Researchers at Columbia University are inviting members of TuDiabetes community to participate in a research study investigating different approaches to visualizing discussion threads. In this study, participants will be asked to look at one or several discussion threads and answer a few questions about these discussions. The study will be conducted online and will take 30-45 minutes. The participants will be reimbursed $10 amazon gift certificates for their participation.

If you are a member of TuDiabetes community and are interested in participating, please contact Lena Mamykina at lena.mamykina@dbmi.columbia.edu


Lena Mamykina, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Biomedical Informatics
Columbia University Medical Center

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Hello there,
I am interesting in your research,wish join the online discussion
I look forward your reply

Sheldonoo, please email lena.mamykina@dbmi.columbia.edu and let her know you would like to participate.  And thank you for your willingness to help!!

If I do this can I donate my gift certificate to Diabetes Hands Foundation. I'm sure the foundation could find a thing or two to buy at Amazon.com

Aw Gary!  You already do so much for us!!  Participating in the study will be a great help, in addition to all you already do here :)

I participated last Wednesday.

i participated, great work they are doing :)
Everyone participate if they can!!!

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