Quantitative Sensory Testing (Medoc)
Quantitative Sensory Testing (QST) allows us to examine various markers of sensory functioning. With QST, we have been able to incorporate pain-related processes in our studies.
E4 Wristbands (Empatica)
E4 Wristbands record real-time physiological data. With the wristbands we are able to non-intrusively capture physiological markers, such as body temperature, heart rate, and skin conductance, over a period of time.
Total Body Composition Analyzer (Tanita)
We use the Tanita scale to collect body composition information and tap into physical health data.
Additionally, we collaborate with the Exercise Prescription Lab at Syracuse University and the Cornell University MRI Facility where acute exercise and neuroimaging protocols take place.