Below are current studies asking for participants across campus. For any more information regarding the studies below, please use the contact listed for each study.
Submit Your Study
If you have a study you would like put on this list, please submit it through the Start Your Project form.
As stated in the Human Research Protection Program Policies and Procedures Manual, Policy #3.6, “All final versions of advertisements including: a) print media (e.g., bulletins, flyers), c) audio scripts (e.g., radio), d) video scripts (e.g., television) and e) any other media forms (e.g. internet) must be submitted to the ORA in accordance with HRPP policy #2.1 for review and approval.” Please contact the IRB with questions regarding the policy at 402.559.6463 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All studies submitted must include written information and will not run separately from this page. If there are running studies, this page will appear in the Maverick Daily at least once per month.
Department of GerontologyIRB #20180817239FB
Are you a healthy, non-smoking adult aged 65-75? Are you interested in learning more about exercise and food choices? If so, you may be interested in participating in a research study. Find out more at gerontology.unomaha.edu/eatfc
Physical Activity Lab
The Physical Activity Lab in Health Promotion at UNO is conducting a study to assess infant movement. Participation will include two visits with your infant to UNO where we will assess your child’s length and weight. Then, we will place an accelerometer on your infant (similar to a watch and ankle band) to measure their physical activity while doing typical activities such as laying, sitting, playing, or sitting in a car seat. Your child is eligible to participate if they are between 6 and 12-months-old and have no diagnosed developmental abnormalities. You will be compensated for your time.
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