Are you interested in working with The Living F.R.E.E. Lab?
- Postdoctoral Training (beginning August 2023): We are looking for a Postdoctoral Researcher to join the Living F.R.E.E. Lab. If you are passionate about eating disorders and/or obesity research, please apply at: https://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/249364
- Dr. Goode will be accepting graduate students in the School of Social Work for Fall 2023. For students interested in working with Dr. Goode, feel free to contact her directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Postdoctoral Training: We are also accepting applicants to work with our lab through this UNC resource: Carolina Postdoctoral Program for Faculty Diversity
To learn more about the UNC School of Social Work, please click here: ssw.unc.edu
Nourishly is a nutrition monitoring application that focuses on the whole person and not just diet. The goal of this study is to learn how to improve the cultural relevance of Nourishly for Black women. We need the voices of Black women to share their perspectives.
If you join, you will be compensated for your participation time.
You may be eligible if you:
- Identify as a Non-Hispanic, Black woman
- Report emotional eating and/or disordered eating
- Regularly use a bluetooth-enable smartphone
To learn more about this study, contact the research coordinator at LFLstudies@unc.edu or 704-250-5085
To determine your eligibility, complete the eligibility screener by visiting https://unc.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9yo64N1xpuJwMnA or scan QR code:
This research study has been reviewed by the UNC IRB #20-3027 and determined to be exempt from federal human subject research regulations. You may contact the Institutional Review Board at 919-966-3113 or by email to IRB_subjects@unc.edu.
Do you feel out of control around food? Have you been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes?
If so, the HONOR study may interest you!
Researchers at UNC-Chapel Hill are conducting a research study where participants will be interviewed about their eating concerns, and their interest in using technology in future treatment programs to manage their type 2 diabetes. If you are eligible, it will require you to participate in a 60–90-minute interview about the factors that influence your eating behaviors and patterns.
You may be eligible if you identify as the following:
- African American
- Between the ages of 18-75
- Have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.
Participants will be compensated $40 for their participation.
Are you interested?
- To learn more about this study, please visit studies.unc.edu/21-2910 or contact the research coordinator at LFLstudies@unc.edu or (919) 962-6429.
- To determine your eligibility, complete the eligibility screener by visiting https://bit.ly/bescreener
This research study has been reviewed by the UNC IRB #21-2910 and determined to be exempt from federal human subjects research regulations. You may contact the Institutional Review Board at 919-966-3113 or by email to IRB_subjects@unc.edu.
Refining a smartphone app to reduce binge eating in Black women
The purpose of this study is to design and beta test a smartphone application to improve self-monitoring of biological signals of hunger and fullness.