Research Subjects Needed
The Exercise Physiology Program at Ball State University is conducting a study on how caffeine affects blood clotting activity at rest and during exercise. Healthy, non-smoking men (18-45 yrs old) who consume moderate amounts of caffeine each week (approx. 1 caffeinated drink per day) and are taking no medications will be evaluated before and after two separate exercise tests. Total time commitment is expected to be less than 1.5 hours per test, less than 3 hours total.
IRB protocol #202935-4
For more information, contact Liam Fitzgerald:
Liam Fitzgerad, B.S.MS Graduate AssistantClinical Exercise PhysiologyHuman Performance LaboratoryBall State Universitylfitzgerald@bsu.edu
Principal Investigator:Paul Nagelkirk Ph.D.Ball State UniversitySchool of PE Sport & Exercise Scienceprnagelkirk@bsu.edu