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Are you one of the fittest people you know?
Or were you once a top competitor? If so, researchers at Stanford University are interested in studying what sets you apart. With just a saliva sample, they aim to study the genomes of some of the fittest people in the world. The whole process will take less than 15 minutes of your time and can be done from your home at no expense to you. Visit elite.stanford.edu for more information.
Competing in a summer or winter Olympic sport?
Researchers from our Female Athlete Program are studying relative energy deficiency in sport (RED-S). If you are a female or male able-bodied athlete/para-athlete (recreational to elite), over 15 years old, and competing in a summer or winter Olympic sport, they want to hear from you. You can help them find the best tools to use in early detection of RED-S to optimize athlete health and performance.
Do you know a female, high school track athlete?
Do you want to inspire resilience in sport and improve mental and physical health for her and her team? Researchers in the Stanford FASTR Program are testing an interactive, educational platform to promote female athlete health. Using engaging stories from top athletes, inspiring coaches, and lead researchers they hope to inspire resilience and promote mental and physical health. Visit fastr.stanford.edu for more information.
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