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 210. Please refer to schedule below for dates.
6 — Jeffrey Karpicke, PhD, Purdue University, Psychological Sciences
Title: Retrieval-Based Learning: Active Retrieval Promotes Meaningful Learning
20 — Evangelos Christou, PhD, University of Florida, Applied Physiology and Kinesiology
Title: Functional Significance of Motor Variability
27 — Russell Hepple, PhD, University of Florida, Department of Physical Therapy
Title: Mechanisms of Mitochondrial Involvement in Aging Skeletal Muscle
25 — Josh Yarrow, PhD, VA Medical Center
Title: Spinal Cord Injury Induced MusculoSkeletal Deficits: More than Disuse?
1 — Aparna Wagle Shukla, MD, University of Florida, Neurology
Title: Basic Mechanisms and Clinical Applications of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
8 — Kharma Foucher, MD, PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago
Title: Using Biomechanics to Understand and Improve Total Hip Replacement Outcomes
15 — Leah Robinson, PhD, University of Michigan, Kinesiology
Title: CHAMP - an Evidence-Based Intervention: A Path toward Positive Health Trajectories in Children
6 — Michael Reid, PhD, University of Florida, Health and Human Performance
Title: The Physiology of Auto Racing
Host: Scott Powers
13 — Scott Powers, PhD, University of Florida, Applied Physiology and Kinesiology
Title: Exercise: teaching myocytes new tricks