Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Recent Publications

Kyle Beyer, assistant professor in Exercise Science, recently published an article, “Maturity-Related Differences inSystemic Pulmonary and Localized Fatigue Threshold Among Your Male Athletes” in Pediatric Exercise Science.  This work included collaborators from the University of Central Florida and the University of Kentucky.

John Pohill, professor of MADS, recently published an article entitled, “A new family of partial difference sets in 3-groups” in Designs, Codes and Cryptography.

Brett McLaurin, professor in EGGS, recently published a paper, Nevada desert dust with heavymetals suppresses IgM antibody production” in Toxicology Reports.  This work included collaborators from Montana State, University of Nevada Las Vegas, KU Leuven, Brooks Applied Labs and East Carolina University.

Candice Klingerman, assistant professor in BAHS, Jennifer Venditti, associate professor in BAHS, William Schwindinger, assistant professor in BAHS, Shanda Burroughs, BAHS graduate student, and Taylor Trautwein and Arjun Dalsania BAHS graduates recently had a paper, Prokineticin-2and ghrelin robustly influence the sexual and ingestive behaviors of female Syrian hamsters accepted for publication in the journal Hormones and Behavior.

Joe Andreacci, professor in Exercise Science, Jennifer Venditti, associate professor in BAHS, and Emily Cumberledge and Cassandra Myers, Exercise Science masters graduates recently published an article entitled,  The Effect of the Menstrual Cycle onBody Composition Determined by Contact-Electrode Bioelectrical ImpedanceAnalyzers” in International Journal of Exercise Science. This work included a collaborator from Lock Haven University.

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