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What's Happening in Health and Human Physiological Sciences

  1. Skidmore alumnus helps nutrition class eat healthy.
  2. Grant for obesity research.
  3. Protecting first responders.
  4. Professor Ives, Sam Bloom '17, and Alexs Matias '18 complete study in collaboration with Albany Medical College studying the energy demands of Spinal Orthopedic Surgery.
  5. Dr. Stephen Ives, Dr. Rohan Edmonds, and Julian Egan-Shuttler '16 perform physiological testing on pre-elite rowers from the Saratoga Rowing Association's Elite Development Team.
  6. Dr. Denise Smith receives Dr. John Granito Award for Excellence in Fire Leadership and Management Research.
  7. Denise L. Smith, professor of Health and Exercise Sciences has received the Dr. John Granito Award for Excellence in Fire Service Leadership and Management Research (the Dr. Granito Award).  Professor Smith will give the Keynote Address at the 2015 Fire Leadership and Management Symposium, scheduled July 8-10 in Tulsa, OK. Her talk will focus on "understanding and preventing sudden cardiac events in the fire service" based on the research conducted over the past 20 years.
  8. Alumni Tim Russell finishes The 2014 Ironman World Championship 9th in his age group!
  9. Andrea Paulson ('03) is picoted in this story - she is currently Director of Prodcut Engineering at Saucony.
  10. Molly Gile ’13 and Lauren Conway ’13 Publish Their Senior Thesis in the Journal of Osteoporosis & Physical Activity.
  11. Prestigious Alumni publication - Jonathan R. Brestoff Parker has just published an article in "Nature" International weekly journal of science: Group 2 innate lymphoid cells promote beiging of white adipose tissue and limit obesity. Click to see story.
  12. Skidmore College Awarded $1.4 Million for Research, conducted by Dr. Denise Smith, on Firefighter Deaths.
  13. Our Own World Class Scholar - Jeff Segrave and the Sochi Olympics.
  14. Patricia Fehling appointed Endowed Chair of The Class of 1948 for Excellence in Teaching
  15. Professor Reynolds interviewed by Times Union.
  16. Skidmore team earns patent for use of antioxidant compound.
  17. Student, athlete, award-winning scientist Tim Brodsky '14.
  18. Why firefighter deaths have hit historic lows.
  19. Sarah Trager Ridge '98 and Kanokwan (Mandy) Bunsawat '11 present research at 60th annual ACSM meeting in Indianapolis May 28 - June 1, 2013.
  20. Skidmore College Awarded $1.4 Million for Research, conducted by Dr. Denise Smith, on Firefighter Deaths.
  21. This is Public Health: Students from EX 131, Intro to Public Health, collaborate with their peers to demonstrate that public health matters.
  22. EX 355 Mini-Project Poster Presentations
  23. Skidmore team earns patent for use of antioxidant compound.
  24. Student, athlete, award-winning scientist Tim Brodsky '14
  25. Johane Simelane '13 SEE-Beyond Experience - HIV Awareness. Password: johane
  26. Why firefighter deaths have hit historic lows.
  27. Sarah Trager Ridge '98 and Kanokwan (Mandy) Bunsawat '11 present research at 60th annual ACSM meeting in Indianapolis May 28 - June 1, 2013.
  28. Recent Skidmore Graduates, Lisa-Marie Jasienowski '11 and Jackie Liebig '09, graduate from Columbia University.
  29. Timothy Brodsky '14 wins two David S. Bruce awards at the 2013 Experimental Biology meeting in Boston.
  30. Dr. Paul Arciero and his Principles of Nutrition class mark National Eating Healthy Day at local elementary schools:
  31. HES students receive Athletic awards
  32. Drs. Smith and Fehling awarded second grant from the Department of Homeland Security on Firefighter Safety.
  33. Food and Fitness Expert, Dr. Paul Arciero, featured in SCOPE: A bowl of ice cream can always be "burned off" by running on the treadmill, right?
  34. Article published in Sports Nutrition Insider by Dr. Mike Ormsbee and Lawrence Chong; The Truth about "NATURAL" ANDROGEN Supplements.
  35. Denise Smith delivers Edwin M Moseley Faculty Research Lecture on: Sudden Cardiac Death: Why are Firefighters at Risk?
  36. Moseley Lecture to focus on firefighters' cardiac risks presented by Denise L. Smith
  37. Skidmore College Receives $1M Grant to Study Firefighter Fitness
  38. Cantimer Wins Firefighter Dehydration Test Contract
  39. New Cantimer Hydration Monitor May Save Lives on Fire Line
  40. Motivating Seniors to Exercise Better is Target of Research
  41. National Institute of Health Study on the Regulation of Muscle Mass with Advancing Age
  42. Jonathan Brestoff wins Goldwater Scholarship
  43. Margaret Paulding Award Recipients
  44. Denise L. Smith named to The Class of 1961 Term Professorship
  45. Jeffrey O. Segrave Appointed to the David H. Porter Endowed Chair
  46. T.H. Reynolds and Denise Smith Participate in Mini-college Lecture Series
  47. Mid-Atlantic American College of Sports Medicine Conference
  48. Exercise Science Students Present Experimental Biology Research
  49. Andrew Miller Recipient of David S. Bruce Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research
  50. Exercise Science Student Jazzmina Moore Awarded Kathryn Wasserman Davis 100 Projects for Peace Program Funding
  51. Cantimer Wins $996,000 Firefighter Dehydration Test Contract 
  52. Skidmore Professors Collaborate to Advance Firefighter Safety 
  53. Students Christopher Darin and Caitlin Ketcham attended the National Meeting of the Obesity Society in Orlando FL October 1-5, 2011, presenting a poster titled: Visceral Adipose Stores Decline Significantly Following 4 Month Lifestyle Interventions in Overweight/Obese Adults.
  54. Another $1 million grant for firefighter health research
  55. Smith, Fehling to help set standards for firefighter safety
  56. Skidmore professor, T.H. Reynolds, receives $370K NIH grant for diabetes research
  57. Drs. Smith and Fehling publish report on research, Sudden Cardiac Events in the Fire Service: Understanding the Cause and Mitigating the Risk.
  58. Wes Lefferts '11 Wins MARC-ACSM Matthew Kerner Undergraduate Student Investigator Award at November 4-6, 2010 meeting
  59. Drs. Smith and Fehling awarded second grant from Department of Homeland Security on Firefighter Safety.


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