Research Subject Recruitment

Understanding the relationship of the gut microbiota on host health

The MINION research team in the Department of Nutrition Science is seeking individuals to participate in a study that aims to better understand the relationship of the gut microbiota on host health. The study requires approximately 1.5 hours of time to fill out a health survey and give a blood and fecal sample.

Researchers are seeking individuals over the age of 18 who have not taken antibiotics in six months. Participants will receive $20. Those interested should contact clapp5@purdue.edu.

The principal investigator for the study is Tzu-Wen Cross, assistant professor in Nutrition Science. IRB-2020-07.

 

Study on relationship of appetite ratings and eating pattern

Participants are needed for a research study to examine the relationship between appetite ratings and eating pattern. Men and women ages 18 to 64 with no physical health problems/disease are eligible to participate. Participants will be compensated $100.

The principal investigator for the study is Richard Mattes, Distinguished Professor of Nutrition Science. Those interested in participating should contact Eunjin at cheone@purdue.edu. IRB-2020-1651.

 

Study on effects of consuming different proportions of red meat and plant-based, protein-rich foods

This research study is assessing the effects of consuming different proportions of red meat and plant-based, protein-rich foods (nuts, seeds, and soy products) incorporated into a U.S. Healthy Eating Pattern on cardiovascular disease risk factors in adults at high risk of developing a heart-related disease.

The study seeks men and women who are willing to consume a U.S. Healthy Eating Pattern with varying proportions of red meat and plant-based, protein-rich foods for 10 weeks. All food will be provided. Participants are required to attend four study visits at the research site over approximately a three and a half month period. Individuals will be compensated $300 for participating in the study.

Interested subjects should be age 30 to 69, overweight, nonsmokers, and nonpregnant. Those interested in participating in the study should contact Robert Bergia at rbergia@purdue.edu and mention the “US Healthy Eating Pattern plant-based and animal protein."

The study adheres to all required COVID-19 standard operating procedures. For more information regarding the standard operating procedures, visit https://protect.purdue.edu.

The principal investigator is Wayne Campbell, professor in the Department of Nutrition Science. IRB#: IRB-2020-587.

 

Mediterranean diet and mushroom nutrition study

This research study is assessing the effects of including mushrooms as part of a healthy eating pattern on indices of perceived mental health/anxiety/depression along with risk factors for cardiovascular disease and Type 2 diabetes.

The study seeks men and women who are willing to consume a Mediterranean-style diet for eight weeks either with or without mushrooms. All food will be provided. Participants are required to attend three study visits at the research site over approximately a three-month period. Individuals will be compensated $300 for participating in the study.

Interested subjects should be age 30 to 69, overweight yet in general good health, nonsmokers and nonpregnant. Those interested in participating in the study should contact Cassi Uffelman at cuffelma@purdue.edu and mention the “Mediterranean Diet and Mushroom Study."

The study adheres to all required COVID-19 standard operating procedures. For more information regarding the standard operating procedures, visit https://protect.purdue.edu.

The principal investigator is Wayne Campbell, professor in the Department of Nutrition Science. IRB#: IRB-2019-650.

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