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“Studying a New Therapy for Insomnia”


The Department of Neurology is recruiting participants in a study examining a new therapy for moderate to severe insomnia. High-resolution, Relational, Resonance-based, Electroencephalic Mirroring (HIRREM), also known as Brainwave Optimization, is a noninvasive, innovative type of brain feedback that is intended to facilitate greater balance of brain frequencies which may result in improved symptoms. Participants will be compensated for each study visit as well as for sleep diary entries. For more information and eligibility screening, download the information sheet or contact study staff at (336) 716-9447 or (336) 716-9482.


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Integrative Medicine Leaders Visit the CIM

Adam Perlman, MD, MPH, Margaret Chesney, PhD and Adi Haramati, PhD met with members of the Center for Integrative Medicine to provide insight and help guide the Center's future efforts.

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