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 Life Sciences Library Research Help
Come to the HBLL for help with peer review, primary vs. secondary vs. tertiary sources, life sciences databases, finding full text, RefWorks, and any other research questions.
  • 3322 HBLL (Research and Writing Center)
  • Life Sciences Librarians: 
Meg Ferguson-Frost - 2-5466 (AT, Bio, EXSC, PDBio, Medicine, Neurosci) Research Studies

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 Studies Seeking Subjects
Call for Sweat Gland Study Participants

This study investigates how the body controls skin blood flow and sweating in response to electrical stimulation of skin nerves.
  • 18-35 years old
  • NO history of cardiovascular disease
  • NO history of diabetes
  • Currently NOT taking any prescription medications
  • Available for 4-5 hours straight sometime during the week (Monday through Fiday)
Qualified Participants will:
  • Have two small needles inserted into the skin of the forearm
  • Small electrical charge will be given to the skin to activate the sweat gland or blood vessel
  • Spend 4-5 hours completing the study
  • Receive $10 per hour for participation (about 4 hours)
For more information, please contact:
Gary Mack
Brain Activity Research Participants Needed

We are seeking women to participate in a study examining brain activity following moderate and vigorous exercise.

We are looking for women (18 - 40 yrs) who can exercise at a jogging pace for 20 - 30 minutes but who currently do not exercise more than three times per week.

Women with food allergies do not qualify. Other exclusion criteria may apply.

Full participation includes three sessions each approximately 2 hours or less.

Brain activity will be measured while passively viewing pictures after exercise. In addition, participants will be offered an ad libitum snack after each condition.

After full completion of the study, each participant will receive $40 cash OR (if applicable) $25 and SONA credit.


Please fill out the form using the link below and we will contact you promptly to set up your first appointment:



Studies Seeking Research Assistants