The Human Performance Research Laboratory supports research on the adaptive potentials of humans, including the borderline fields that relate human function to complex and changing environments. Specific research includes: Studying the effects of exercise and environment on the muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous, and thermoregulatory systems of the human body.

Collaborative research projects have been undertaken with University of Utah Health, the College of Nursing, and departments of Biology, Electrical Engineering, Modern Dance, and Physical Therapy. The Environmental Chamber is also part of the Human Performance Lab.

Contact Us

Kerry Jacques


202 HPER North Building
Phone: (801) 585-1451