The Kinesiology department hosts numerous labs. Each is unique in its research and methods.
The focus of this lab is on lower extremity neuromechanics and injury risk.
This lab focuses on the control and rehabilitation of balance.
The focus of this lab is on understanding function, metabolism, and intrinsic adaptations of the heart.
This lab focuses on pedagogical approaches to teaching life skills and leadership development through youth sports.
The focus of this lab is the impact of either acute exercise or chronic training, disease or injury on the endocrine system.
The focus of this lab is to better understand the relation of physical activity behavior to cognition and brain function in children and young adults.
The focus of this lab is the influence of exercise on regulation of antioxidant defense mechanisms, inflammatory processes, glucose sensitivity regulatory processes, and more.
The focus of this lab is the comprehensive measurement of all components of the energy balance (energy intake and energy expenditure) and sleep parameters.
This lab focuses on all aspects of human motor behavior, including balance and postural control.
This lab focuses on conducting research projects, offering graduate-level courses, and having research team meetings related to pedagogical kinesiology.
The focus of this lab is on improving our understanding of the effects of physical activity on cognitive performance.
This lab focuses on understanding and promoting lifetime physical activity, health, and well-being across the lifespan.
This lab’s research emphasizes quality of life within community-based programs that promote physical activity and healthy lifestyles for all.