HHP Faculty Research Day 2011
HHP faculty presented their research at the HHP Faculty Research Day on March 29th 2011. There were 12 presentations by faculty members followed by a poster session.
Dr. Layne presenting on faculty research day.
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Below is a listing of faculty and their presentation topics in order of presentation.
|Dr. Paloski||Punctuated Equilibrium of Quiet Stance|
|Dr. Thrasher||Function Electrical Stimulation for Exercise After Spinal Cord Injury|
|Dr. O’Connor||Scale Properties and Measurement Invarianceof the IPS Environmental Survey|
|Dr. Layne||Does Vibration Impact Adaptation to Split-belt Treadmill Locomotion?|
|Dr. McFarlin||The Role of Monocytes in ObesityAssociated Disease|
|Dr. Simpson||Exercise, Viral Infections and the AgingImmune System|
|Dr. Lowder||Enhanced Treg-mediated Suppression and Reduced Asthma Severity in the Offspring of Mice Exercised Prior to Pregnancy|
|Dr. Clarke||Sweat: a Potential Means of Monitoring Bone Loss|
|Dr. Ledoux||Relationship Between Brain Responses toPalatable Food and Food Addiction Tendencies Among Adolescents|
|Dr. Pearson||Cowboys of Color: The Perceived Socio-culturalSignificance of U2 Rodeo|
|Dr. Liu||Effect of Walking Surface Perturbation on Local Dynamic Stability|
|Dr. Lee||Reversing the Obesogenic Environment|