Ongoing Studies

Rhea Concussion Study – looking for participants

Looking for research participants who have been diagnosed with a concussion and are interested in using Rhea Health’s digital platform as part of their concussion recovery. Participants receive a personalized Active Recovery plan, access to the mobile app, compensation and have the opportunity to provide input into the platform as we work to make Rhea even better.

Rhea was developed by a team of clinicians and researchers at the University of Toronto, and the digital platform focused on several key areas of rehab: physical exercise, range of motion, strength, vision, balance and coordination, overall stress reduction, and sleep.

You may be eligible for this study if you:

  • Have been diagnosed with a concussion by a physician
  • Are at least 16 years old
  • Able to speak and understand english

What is involved in this study:

  • Use the Rhea App for 4 weeks (28 days)
  • Complete all questionnaires and recommended exercises
  • Estimated 3-5 hour time commitment over 28 day period

If interested in enrolling please visit: https://getrhea.com/research/
or if you have any questions, please contact Ryan Sutton, Research Project Manager: ryan@getrhea.com

For more information regarding this study please see the informational flyer:


Hull-Ellis Concussion and Research Clinic Cognitive Test Study – looking for participants

Currently recruiting participants in a research study examining cognitive
function. The study will compare cognitive functioning between healthy, non-concussed and acutely concussed participants over an 8-week time period.

You may be eligible for this study if you:

  • Are between 20 and 35 years old
  • Have at least a college-level education
  • Have no history of diagnosed concussion in the last year

What is involved in this study:

  • 3 visits to the Toronto Rehab institute (550 University Ave) over a 2-month period
  • Each study visit will take approximately 30-45 minutes
  • Completing cognitive tests that will examine learning and memory, attention and speed of processing

If interested, please contact (please mention the “Cognitive Test Study”):
416-597-3422 ext. 3226 or Hull-Ellis.CC@uhn.ca

For more information regarding this study please see the informational flyer:

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