Active studies and projects by Elon University faculty in conjunction with other Universities and programs.
If there is a project that should be featured on this page, contact the School of Health Sciences.
A Biobank to Identify Biomarker Signatures Related to COVID-19 Infection
This study is a collaboration with investigators from the School of Medicine at Wake Forest University. To be eligible for this investigation you need to be a student, staff, or faculty at Elon University and not previously identified as being infected by COVID-19. Participation in this investigation is voluntary and does not impact your status within the University.
Addressing Fall Risk in Lung Cancer Survivors
This project is being conducted by faculty and students in the Department of Physical Therapy Education in the School of Health Sciences at Elon University. To be eligible for participation, you need to be an adult with a history of lung cancer living in North Carolina. Participation is free of charge, and all activities will occur virtually/online. If you are interested in participating or would like more information, please fill out this form for a member of the project team to contact you at your convenience. Alternatively, you may email Dr. Beth Evans. Funding for the project is provided by an Access Grant from the Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina.
Effects of Coffee Roasting on Blood Sugar Regulation in Healthy Humans a “Take Out” Study Design.
This study is a collaboration with investigators from the Department of Food, Bioprocessing, and Nutrition Sciences at NC State University. To be eligible for this investigation you need to be a student, staff, or faculty at Elon University and be healthy (Have a BMI (Body mass index) less than 29 kg/m2, Have no pre-existing health conditions), with ages between 18 and 64 years. Habitual coffee consumers and non-coffee consumers can participate. Participation in this investigation is voluntary and does not impact your status within the University.