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Are you age 60 or older? Have you had a stroke? You may be able to participate in a study to explore how making changes to morning routines might improve the quality of life for survivors of stroke. Participation involves meeting with a health coach for 4 weeks to help achieve sleep and activity goals, which may also improve mood. Participation can be completed at home. Compensation is provided


IRB: STUDY21090077
- Characterizing activity pattern disruption to target for preventing post-stroke depression

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MEET THE RESEARCHERS


Stephen Smagula

Stephen Smagula, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh. A graduate of Lafayette College, Columbia University, and the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Smagula’s research interests include clarifying how sleep-wake behaviors influence the biological mechanisms of depression. He uses activity tracking to better understand the sleep-wake patterns relevant to mood.





Sarah Stahl , PhD

Sarah T. Stahl, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Stahl specializes in gerontology, the field of medicine that specializes in the aging process. Dr. Stahl focuses on finding and testing new ways to promote mental and physical health for seniors. In addition to her own efforts as a researcher, Dr. Stahl works to train and mentor the next generation of gerontology specialists.