The UAB School of Medicine, UAB Center for Exercise Medicine, and Department of Neurology are sponsoring a pilot exercise trial evaluating a novel exercise prescription for Parkinson’s disease patients that is designed to improve fatigue symptoms, muscle function, and other disease-related symptoms. Each participate will exercise under full supervision three days per week at UAB.
An Exercise Intensity Study is being conducted by the UAB Departments of Human Studies and Nutrition Sciences. To participate in this 20 week study, candidates should meet the following criteria:
TIGER Study -
The TIGER Study is designed to investigate how variation in DNA sequence may influence levels of body fatness and fitness both prior to and following a 30-week exercise program. We are looking to enroll men and women who meet the following criteria:
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is an endocrine disorder that causes women to have a variety of symptoms, which can include irregular menstruation, unwanted excess facial and body hair, infertility, acne, excessive amounts of androgenic (male) hormones, and obesity. Most women with the condition have a number of small cysts on the ovaries, but it is the collection of symptoms, rather than the presence of cysts, that is essential in diagnosing PCOS.
If you have PCOS and meet the following criteria you may qualify to participate: