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65-80 Year Olds Needed for Exercise & Brain Health Study

Are you between 65-80 and looking to become more active? Are you able to walk with no pain or assistive device (ex., cane, walker, scooter)?

If so, you may be able to participate in a research study designed to help find out if a 12-month moderate exercise program can improve cognitive function and brain health in older adults.

The location of the assessments and intervention are at Northeastern Universities Boston campus. Compensation and free parking are provided.Please contact Liza Duble at 617-373-3746 or l.duble@northeastern.edu.

Friday, October 26, 2018

Cognitive & Brain Health Lab, 672 ISEC

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Jacinta Lavallee

Jacinta Lavallee 3/12/2018

Like Nancy's comments below, I am in similar situation and would like to know more.

Nancy Snyder

Nancy Snyder 2/12/2018

I am here on campus. I need a lot more information to know if I am interested: how frequently Subjects attend, for what length of time, for what duration, what are the interventions, is there compensation. I am 66 and potentially interested and know a lot of people in their late 60s...but need more information before sending this to others. Thanks

Gladys McKie

Gladys McKie 1/10/2018

Very interested in this study. What are the next steps? I also have friends who might be interested.

Angela Bryan

Angela Bryan 1/10/2018

Extraneous but funny - on my monitor, your request cuts off and reads as: Are you able to walk with no pain or ass...