UW-Madison-Research-Child-Development-Lab

Current Research

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Current Research Opportunities

Black Parents with Black and Mixed Race Children (BPBMC) Project

Laura Evans, a Human Development and Family Studies graduate student in the School of Human Ecology and member of the CAFÉ  lab, is currently recruiting parents for a research study. Specifically, she is seeking parents who identify as Black or African American living in Southern Wisconsin with a Black or Multiracial child between the ages of 5-11. Participating parents will have a virtual interview with a Black-Biracial researcher about their parenting experiences. All participants who complete an interview will receive a $20 e-gift card.

 

Please email cafelab@sohe.wisc.edu or call 608-520-0166 for further information about this study and to sign up for participation

Studies Outside of SoHE


Brain Imaging of Baby Siblings (BIBS)
Dr. Douglas Dean’s research lab at the Waisman Center is recruiting infants between 1-24 months with and without an older sibling with autism for a study on early brain and behavior development. For additional information about this study, please email babysibs@bi.wisc.edu or call 608-262-6706.

Air Surveillance of Respiratory Pathogens
The CDL is hosting an air surveillance study conducted through the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. The purpose of this project is to detect SAR-CoV-2 particles in the air as well as other common viruses (e.g., influenza).

CDL Air Surveillance Machine