We are presently recruiting individuals to participate in ongoing metabolic research investigations. Because our research is focused on improving metabolic health, participation in our studies often serves as a great way to jumpstart a lifestyle transition. Additionally, most studies involve diagnostic procedures that provide health-related information and monetary compensation. Scroll down to learn more about current opportunities.
We are seeking participants age 30-55 years to help us learn more about how insulin – a hormone your body releases after a meal – can impact fat metabolism in muscles. Study visits would occur at the Samaritan Athletic Medicine Center in Corvallis, and will be conducted by researchers at Oregon State University.
General information regarding the study is provided in the official flier (pdf).
Click the Get Involved button below to contact our research team to learn more about this research study.
TMRL research studies are conducted at the Samaritan Athletic Medicine (SAM) Center, conveniently located on the campus of Oregon State University in Corvallis. The SAM offers state-of-the-art facilities and a friendly, highly-trained medical support staff. Parking is always available and free of charge.
Not seeing a study that is of interest? Check back regularly for updated research participation opportunities, as we are always developing new metabolic research studies. Please also consider opportunities in other research laboratories in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences.