Abigail Larson

Associate Professor of Kinesiology · Southern Utah University

Specializing in bioenergetics and sports nutrition, advanced exercise prescription, and cardiovascular disease

Sport Rock Climbing Bioactivity Bioenergetics and Sports Nutrition Advanced Exercise Prescription Sports Conditioning

Linda Pescatello, Ph.D., FACSM, FAHA

Distinguished Professor of Kinesiology · University of Connecticut

Dr. Pescatello specializes in exercise prescription for health benefit

Complementary and Alternative Exercise Obesity Blood Pressure Exercise Prescription Physical Activity

Camille Thomas

College of Health Sciences Interim Dean / Associate Professor of Kinesiology & Outdoor Recreation · Southern Utah University

Camille Thomas serves as the Interim Dean of the College of Health Sciences and is a professor of Kinesiology.

Biomechanics of Exercise Methods of Sports Conditioning and Nutrition Psychological Aspects of Sports Performance & Conditioning Sport Specific Conditioning Coping Strategies

Dr James Brown

Associate Professor in Ageing and Metabolism, ARCHA Director, Associate Dean External Engagament · Aston University

Dr. James Brown is a lecturer in biology and biomedical science and a researcher into obesity, diabetes and healthy ageing.

Breast Cancer Exercise in PCOS Healthy Ageing Type 2 Diabetes in Young Adults Type 2 Diabetes in Older Adults

Jim Pivarnik

Professor of Kinesiology and Epidemiology · Michigan State University

Expert on physical fitness, special interest in fitness related to women and pregnancy.

Computer applications Exercise and sport physiology Physiological testing

Kathleen Martin Ginis

Professor, School of Health and Exercise Sciences · University of British Columbia

Mental health benefits of exercise | Body Image | Exercise behaviour change |Disability | Women | Knowledge Translation

Exercise Psychology Health Behaviour Change Exercise behaviour change Exercise and mental health Body Image

Mark DeBeliso

Professor of Kinesiology · Southern Utah University

Focuses on sports medicine and athletic performance and the physiological effects of exercise

Sport Science Research Common Injuries in Athletics Stress Reduction for University Students College Sports Medicine Human Performance

Professor Helen Dawes

Professor of Movement Science and Director for the Centre for Movement, Occupational and Rehabilitation Sciences · Oxford Brookes University

Her expertise is in human movement and optimising performance of the body - through understanding the mechanisms of movement.

Elite Athletes Mental Health Rehabilitation Human Movement Exercise

Hawley Almstedt

Professor of Health and Human Sciences · Loyola Marymount University

Seaver College of Science and Engineering

Nutrition Global Nutrition Nutrition & Wellness Nutrition Service Learning Exercise Physiology

Douglas J. Casa, Ph.D.

CEO-Korey Stringer Institute, Professor Department of Kinesiology · University of Connecticut

Focused on prevention of sudden death in sport, exertional heat stroke, wearable technologies, hydration, and performance in the heat

Athletic Training Thermoregulation Exercise & Heat Heat Stroke Preventing Sudden Death

George J. Davies

Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences · Georgia Southern University

George J. Davies is an expert in sports physical therapy, athletic training, orthopaedics, and rehabilitation.

Rehabilitation Sports Physical Therapy Athletic Training

Dr Hannah Moir

Associate Professor in Health and Exercise Prescription · Kingston University

She is interested in research around doping & anti-doping, including drug use for human enhancement & methods of doping.

Exercise Prescription Anti-Doping Ultramarathons Endurance Sports Doping in Sport

Professor Damian Bailey

Professor of Physiology · University of South Wales

He investigates how the human brain uses oxygen and the link between the brain and exercise.

Exercise Hypoxia Neuroscience Brain Damage Brain Injury

Dr Gary Brickley

Senior Lecturer in Sports · University of Brighton

He has explored fitness performance in sportsmen and sportswomen more generally - including the performance of para-athletes.

Paddle-boarding Physiology Cardiovascular Disease Exercise Sports

Jonathan McGavock

Associate Professor and CIHR Applied Health Chair · Diabetes Canada

Dr. McGavock’s research program is focused the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes in youth

Prevention & Management of Type 2 Diabetes Human Physiology Improving Metabolic Control Prevention of Obesity Diabetes in Aboriginal Populations

William D. Parham

Professor and Interim Director, Doctorate in Educational Leadership for Social Justice · Loyola Marymount University

Department of Specialized Programs in Professional Psychology

Sport Psychology Multicultural Counseling Foundations of Counseling Trauma Counseling: Theories and Interventions Interplay Between Sports Psychology

Nancy Rodriguez, Ph.D.

Professor of Nutritional Sciences · University of Connecticut

Nutrition expert, focusing on the relationship between exercise and protein intake

Protein intake in health obese and non-obese children Protein intake Energy balance and protein utilization in athletes

Professor Charlie Foster

Reader in Physical Activity and Public Health · University of Bristol

Improving public health through physical exercise, sports and outdoor activities

Mental Health Public Health Health Physical Activity Exercise

Dan Gould

Gwendolyn Norrell Professor, Department of Kinesiology · Michigan State University

Dan Gould's research interests include the stress-athletic performance relationship and the psychological foundations of coaching.

Youth Leadership Psychological Foundations of Coaching Sport Psychology Family, Community and Schools Kinesiology

Dr. Gunhild Waldemar

Professor of Clinical Neurology · Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen

Dr. Waldemar is a professor and chairman of the Danish Dementia Research Centre at the University of Copenhagen.

Alzheimer's Disease Dementia Neurology Medicine Medical Education