E-News | Research study seeking adults with physically active jobs


University researchers are looking for healthy adults with physically active jobs to participate in a research study which is seeking to understand the effects of physical activity at work on cardiovascular health.

The study involves two visits to a WVU laboratory lasting less than one hour and then wearing monitors measuring physical activity and cardiovascular health for one week.

All participants who complete the study will receive up to $150 as compensation.

For more information or to see if you qualify, contact the study investigator, Tyler Quinn, at tyler.quinn1@hsc.wvu.edu or complete the online screening form.

This study was approved by the West Virginia University Institutional Review Board. Approval is on file. The devices used in the study are either non-medical in nature or have been previously approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the intended use in this study.

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