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Summer News Blast

There is never a dull moment in Human Physiology. Summertime is no exception!

Check out these hardworking students and their outstanding accomplishments this Summer…


Cameron Colbert: VPRI Undergraduate Fellowship recipient for work on project: Hemodynamics of Post-Exercise and Post-Passive Heat Stress Recovery

Elise Kronquist: VPRI Undergraduate Fellowship recipient for work on project: Examining the Impact of Pyridoxamine on Oxidative Stress in the Middle Cerebral Artery in a Mouse Model

Chaucie Edwards: O-Day Undergraduate Fellowship recipient for work on project: Effect of Histamine on Post-Exercise Capillary Permeability

Matthew Ely: O-Day Graduate Fellowship recipient for work on project: Effect of Histamine on Post-Exercise Capillary Permeability

Kieley Trempy: O-Day Undergraduate Fellowship recipient for work on project: The Role of Handedness in Visuoproprioceptive Tasks

Kate Spitzley: O-Day Graduate Fellowship recipient for work on project: The Role of Handedness in Visuoproprioceptive Tasks

Anna TassiaGilman Scholarship recipient for study abroad travel to Italy in Fall term

Katie Rainsberger: All-Academic Honors from the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA)

Evan Day: Best Podium Presentation at the Northwest Biomechanics Symposium for Modulation of Non-Linear Stiffness in the Foot-Shoe Complex Across Running Speeds

Seth Donahue: Finalist in the Doctoral Student Competition at the American Society of Biomechanics Conference for Estimating Gait Events and Locomotion State with a Beta-Process Vector Auto Regressive Hidden Markov Model


CONGRATS to all these students, keep up the great work!