Metabolism Study


The Human Integrative Physiology Department is looking for volunteers to participate in a research study looking at the effects of aging on metabolism. You must be between the ages of 18-35 or 50-79, a non-smoker and not taking prescription medications for high blood pressure or cholesterol. You must not be exercising more than 2 days a week. Individuals of all races or ethnicities are encouraged to reply. For more information email; contact: Angela Moquin Additional information:


Aging, Exercise, and Blood Vessel Function


Researchers at the University of Colorado-Boulder are seeking healthy men and women ages 18-79 to help determine how blood vessel function is affected by aging and exercise.  Participants must be sedentary, non-smokers, and taking no prescription medication for cardiovascular disease. 

For details call Ashley and Brooke at (303) 492-2485.


Research Volunteers Requested ­

Free Comprehensive Health Assessment Provided


Are you a healthy 18-79 year-old male interested in learning about your health? The Human Integrative Physiology Laboratory seeks volunteers who do not exercise regularly for research examining how abdominal fat affects vascular health. Participants receive a free comprehensive health assessment that includes: cholesterol, body fat, bone density,

cardiovascular health and dietary analysis. Financial compensation provided. Volunteers should not currently use medications for cardiovascular disorders or tobacco. For more information, contact Whitney at or (303) 735-6410.