Healthy adult men & women needed to participate in a study investigating:

The Role of Sensory Nerves in Rapid Cutaneous Thermal Hyperemia in Young Human Males and Females


  • Healthy men & women (non-smokers), 18-40 years old
  • No cardiovascular or metabolic disorders
  • Not taking prescription medications aside from oral contraceptives (birth control)
  • Able to refrain from alcohol, caffeine, and exercise for 24 hrs and fast for 2 hrs prior to testing sessions

Two testing sessions (3 for females)

  1. Aerobic fitness & body composition assessment (~1 hr)
  2. Skin blood flow assessment (~2.5 hrs)
  3. Females only: 2nd skin blood flow assessment (~2.5 hrs)

All participants will receive a full cardiovascular fitness and body composition assessment for participating in the study!

For more information call (765) 285-4249 or email

IRB Approval # 1060901-3

  The Integrative Exercise Physiology Laboratory (IEPL) is a 1,600 square foot facility housed in the Health and Physical Activities Building.  The laboratory is equipped to assess numerous physiological, biochemical, psychological, and metabolic responses to exercise and adaptations to regular exercise training.

Research in the IEPL investigates the functioning of individual cells, systems, and organs as they apply to our understanding of the functioning of the entire human body.  These studies have implications for both health and athletic performance.  This laboratory provides collaborative opportunities for students and faculty in the Exercise Science, Biomechanics, Exercise & Sport Psychology, Coaching, and P.E. Teacher Education programs.