Research Participant Recruitment

Now recruiting! The Center has launched its Healthy Aging Research Registry.

A research registry is a list of people who may be interested participating in research studies. The Healthy Aging Research Registry will be comprised of people who want to be contacted about studies on aging and age-related conditions. The information collected in the registry will be stored in a secure database and access to your contact information will be limited to a Research Registry Committee of Center for Healthy Aging leaders. CSU researchers who are performing studies that align with your interests will be given your contact information and may contact you to gauge your interest and eligibility in their study. You can then choose whether or not you would like to participate.

Interested? Click here to join the registry online. For questions about the registry, email CHAResearchRegistry@colostate.edu or call 970-495-2528.

Please click on the flyers below to find out how to participate in current research studies being conducted by faculty and students associated with the Center.

Healthy Brain Aging
Biological Age: Health of Your Cells vs. Your Age in Years
Testing a Biochemical Assay for the Diagnosis of Canine Cognitive Dysfunction
Neural mechanisms and associations of psychomotor and balance abilities in Diabetes Type 1
Yoga for People with Brain Injury and Stroke
Online Yoga and Health Education for Chronic Conditions
Cognitive and Motor Deficits: Driving and Falls Study
Effects of Wild Blueberries on Blood Pressure and Vascular Health in Middle-Aged/Older Men
Effects of an Aronia Berry Dietary Supplement on Cardiovascular and Gastrointestinal Health
AgingPlus Study Seeking Research Participants Interested in Healthy Aging
Physical Activity, Sitting, and Sleep Study for Cancer Survivors
Testing Activity Correlates in Colorectal Cancer Survivors
Exploring Chronic Pain in Caregivers and Care Recipients
Movement Study – Stroke
Movement Study – Control of Skilled Hand Movements
Movement Science and Rehabilitation Lab
Effects of Dance on the Aging Mind
AgingPlus: Aging in a Healthier Way!