The Department of Health and Exercise Science is currently working on an expansion and renovation of its Human Performance Clinical/Research Laboratory. The project will add 5,000 square feet of new research space dedicated to innovative research in the prevention of age-related disease and optimizing human functional performance. New research laboratories will be built for neuromechanics, clinical biomechanics, and physical activity as prevention and treatment for cancer as well as three new labs that will provide space for clinical research studies in collaboration with other departments at CSU. In addition, there will be expanded capacity for the Heart Disease Prevention Program, an outreach and research program focused on identifying and preventing heart disease in firefighters. The HPCRL was originally built in 2000 and expanded in 2010 under the direction of former department head, the late Dr. Richard Gay Israel. Gifts to the Human Performance Clinical/Research Laboratory may be designated to help name all or part of the expanded space in memory of Dr. Israel. To learn about specific facility naming opportunities, please contact Dr. Barry Braun at (970) 491-7875 or firstname.lastname@example.org.