The West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute (RNI), that has always been committed to improving lives by pioneering advances in brain health, recently started a new scientific study which features Zerobody among other innovative technologies.
The Principle Investigator, Joshua Hagen, PhD, is conducting an 18-month scientific research effort during which “Zerobody will be evaluated in a study comparing two different types of floatation methods and, secondly, we will identify the feasibility of utilizing Zerobody in a study that focuses on a specific clinical population (i.e. addiction, chronic pain, etc.)”
For more detailed information about this study, we recommend reading the dedicated section.