Past Funded Research

8/9/19
This study aims to determine the efficacy of face cooling to maintain blood pressure during simulated hemorrhage induced by lower body negative pressure.
8/9/19
This study will examine autonomic control of blood pressure in patients recently diagnosed with a concussion.
8/9/19
Caffeine is the most widely used psychoactive substance in the world and its use is increasing among children. Although considered safe, the majority of empirical data on the effects of caffeine have been collected in adults.
8/9/19
This pre-clinical study will examine the safety and efficacy of phytosterols in treating maternal gestational hyperlipidemiarity.
8/9/19
These studies will help us understand the pathophysiology that underpins abnormal responses to heat stress in heart failure patients.
8/9/19
Mushrooms rich in vitamin D will be studied to help shed light on their effects on people with diabetes, the usefulness of a vegetarian vitamin D source, and how they may improve the quality of life for older adults.
8/9/19
Investigators will examine the engineering complexity implications of intelligent orthotic braces used to manage knee osteoarthritis.
8/9/19
The overarching goal of this this study is to address the MedEvac foundation priority of educational techniques and technologies, and improve HEMS safety.
8/9/19
Todd C. Rideout, PhD, will test the combination of two nutraceuticals for potential application in the prevention and treatment of metabolic syndrome, a group of risk factors that contribute to increased cardiovascular disease.
8/9/19
Over 100 million individuals in the United States are obese, including the very young and the very old, a condition associated with insulin insensitivity, metabolic inflexibility, and reduced activities of daily living.
8/9/19
Previous research has established resistant starch (RS) as an effective dietary prebiotic supplement to modulate intestinal function and improve systemic health in both animals and humans.
8/9/19
This study aims to understand the ramifications of longer work:rest ratios for firefighters, as well as the role of fitness on short- and long-term performance/recovery.
8/9/19
This study will explore possible associations between EMT partner familiarity and teamwork and on-the-job injuries.
8/9/19
This study will evaluate the effects of rehydration strategy on terrestrial performance and overnight recovery following immersion induced dehydration.  
8/9/19
Sepsis is a leading cause of death in critical care units worldwide. This study, led by John X. Wilson, PhD, will explore whether something as simple as vitamin C can help reduce mortality from sepsis.