Study Recruitment

Revved Up Research Group


 


 

Revved Up Research Group

28 Division St. RM500

Kingston ON Canada

K7L 3N6

Tomasone Lab

tomasone@queensu.ca
613-533-6000 x 79193

Latimer-Cheung Lab

amy.latimer@queensu.ca
613-533-6000 x 78773

Lifestyle and Cardiometabolic Research Unit


 


 

Participants exercising on treadmills

Stay tuned for upcoming study participation opportunities!

Lifestyle and Cardiometabolic Research Unit

28 Division St. RM500

Kingston ON Canada

K7L 3N6

Dr. Robert Ross

rossr@queensu.ca

Tel: 613-533-6583

Office: KHS 301E

Muscle Physiology Lab


 


 

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We are currently recruiting participants for an acute exercise study led by PhD Student Hashim Islam and 4th year thesis student Talya Schulman. 

Queen's Muscle Physiology Lab

28 Division St. RM405, Kingston, ON, 37L 3N6

Human Vascular Control Laboratory


 


 

Comparing Oxygen Delivery During Fatiguing Handgrip Exercise

Eligibility

  • Healthy males 18-35 years of age
  • Non-smoker and no chronic medications
  • Participation in >150min of physical activity per week

What is involved in this study?

  • 1 preliminary lab visit (1.5h)
  • 4 experimental lab sessions (1-2h) that include:
    • Handgrip exercise
    • Venous blood draws
  • Pre-exercise drink consumption

If interested, please contact:

Alyssa Fenuta, MSc, PhD(c)

a.fenuta@queensu.ca

Alterations in Effort Perception During Forearm Exercise

Eligibility

  • Healthy males 18-35 years of age
  • Non-smoker and no chronic medications

What is involved in this study?

  • 1 preliminary lab visit (2h)
  • 1 experimental lab session (2h) involving:
    • Handgrip exercise
    • Brachial artery compression

If interested, please contact:

Patrick Drouin, MSc(c)

11pjd3@queensu.ca

Assessment of a Perfusion Pressure Challenge

Eligibility

  • All healthy individuals
  • No previous history of cardiovascular disease

What is involved in this study?

  • 1 experimental lab session (1.5-2h) involving:
    • Handgrip exercise
    • Cuff occlusion of the brachial artery

If interested, please contact:

Mytchel Lynn, MSc(c)

11mjtl@queensu.ca

Human Vascular Control Laboratory
SKHS Building, 28 Division St. KHS 400, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6

Queen's Human Vascular Control Lab