Center for Exercise Science Seminars

The CES is proud to present this ongoing speaker series where we bring in leading researchers representing the cardiovascular, muscle, nerve, brain and behavioral science fields. Presentations are approximately 45 minutes long and are followed by a 15-minute Q&A session. Seminars are open to the public.


Presentations are from 4:00-5:00p.m. in FLG Room 235. Please refer to schedule below for dates.

Fall 2017


September

28 Steve Coombes, Ph.D., University of Florida

Title: The Motor System in Acute and Chronic Pain
Host: Vaillancourt

October

5 Jason Kutch, P.hD., University of Southern California

Title: Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy
Host: Coombes

19 Roee Holtzer, Ph.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Title: Brain in Motion: Influences of Disease and Individual Differences on Higher Order Control of Locomotion in Humans
Host: Hass

26 Brian Harfe, Ph.D., University of Florida, Molecular Genetics and Microbiology

Title: The Advantage of Teaching Science Online
Host: Beatty

November

2 David Fuller, Ph.D., University of Florida, Physical Therapy

Title: Neuromuscular Plasticity and the Respiratory System
Host: Ferreira

16 Alex Murashov, Eastern Carolina University

Title: Mechanisms Underlying Developmental Epigenetic Programming of a “Thrifty Phenotype”
Host: Clanton

December

7 Roger Enoka, Ph.D. University of Colorado, Integrative Physiology
5th Annual Motor Neuroscience & Biomechanics Summit

Title: TBA
Host: E. Christou


SPRING 2018


January

18  Scott Lephart, Ph.D.,  University of Kentucky

Title: A Decade of Injury Mitigation Research with US Special Forces
Host: Borsa

25  Jeffrey Karpicke, Ph.D., Purdue University

Title: Retrieval-Based Learning: Active Retrieval Promotes Meaningful Learning
Host: Beatty

February

Douglas Seals, Ph.D., University of Colorado

Title: How Aerobic Exercise Protects Your Arteries from Aging
Host: D. Christou

March

April