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Predicting Sleep, Smoking, and Lung Health Disparities in African American Adults

This 5-year prospective, observational study will: (1) determine the individual, social, and environmental predictors of sleep duration, quality, latency, efficiency, timing and regularity in African American smokers, (2) quantify the prospective relationship between multiple metrics of sleep with tobacco use, such that a sleep phenotype of risk for smoking is defined, and (3) examine the extent to which short sleep (<7 hrs) and other unhealthy sleep metrics, predicts lung function through smoking behaviors and inflammation, in 480 African Americans at risk for advancing COPD (GOLD Stage 0-2 and current smoker).

Clinical Trial Information

Protocol
TIRB#: 25019, WIRB#: 20180370
Phase
Observational
Conditions
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Investigator
Aditi Satti, MD
Coordinator
Rachel Blair

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For more information about this trial or to inquire about eligibility, email breathe@temple.edu

 

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Predicting Sleep, Smoking, and Lung Health Disparities in African American Adults