Further Research with Circadian Therapeutics

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Part 2 Sleep and Circadian Monitoring Study

Please note, Part 2 of the study is temporarily suspended in line with current public health guidelines. Participants who may be eligible for Part 2 will be contacted in due course. Thank you for your understanding and patience at this time.

The aim of Part 2 is to develop new methods to measure biological (circadian) rhythms to accurately detect underlying disruption of sleep and circadian patterns. To do this, the research study will measure a series of physiological and biological markers in Vision Impaired individuals experiencing disrupted circadian rhythms.

Part 2 of the study is divided into two separated phases:

  • Part 2A involves collecting a series of urine samples to assess your biological circadian time.
  • Part 2B involves spending two consecutive nights at the Blind Veterans UK centre to monitor biological, physiological and behavioural measures.

For detailed information about the study, you can download and read the Participant Information Statement at the link below:

If you are interested in taking part in Part 2 of the study, your online Survey responses will be assessed for eligibility to participate.

If you have any questions and you would like to contact a Study Researcher, please do not hesitate to Contact us.


This project has been reviewed and received favourable opinion by the Health Research Authority and Research Ethics Committee (REC reference: 18/WM/0290)