Cardiac Activity Monitoring using Heart Vibrations
Volunteer for research at MSU and contribute to discoveries that may improve health care for you, your family, and your community!
Age: Over 18 years of age
Health Condition: Healthy or with a history of cardiovascular issues
Amirtahà Taebi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of
The purpose of this research is to see how heart vibrations propagate to the body surface, and how these vibrations can help us detect different types of cardiovascular diseases. These vibrations will be recorded using noninvasive sensors and a contactless camera.
This study requires
A one time visit which includes a screening session (may be done over the phone) and a measurement session.
Who can participate
Healthy individuals over 18 years of age
Individuals over 18 years of age with a history of cardiovascular issues
MSU IRB: IRB-21-459
From December 1, 2021
130 Creelman St
J. Charles Lee Agricultural and Biological Engineering Building
Mississippi State, MS 39762