Lei Gao

Mass General Brigham

1 active project

CMAR

Circadian and biological rhythms are a potential modifiable risk factor common to delirium and AD, particularly in underrepresented populations

Scientific Questions Being Studied

Circadian and biological rhythms are a potential modifiable risk factor common to delirium and AD, particularly in underrepresented populations

Project Purpose(s)

  • Disease Focused Research (Delirium, Alzheimer's disease)

Scientific Approaches

Use motor and heart activity using traditional and nonlinear dynamics

Anticipated Findings

We have previously established links in predominantly White Caucasian populations, if these links can be links can be replicated, it may guide future interventions to modify health behaviors and risk factors

Demographic Categories of Interest

  • Race / Ethnicity
  • Age

Research Team

Owner:

  • Lei Gao - Other, Mass General Brigham
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