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Drs. Cevette (left) and Stepanek (right) study effects of extreme altitudes, acceleration and spatial disorientation.
The Aerospace Medicine and Vestibular Research Lab studies exposure of humans to high and extreme altitudes, acceleration and spatial disorientation.
Research interests include altitude-related illnesses and performance changes, G-force blackout, and risk mitigation for space flight.
The lab offers opportunities to conduct fellowship, residency or postdoctoral studies with Drs. Cevette and Stepanek.
Stay connected with the lab's research outcomes and findings through news releases and peer-reviewed articles.
The lab's videos feature discoveries about aerospace medicine research, virtual reality and galvanic vestibular stimulation.
Contact the Aerospace Medicine and Vestibular Research Lab with inquiries about research, postdoctoral education or collaboration.
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