Our research faculty have highlighted their areas of interest to help you decide which graduate program best fits you and who you would like to work with.
Areas of Interest
Cardiovascular physiology, neurophysiology and exercise science.; Neural mechanisms of cardiovascular diseases and metabolic disorders.; Neural mechanisms of exercise training in regulating autonomic and cardiovascular function.
Autonomic Cardiovascular Control in Humans; Orthostatic and Simulated Orthostatic Stress; Traumatic Injury and Device Development
Mobility and postural control in aging and special populations; Ergonomics and design of built environments for special populations
Adaptations to exercise training; Functional losses following injury; Skeletal muscle function; Cycling biomechanics; Physiology education
Nitric oxide releasing polymers; Implantable sensors; Biological response to polymeric materials; Wound healing; Antimicrobial and viral inactivation
Rural health; Maternal and child health; Breastfeeding; Care-seeking behaviors; Hand hygiene; Social determinants of health
Central Mechanism of Salt Sensitive Hypertension; Brain Prorenin Receptor and Hypertension; Brain Orexin System and Hypertension; Stress and Neuroinflammation and Hypertension; Neuronal Mechanism of Metabolic Syndrome
Doctorate of Chiropractic, Palmer College of Chiropractic, 2001; Undergraduate Pre-Medical Studies at University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth and University of East Anglia, Norwich, England, 1998
Cognitive Aging; Cognitive Neuroscience; Motor Learning; Sensorimotor Control; Memory; Cognitive Control