- 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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The Department of Human Studies recently engaged in a deliberate examination of our opportunities to enhance and improve Department programs, research, and pedagogy that resulted in a Strategic Plan. We are enthusiastically moving forward to define and identify initiatives, funding, and efforts to create a more dynamic and innovative Department that offers students and faculty greater opportunities for learning and research.