Mechanisms of thermal hyperemia in human skeletal muscle
The University of North Texas Health Science Center and the Human Vascular Physiology Laboratory are recruiting subjects to take part in a research study that will examine if cyclooxygenase contributes to the increase in skeletal muscle blood flow during heat exposure.
You must be:
- 18 – 40 years old; males & females
- Generally healthy
- No tobacco/nicotine use within past 6 months (cigarettes, e-cigarettes, chewing tobacco, nicotine patch/gum)
- Not currently taking any over the counter or prescription medications besides birth control
- Visit Human Vascular Physiology Laboratory at UNTHSC on 3 separate days. The first visit will last between 1-2 hours and the second and third visits will be will be approximately 5 hours each, for a total time commitment of about 12 hours.
- Participation in this study is voluntary, and if you are a student or employee of UNTHSC your participation (or non-participation) in this study will in no way affect your academic standing or employment.
- Subjects will be compensated for their time and effort.
If you are interested in participating in this study as a research subject, please contact Amy Moore or Rauchelle Richey via email (firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com) or phone (817-735-2088).