Join a Mayo Clinic research study to advance the science of running
Runner’s Science is an ongoing research effort from Mayo Clinic designed to better understand the impact of endurance running on the human body. Coordinated annually in conjunction with the 26.2 with DONNA, the research tracks and measures training variables and physiologic data of runners who participate in both the marathon and half-marathon with the goal of gaining knowledge to ultimately help runners train safer and run smarter.
Mayo Clinic researchers are looking for runners to participate in the study. Please review the eligibility requirements. For more information or to be considered for the study, contact MCJMARATHONRES[at]mayo.edu or 904-956-1905.