Jeffrey R. Stout, Ph.D., is a professor and is currently serving as interim dean for the College of Health Professions and Sciences at the University of Central Florida.
Before his current role, he served as the director of the School of Kinesiology and chair for the Department of Educational and Human Sciences. Interim Dean Stout earned his master’s and doctoral degrees in Exercise Physiology from the University of Nebraska and has more than 20 years of university teaching experience
Throughout his career, Interim Dean Stout has co-authored more than 280 peer-reviewed publications, 300 national and international presentations, eight books and 12 book chapters focusing on nutrition, exercise performance and body composition in youth and older populations.
Interim Dean Stout is a Fellow with the American College of Sports Medicine, the International Society of Sports Nutrition and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He also has received multiple national recognition awards including the “Educator of the Year,” “Nutrition Research Achievement, and “Outstanding Sports Scientist” from the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Interim Dean Stout holds a first-degree black belt in judo, and has served as a national level judo coach for Team USA. In 2016, he received the Doc Counsilman Science Award from the United States Olympic Committee for his work with Team USA Judo.
- Validity and Reliability of Body Composition Assessment methodologies
- Exercise training and nutritional interventions in varying populations
- Fatigue thresholds and metabolic responses to exercise