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Exercise Physiology, Exercise Science, and Fitness Leadership faculty, students, and alums participated in UAB Center for Exercise Medicine Inaugural Symposium

UAB Center for Exercise Medicine Inaugural Symposium took place on Wednesday, October 23. Over 125 people, 115 from UAB, attend the symposium because of their work related to exercise.
  • Fisher, G. (2013) Effects of 12-weeks of aerobic exercise training on skeletal muscle mitochondrial function and insulin sensitivity in premenopausal women: Preliminary findings from the INTENSITY study. UAB Center for Exercise Medicine Inaugural Symposium. Birmingham, AL (oral presentation)
  • Sweatt, S.K., Fisher G., Ovalle, F., Gower, B.A., and Hunter, G.R. (2013) Exercise intervention affects muscle but not liver insulin sensitivity. UAB Center for Exercise Medicine Inaugural Symposium. Birmingham, AL
  • Gaddy, E., Hunter, G.R., McCarthy, J.P., Bamman, M.M., Fisher, G., Newcomer, B.R. (2013) Muscle fiber type, Achilles tendon length, potentiation, and running economy. UAB Center for Exercise Medicine Inaugural Symposium. Birmingham, AL
  • Other HS student presenters were Holly Resuehr and William Neumeier.
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