Students to Speak Today About Exercise Science Research
Lisa Jansen and Kirsten Dunlap, University of Arkansas graduate students in exercise science, will present their research from 3 to 4 p.m. today, Oct. 12 in Room 311 of the Health, Physical Education and Research Building.
Jansen's presentation is titled "Hydration and Glucose Regulation - Water Homeostasis at a Cost?"
Dunlap's presentation is titled "A Time Course Study of Mitochondrial Quality in Hindlimb-Unloaded Mice: A Sex Comparison."
The presentations are part of the Department of Health, Human Performance and Recreation Research Seminar Series. The seminars are free and open to the public. The series is intended to expose students and faculty to research being conducted in the department.
Heidi S. Wells, director of communications
College of Education and Health Professions
If you are a current caffeine and alcohol drinker, 21-35 years of age, you may be eligible to participate in a research study examining the effects of music and memory on sensory perception.
This study consists of two sessions over two days, and you will receive approximately $25 based on the quality of your design.
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