Current studies seeking participants:
The department of Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise is recruiting participants for a study investigating the effects of resistance training exercise on muscle metabolism/function. Participants will be provided a certified personal trainer for 12 weeks to guide them through a 3 day/week resistance training program. Three muscle biopsies will be performed during the 12-week program and participants will be compensated $50 per biopsy (total compensation = $150).
If you are a male, over 60 years of age, sedentary (inactive) and not currently engaging in resistance training, of normal body weight and would like to begin a resistance training program guided by a certified personal trainer at no cost, please complete the survey at the link below and you will be contacted.
Kyle Flack, HNFE Graduate Student
Brenda Davy, Associate Professor in HNFE
Volunteers needed for a study examining how diet influences muscle metabolism.
Participants must be:
- Males between the ages of 18-40
- Not currently taking any medications
- Without any major medical problems
- Willing to eat a high fat diet for 4 weeks
You will receive extensive health information. You may receive up to $500 to compensate you for your time.
If you meet the above requirements and are interested in participating in this research study, please contact John Pownall or Kris Osterberg (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the Human Integrative Physiology Laboratory at Virginia Tech by email: email@example.com or call the lab at (540) 231-8299 or fill out the survey from the link below.
Volunteers needed for a study that examines how aspirin affects gut permeability.
- Males and females, age 50-75
- Not taking any medications, including aspirin
- Sedentary or inactive
You will receive extensive health care information and can be compensated up to $50 for your time.
If you meet the above requirements and are interested in participating in this research study, please contact Karen Strat at the Human Integrative Physiology Laboratory at Virginia Tech by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call the lab at (540) 231-8299 or fill out the survey from the link below.