Faculty Research Interests

Our faculty's diverse research interests range from nutrition and oxidation stress to hormonal regulation of metabolism to the risk factors that precipitate degenerative joint disease.

Research Interests
Respiratory muscle mechanics, obstructive sleep apnea, obesity, central control of ventilation and exercise

Research Interests
Exercise training and risk factor modification

Research Interests
Exercise nutrition, Vitamin D and physical activity, nutrition and sports performance

Research Interests
Work physiology, environmental physiology, recovery, thermal stress, burns, ergonomics of protective clothing, undersea medicine, hyberaric medicine

Research Interests

Reflex control of hemodynamics and metabolism, environmental physiology, and exercise physiology

Research Interests

Neural controls of energy balance, food reward and motivated behavior

Research Interests
Transport of nutrients across cellular membranes; hormonal regulation of metabolism; nutrition and cancer; phytochemicals

Research Interests
Functional foods and nutraceuticals for modulation of lipid and lipoprotein metabolism

Research Interests
Environmental physiology, temperature regulation, exercise physiology, cardiovascular physiology

Research Interests
Factors that influence ingestive behavior and the development of obesity in humans, caffeine use among adolescents, and exercise and nutrition interactions

Research Interests
Neuromusculoskeletal control of human movement

Research Interests
Responses to nutrients and drugs in inflammation and sepsis