Novel ways to stress the human system.

The struggles of patients against adverse conditions parallels those of athletes in extreme environments.

Extremes of heat, cold, and altitude.

EEPCore is a flagship research and instructional facility within the Department of Human Physiology at the University of Oregon

“Bringing the mountain into the lab”

Going to extremes to advance human health and performance.

The Eugene and Clarissa Evonuk Memorial Graduate Fellowship in Environmental or Stress Physiology

Eugene Evonuk devoted his life to scholarly achievement in the field of applied physiology and to the professional careers and personal growth of his students. This fellowship was established in 1984 to honor his ideals and to assist and encourage others to pursue achievement in the realm of environmental or stress physiology. Several recent Evonuk Fellows have used the unique characteritics of the EEPCore to enhance their research projects.

Learn more about the award and how to apply.

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