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Research / Discovery

Subjects needed for cardiovascular research

January 30, 2009

"Regional blood flow control and vascular function: Effects of aging and regular physical activity"

The Human Cardiovascular Physiology Laboratory in the Department of Health and Exercise Science is studying the effect of aging on muscle blood flow control in humans.

Eligibility

You are potentially eligible to participate if you are:

  • A male between the ages of 18-35
  • A male or female between the ages of 55-90
  • Healthy and not taking medications
  • Sedentary or moderately active

Benefits

Study benefits include:

  • Body composition and bone density assessment
  • Cholesterol screening
  • Physician-supervised treadmill test for subjects >55 years to test for underlying cardiopulmonary disease


*Compensation available for participation.

If interested, please call Julie Davis at (970) 491-6702, or e-mail us at cvlab@cahs.colostate.edu. We have several ongoing studies, but please contact us by Friday, Feb. 27 to facilitate scheduling.


Contact: Julie Davis
E-mail: juled@cahs.colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-6702