Vigorous-Intensity Interval Training Study

Vigorous-Intensity Interval Training Study

In collaboration with the Duke Hepatology Clinic, recruitment began in January 2018 for the Feasibility of Vigorous-Intensity Interval Training in Adults with Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis study. Led by Director of Research Oliver Glass, PhD, this study examines the feasibility of delivering a vigorous-intensity interval training (VIIT) intervention to patients with nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) and related fibrosis. Eligible subjects include individuals who have NASH-related fibrosis (stage 1-4) and are able to complete a single VIIT session on an indoor rowing machine. A cohort of healthy controls will be recruited as well. For more information, please contact investigator Oliver Glass at oliver.glass@duke.edu