“Stressing people since 2002”

The Exercise & Environmental Physiology Lab opened at the University of Oregon in 2002.

Funded by National Institutes of Health

Current research is supported by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of NIH.

Research subjects needed

Interested in participating? You can find the current projects listed in the dropdown menu under PROJECTS.

Throughout my career…

My research has focused on identifying the hormonal, neural, or metabolic factors that are responsible for changes in the cardiovascular system during exposure to...

What are we doing?

The studies we are currently conducting are designed to understand the mechanisms that underlie some of the beneficial effects of exercise, particularly in an...

Why use exercise in research?

We learn much more about the cardiovascular system when we challenge it. Just sitting around, we won’t know what it is capable of doing....

Need more information…

Interested in being a research subject?

You can email the Lab Research Coordinator (exerciselab@cas.uoregon.edu), or call 541-600-4095.

Are you a Human Physiology major and want to join this lab?

You can apply online to be an Undergraduate Research Assistant for any of the HPHY labs, including the Exercise & Environmental Physiology Lab, during HPHY’s mid-winter application cycle (HPHY URA Application) or you can email the Lab Director, John Halliwill, PhD.

Are you applying for the Research-Intensive MS/PhD program and want to join this lab?

Graduate students who work in this lab are part of a collaborative research team, co-lead by Dr. John Halliwill and Dr. Christopher Minson, conducting research in the Exercise & Environmental Physiology Lab, Human Cardiovascular Control Lab, and Evonuk Environmental Physiology Core. Depending on your interests, you can email  John Halliwill, PhD, or Christopher Minson, PhD, for more information.

This lab is affiliated with Evonuk Environmental Physiology Core (EEPCore).

Learn more about the EEPCore.
The Exercise & Environmental Physiology Lab is one of many labs led by faculty of the Department of Human Physiology.

Learn more about the Department of Human Physiology.