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EPS user

John Doe

Title

John Doe joined the School of Education and Human Development in 2004. His research examines the influence of spinal cord injury on metabolism to develop effective exercise and nutritional interventions for this population. Additionally, he examines intervention strategies aimed at improving our ability to function in the challenging environment of high altitude.

Research Topics
  • Depression
  • Metabolism
  • Well-Being
  • Simulated High Altitude
  • Ischemic Preconditioning
KIN user

Kevin Jacobs

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Kevin Jacobs joined the School of Education and Human Development in 2004. His research examines the influence of spinal cord injury on metabolism to develop effective exercise and nutritional interventions for this population. Additionally, he examines intervention strategies aimed at improving our ability to function in the challenging environment of high altitude.

Research Topics
  • Depression
  • Metabolism
  • Well-Being
  • Simulated High Altitude
  • Ischemic Preconditioning
KIN user

John Doe

Title

John Doe joined the School of Education and Human Development in 2004. His research examines the influence of spinal cord injury on metabolism to develop effective exercise and nutritional interventions for this population. Additionally, he examines intervention strategies aimed at improving our ability to function in the challenging environment of high altitude.

Research Topics
  • Depression
  • Metabolism
  • Well-Being
  • Simulated High Altitude
  • Ischemic Preconditioning
TAL user

John Doe

Title

John Doe joined the School of Education and Human Development in 2004. His research examines the influence of spinal cord injury on metabolism to develop effective exercise and nutritional interventions for this population. Additionally, he examines intervention strategies aimed at improving our ability to function in the challenging environment of high altitude.

Research Topics
  • Depression
  • Metabolism
  • Well-Being
  • Simulated High Altitude
  • Ischemic Preconditioning

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