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Survey for Exercise Science Research
The Department of Exercise Science is recruiting participants for ongoing research studies that are focused on exercise performance. Specifically, we are interested in whether your growth in utero (in other words the growth that occurred when your mom was pregnant with you) has lasting effects on exercise outcomes.
We are looking for participants with certain characteristics, which include various combinations of birth weight, birth length, your current physical activity patterns and so forth.
Typically, participants who are enrolled in our studies receive compensation, depending on the study.
Rather than try to provide you with a detailed description here of what we are looking for in a research participant, we’d like to ask those of you who are interested to complete our online survey.
This survey is available at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ExerciseBirthSurvey
Based on your survey responses, we may contact you about participating in one of our future studies.
If you have any questions, please contact me at email@example.com
Contact: Jessica Redmond