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Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Kinesiology
Ongoing Projects: We study MUSCLE!!!  Projects in my lab examine the optimal functioning and growth of skeletal muscle.  Below are some topics we are currently...
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Physical Therapy
Ongoing Projects: My overall research goal examines technology-based exercise strategies to improve physiological and physical function outcomes in adults with chronic...
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Kinesiology
Ongoing Projects: Exercise produces robust effects on health and aging, including improved metabolic function, the prevention, and mitigation of degenerative disease,...
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Psychology
Ongoing Projects: Students in my laboratory can expect to work on projects that investigate humans' cognitive and physiological functioning when under stressful...
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Psychology
Ongoing Projects: My current research involves examining various aspects of attention toward threat in relation to indicators of autonomic activity both at rest and in...
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Biological Sciences
Ongoing Projects: Student researchers in my lab have the option to study one of two completely independent projects: one of biomedical relevance that utilizes...
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Biological Sciences
Ongoing Projects: 1. Working with wheel running mice as they age. 2. Working on bird flight muscle and migratory training.  
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Kinesiology
Ongoing Projects: 1. Effect of low-carbohydrate and high-fat diets on exercise performance, hormonal regulation and metabolism