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.
If you have a study you would like put on this list, please submit it throught the Start Your Project form.
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All studies submitted must include start and end dates and will not run seperately from this page. If there are running studies, this page appears in the Maverick Daily every other Monday and Thursday.
Research Study on Walking Stability in Older Adults
We are looking for older adults who have either fallen in the past year, have a history of falls, or have not fallen to participate in a research study at the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) Biomechanics Research Building to understand indoor to outdoor walking stability correlations in older adults.
The study involves a one-time 2 hour visit. Participants will be asked to walk on a fixed-speed treadmill, an adaptive speed treadmill for three minutes each, complete a 10 Meter Walk Test, walk outside for six minutes, and complete a set of questionnaires.
Compensation for study participation is available and parking is available in front of the research building.
To be eligible you must be between the ages of 65-80 years, have fallen in the past year and/or have a history of falling, or have not fallen in the past year. You are not eligible for the study if you have a diagnosis of a neurological disease (e.g. stroke, traumatic brain injury or Alzheimer’s) or if you have a diagnosis of osteoporosis.
For more information about the study, please contact Sheridan Parker at the Biomechanics Research Building at 402.554.3225 or email@example.com
The research study runs through May 2020.
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