Ongoing Studies

Food Scientists Study

Food Scientists Study

Click to learn about our study of food avoidance in children ages 5 to 9!

Research Registry: Adults with ARFID

Research Registry: Adults with ARFID

Are you an adult who has struggled with not getting enough variety in your diet? Are you easily disgusted by new foods? We are trying to learn more about adults with ARFID. Click here to join our research registry to keep up to date with our latest research and  learn about new studies.

Parents of Children with ARFID

Parents of Children with ARFID

Is your child a selective eater? Are you concerned that he or she may have a diagnosis of ARFID? Click here to join our research registry to help us learn more about typical development and when children's eating veers off course.

Research Registry

Research Registry

If you are interested in  joining our research registry for individuals with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, or binge eating disorder, click here. Joining the registry will allow you to learn about new studies and hear about our research findings.

Online Peer Support of Mental Health

Online Peer Support of Mental Health

A multidisciplinary Bass Connections project aimed at improving the mental health of college students via peer support through virtual avatar coaches

Exercise & Anorexia Nervosa

Exercise & Anorexia Nervosa

A study to help us better understand the healthy and unhealthy aspects of exercise in individuals with anorexia nervosa.

Gender Images Study

Gender Images Study

Investigating the link between body image and gender dysphoria

Duke Tummy Pain Study

Duke Tummy Pain Study

Click here to learn about our treatment study for children ages 5 to 9 who have tummy pain!

DCED

If you have questions about a  study or the lab, contact our laboratory manager, Alannah Rivera Cancel. 

​Telephone : 919-808-8317

Email : alannah.rivera.cancel@duke.edu

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