by Dr. Reed Ferber, Ph.D. CAT(C)
The Wearable Technology Citizen Science program is a unique opportunity to share your wearable device data with researchers. Our main goal is to use your data, and the data of your fellow citizen scientists, to help improve your health and your community. If you track your running mileage and program using a Fitbit or Garmin device, you can become a Citizen Scientist by visiting https://wetrac.ucalgary.ca/ and signing up.
This Citizen Science program is part of the Wearable Technology Research and Collaboration (We-TRAC) program, which is funded through the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). This program has been approved by the Ethics Board of the University of Calgary (REB20-0572) and involves a world-class group of researchers and industry partners.
Contact Dr. Ferber for more information at [email protected]
Dr. Reed Ferber is the director of the Running Injury Clinic, a world leader in running-related research and 3D gait analysis technology. For more information, visit www.runninginjuryclinic.com.
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