Teleconference Member Presentations

KU Medical Center - John Thyfault, PhD (October 2017)
Ball State University - Scott Trappe, PhD (December 2016)
Colorado State University - Benjamin Miller, PhD and Karyn Hamilton, PhD, RD (October 2016)

LA BioMed at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center - Harry B Rossiter, PhD (July 2016)

Duke University - William E. Kraus, MD (June 2016)
University of Alabama at Birmingham - Marcas Bamman, PhD (May 2016)
University of Florida - Tom Buford, PhD (April 2016)
Texas A&M University - Tim Lightfoot, PhD (February 2016)

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Click here for Videocast of NIH Workshop October 30, 2014

Researchers discuss exercise clinical trials at NExTNet meeting

On Feb. 4 and 5, 2014, Marcas Bamman, Ph.D., director of the UAB Center for Exercise Medicine hosted the first face-to-face meeting of the National Exercise Clinical Trials Network (NExTNet). The meeting attracted exercise medicine researchers from around the country to discuss “knowledge gaps” in how exercise affects human biology, and in turn, health and medical treatment. NExTNet represents 59 institutions from coast to coast, members of a growing network aimed at standardizing procedures for multi-site clinical trials. An expanding NExTNet database for the group’s members serves as an inventory of equipment for testing, services, and expertise.

Power Point Presentations of Meeting

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NExTNet Pics from Marlis17
Front left to right: William Kraus, Jane Senior, Charlotte Peterson, Christian Roberts, Frank Booth,
Amanda Boyce, Marcas Bamman, Marlis Richardson; Catrine Tudor-Locke, Michael Brown, Shlomit Aizik 
Back left to right: Thomas Buford, Lynette Craft, Joseph Houmard, John Jakicic, Tim Lightfoot
Wendy Kohrt, Scott Trappe (not shown)