Find out how you can help to answer important research challenges.

The School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences is seeking volunteers to participate to research projects. Check our list of active projects below.

Your time and involvement will help to make a difference, and we are grateful for your contribution to our research projects.

Projects recruiting volunteers

Peer support and exercise trial

Are you at least one month post-treatment for cancer and looking to increase your fitness?

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Cardiovascular disease risk: fitness versus fatness

Are you between 25–69 years old and interested in understanding more about your body composition, cardiorespiratory fitness level and cardiovascular health?

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Brain blood flow, blood pressure and exercise

Are you a male or female between the ages of 40–65 years who is interested in how brain health changes with age?

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A common sub-cortical system for human eye and limb control

Do you have normal or corrected to normal (with contact lenses) vision? Participants will be seated in a dimly lit and sound attenuated laboratory room with their head positioned on a desk-mounted eye-tracker.

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The Influence of high-intensity compared with moderate-intensity exercise on fatigue in men with prostate cancer on androgen deprivation therapy: the IMPACT trial

Are you male, aged 18+, had a previous or current diagnosis of prostate cancer, and currently being treated with hormone therapy (ADT) or have previously been treated with ADT for more than 3 months? 

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Researchers: need volunteers?

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