Seeking participants for simulated astronaut adaptation experiment

Researchers are performing a multidimensional analysis of various health parameters during simulated spaceflight scenarios. The goal is to investigate relations between different human systems as they adapt to new situations. The lab is located in the Ross Research Building at the School of Medicine.

Healthy, able participants will perform simple tasks such as typing and turning off alarms. They will also be subjected to impediments similar to those encountered during spaceflight. The researchers are especially looking for participants during Intersession 2019. Subjects will receive $25/hour for their time.

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