What happens when the human body gets too hot? And what can you do if someone gets too hot? Douglas Casa, professor of kinesiology and chief executive officer of UConn’s Korey Stringer Institute – a leading authority on research, advocacy, and education about exertional heat stroke – explains in this edition of UConn Science in Seconds.
The Korey Stringer Institute at UConn was established in honor of the Minnesota Vikings offensive lineman Korey Stringer, who passed away from exertional heat stroke in 2001.
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Douglas J. Casa, Ph.D. CEO-Korey Stringer Institute, Professor Department of Kinesiology
Focused on prevention of sudden death in sport, exertional heat stroke, wearable technologies, hydration, and performance in the heat