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PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR A STUDY ABOUT EXERCISE AND BLOOD PRESSURE

September 6, 2017

Researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago are performing a clinical research study on the effects of weight training versus aerobic training in African Americans and Caucasians with blood pressure above 120/80 mmHg–
• Researchers are seeking adults with blood pressure above 120/80 mmHg between the ages of 18 and 50 for participation.
• Participants will be randomly chosen to participate in either a supervised aerobic or weight training program for 8 weeks during the study. Total participation in the research study will include 6 months of health screenings and assessments, free personal training, ultrasound vascular evaluations, fitness evaluations, and body fat analyses. Financial compensation provided.
• Participants will undergo these procedures at UIC’s Clinical Research Center and Integrative Physiology Lab.
• For more information about participation in this study, please contact:
Laurel Thur at (312) 996-8980/ Email: lathur@uic.edu
This study is being conducted by PI: Dr. Shane Phillips in the Department of Physical Therapy: 1919 W. Taylor Ave. Chicago, IL
Improving Blood Pressure and Cardiovascular Risk with Resistance Exercise in African Americans
IRB# 2015-1091
Internet flyer, v. 5, 11/17/2016

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20 times, on 9-6-2017, 9-13-2017, 9-20-2017, 9-27-2017, 10-4-2017, 10-11-2017, 10-18-2017, 10-25-2017, 11-1-2017, 11-8-2017, 11-15-2017, 11-22-2017, 11-29-2017, 12-6-2017, 12-13-2017, 12-20-2017, 12-27-2017, 1-3-2018, 1-10-2018, 1-17-2018

Location

158 DHSP Disability, Health and Social Policy Building

Fee

N/A

Audience

General public/Campus community/Faculty/Staff/Students/Alumni/Prospective students

Contact

lathur@uic.edu
312-996-8980

Category

Health and Medical/Other

Department

Physical Therapy

Last updated

09-05-2017

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