Combining Research with Health and Wellness
The Human Performance Clinical Research Lab, designated as a CSU Program of Research and Scholarly Excellence since 2008, supports the departmental mission to discover new knowledge through excellence in research in the areas of health and exercise science and to disseminate that knowledge through academic and outreach programs.
Our areas of research include:
- Aging and Chronic Disease
- Behavior and Lifestyle Modification
- Functional Performance
- Neurological Function and Dysfunction
Pursuing the etiology, prevention, intervention, and treatment of aging-related diseases.
Full-Time Research Operations Team
PRSE Designation since 2008
11 Faculty Labs wet lab and clinical facilities
Connecting with Our Community
Through health, wellness, and research endeavors.
Our Research Facility
The Human Performance Clinical Research Laboratory is a biomedical and behavioral research center housed in the Department of Health and Exercise Science. Our mission is to provide a home for interdisciplinary research, training, and outreach efforts that address the etiology, prevention, intervention, and treatment of major aging-related diseases. Learn more about our research facility from Department Head Barry Braun.
11th International Symposium on Gait and Balance in Multiple Sclerosis
The Department of Health and Exercise Science is excited to organize the 11th Annual International Symposium on Gait and Balance in Multiple Sclerosis. The hybrid symposium will be on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021, from 8:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.
Do Research and Get Your Degree
Our research program is closely connected with the Department of Health and Exercise Science. Students in HES programs are an integral component of our research program at the HPCRL. Learn more about the programs.