Exercise can boost your immune system - here’s how much you need, according to research
Dec 6, 2020

You know exercise is good for your health, but you might be wondering—can exercise can help ward off respiratory illnesses?

Human Performance Laboratory, Research
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October 2020: Mr. Andrew Hoyle
Oct 1, 2020

Andrew Hoyle completed his Bachelor of Science in both Health Science and Exercise and Sport Studies with a concentration in Exercise Science... Student Spotlight

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October 2020: Dr. Xintang Wang
Oct 1, 2020

Dr. Xintang Wang served as a visiting research scholar at the Human Performance Lab at the NCRC (2019 – 20). Dr.

Faculty Spotlight

Is It Safe to Run in Groups Again?
Jul 2, 2020

As all states have moved into various phases of re-opening, you might be wondering what this means for ... Human Performance Laboratory, Research

The Body In Motion
Jun 28, 2020

If you’ve made a New Year’s resolution this year, you are not alone. The magazine Psychology Today reports almost half of the U.S.

Human Performance Laboratory, Research

The Angiotensin Type 1 Receptor Antagonist Losartan Prevents Ovariectomy-Induced Cognitive Dysfunction and Anxiety-Like Behavior in Long Evans Rats
Oct 21, 2019

Women who have bilateral oophorectomies prior to the age of natural menopause are at increased risk of developing mild cognitive decline,... Cardio-Renal Physiology Laboratory

Renal T cell infiltration occurs despite attenuation of development of hypertension with hydralazine in Envigo's female Dahl rat maintained on a low-Na + diet
Jun 26, 2019

Many studies have suggested that renal T cell infiltration contributes to the pathogenesis of salt-sensitive hypertension.

Cardio-Renal Physiology Laboratory, Research

Adaptive remodeling of renal Na+ and K+ transport during pregnancy
Sep 27, 2018

Purpose of review: Renal ion transport undergoes dramatic changes during the course of gestation.

Cardio-Renal Physiology Laboratory, Research