthma is the most common chronic condition among youth, with Georgia having the highest percentages of asthma sufferers in the country. Studies have shown that childhood asthma is related to air pollutants. Compared to adults, children are more sensitive to air pollution. This study will evaluate air pollution, as it relates to childhood asthma, and analyze information about physical activity in asthmatic youth. This information will be used to understand how a child?s environment and physical activity impacts their asthma.

Contact for Enrollment

    
     (706) 721-8792
    gdeleo@augusta.edu

    Submit Information Online

Principal Investigator: Gianluca De Leo

Eligibility Criteria: Females and males between ages 6-13 years Must live in the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) Must have a current asthma diagnosis

Compensation: No, subjects will not be compensated.

 

Didn't find a study to participate in?

If you don't see specific studies that interest you, please submit your contact information for future studies.