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Discover how our guiding principles match up with your own.
You’ll work with researchers throughout the school and the university—a multi-disciplinary approach to better understand the link between exercise, nutrition and disease prevention.
Oxygen toxicity stems from Navy divers' most precious asset - oxygen itself. Blair Johnson, PhD, conducts research that may protect Navy divers from this deadly threat.
As one of only a few departments in the country that combines exercise and nutrition sciences in a school of public health, we offer unique academic and research opportunities.
You'll be prepared to help improve the health of individuals, as well as public health, in careers in clinical research, fitness, athletic performance, rehabilitation or health promotion.
Our rigorous academic programs emphasize scientific inquiry and discovery at every level of your education.
The flexibility of our programs will help you create an individualized educational experience that reflects who you are, while allowing you to choose a rewarding career path in a range of fields.
Chair: Dave Hostler, PhD
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