Professor Karyn Hamilton and Associate Professor Ben Miller are working with biotechnology companies to investigate botanical combinations that help protect cells against stresses associated with aging.
For many, spring can be a transition time for exercise. In winter, we can be forced indoors for workouts, but with spring upon us, we can start to make our way back out doors and provide a little variety to our routines.
The Sports Medicine concentration is a pre-professional program that provides a strong foundation for various professional health-related graduate programs (e.g. physical therapy, exercise physiology).
The Doctor of Philosophy degree in Human Bioenergetics prepares students for academic and research careers. This program trains professionals in basic and applied research addressing important aspects of human health and disease, human performance, and human aging.