Exercise and Physical Activity Resource Center

EPARC is a University of California, San Diego (UCSD) recharge center designed to offer state-of-the-science tools, resources, and services to researchers seeking to conduct high quality physical activity and exercise-related research.


The EPARC team

EPARC consists of a team of interdisciplinary researchers with decades of experience in various domains, including preventive medicine, exercise science, and technology.  

Atkinson Hall

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The Exercise and Physical Activity Resource Center  (EPARC) at UCSD is a joint venture between the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, the Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems (CWPHS), and the California Institute of Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2).  EPARC maintains a fully equipped laboratory to support the research community, train medical students and residents, and conduct comprehensive health-related fitness and performance assessments for the general public. EPARC also serves as an independent testing laboratory for the commercial health and fitness sector. We provide opportunities to assess and validate new technologies under nondisclosure agreements, and we also offer a laboratory-loan program for R&D departments.



Did You Know...

... that EPARC offers a range of services from consultation on study design and data processing to full-service data collection?

Did You Know...

... that if you are a UCSD researcher, you have lower rates because you are not required to pay indirect fees?

Did You Know...

... that as a client of EPARC, you can access your invoice history by logging in on the Contact Us page?

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