HHP doctoral student Hawley Kunz has been awarded the ACSM Foundation Doctoral Student Research Grant from the American College of Sports Medicine Foundation (ACSM). This nationally competitive award will provide funds for Hawley's research proposal titled "Enhancing adenovirus-specific immunity with exercise: role of adrenergic receptors"
Hawley's research aims investigate the ability of exercise to enhance adenovirus-specific immunity with exercise and the role of adrenergic receptors in this exercise-induced adaptation. Hawley was previously awarded the Doctoral Student Research Achievement Award for 2014-15 by the HHP department.
Ms. Hawley Kunz
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