The Exercise Science and Exercise Physiology Programs have nine laboratories that are dedicated to research and classes. These laboratories vary in focus from behavioral science to environmental physiology, as well as motor control and cardiovascular health.
We strongly encourage both undergraduate and graduate students to become involved in research projects within these laboratories. Part of this involvement includes individual investigations credit hours for undergraduate students and research credit hours for graduate students. When registered for these credit hours, students will work with a faculty member on one of the ongoing research projects.
Please contact the faculty member associated with each lab for more information on how to become involved and how to volunteer as a research subject.
Faculty members within the Exercise Science and Exercise Physiology Programs also have a wide net of collaborations including:
- Department of Psychology
- Department of Biological Sciences
- Department of Athletic Training
- Case Western Reserve University
- The Cleveland Clinic
- Cleveland VA Medical Center