The TIMET Study

The TIMET Study focuses on the health impact of time restricted eating (TRE) on people who have metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome is defined as having three of more of the following: elevated fasting blood sugar, increased waist circumference, high triglycerides, low HDL cholesterol, and high blood pressure. It is a five year NIH funded study with a projected enrollment of 144 participants. Cameron received the Julia Brown Research Scholarship for Health and Medical Professions for this study.

In addition to patient visits and data analysis, Cameron was in charge of designing all the recruitment and patient materials, such as flyers, recruiting patients, and training new volunteers. In order to keep the study materials visually consistent and to improve our recruitment process.

Cameron has presented this study at numerous conferences, including the 2021 Consortium of Universities for Global Health (website). You can view a presentation on this topic here.

Left: Front page of the information folders each patient receives during their first clinic visit.

Below are a few examples of Cameron's work for this study.

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