Call for Study Participants

Online Research Study: 

  1. Recreationally active females wanted for an at-home exercise and nutrition research study
  2. Participants needed for a study on body image perception
  3. Males and females wanted for at-home breath test study
  4. Volunteers Needed For Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) in Females
  5. Survey: Do you have a child that currently, or previously, participated in youth sports?
  6. Online Survey Seeking Competitive Athletes
  7. Body Image Study 

In Person Research Study:

Please note: face-to-face in-person research participation has been stopped until at least December 21, 2020. For more information see: https://research.utoronto.ca/lock-down-measures-toronto-peel-research-involving-human-participants.

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Due to the current COVID-19 situation, the following studies are put on hold until further notice. 
If you're interested in participating in a study, please check back regularly. We will update this page when participant recruitment resumes.

  1. Implicit Associations in Sport (Ages 13-18) 
  2. Examining the use of sensory information during movement (ages 17-47)
  3. Study of physical activity behaviour following mental fatigue 

  4. Decision-making and action study – Right-handed adults (18 to 35 years old) 

  5. Research Subjects Aged 45-80 Years Needed for Exercise Study
  6. Investigating how female cancer survivors feel during and after different types of exercise
  7. Effects of Protein Quality on Post-Exercise Recovery in Active Youth (ages 8-16)
  8. Exploring Athletic Identity & Concussion Healthy Athletes Needed 
  9. Healthy recreationally active females wanted for an exercise research study 
  10. Reaching with different vision conditions (ages 18-46, right handed)
  11. Sensory Information during Movement (age 17-47, right handed, no musical training) 

To have your study added or removed from the Call for Participants webpage, please contact the Office of the Associate Dean, Research at adr.kpe@utoronto.ca