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Chair & DEO, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation SciencesProfessor of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science
Primary Office: 1-254 MEBIowa City, IA 52242
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb: Human Movement Control/Performance Laboratory
BS, Biology, Catawba CollegeCertificate, Physical Therapy, Mayo Clinic of Health Related SciencesMA, Exercise Physiology, University of IowaPhD, Exercise Physiology, University of Iowa
Biosciences Graduate Program
Central Research Theme: Prescribed Activity (Exercise) is medicine.
1) Neuro-musculoskeletal adaptation to various “activity based” interventions in humans with spinal cord injury: muscle molecular and physiological adaptations, segmental and central reflex adaptations, and trabecular bone image adaptations.
2) Neuromuscular control of movement in humans after acute and chronic perturbations from reduced activity (Age, ACL injury, muscle fatigue, CNS injury).
3) Acute responses to passive heat stress on extra-cellular proteins (HSP70, hormones), motor cortical excitability, and motor learning.
Funding: NIH, Private Foundations, Industry.
Fatigue modulates synchronous but not asynchronous soleus activation during stimulation of paralyzed muscle..
2013 September 1. 124(9):1853-60.
Heat stress and cardiovascular, hormonal, and heat shock proteins in humans..
J Athletic Train.
2012 March. 47(2):184-90.
Limb segment load inhibits post activation depression of soleus H-reflex in humans..
2012 March. 124(5):982-90.
Dynamic position sense impairment is independent of perceived knee function in woman with ACL reconstruction.
J Sport Rehabil.
2012 February. 21(1):44-53.
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