Faculty Research

Division of Kinesiology

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Jeffrey Biddle, EdD

Associate Instructor
Phone: 407-823-5867
  • Coaching Education

Jeff Duke, EdD

Associate Lecturer
Phone: 407-823-5867
  • Coaching Education
  • Sport Participation
  • Detriments of Sport Specific Training
  • Social Implications of Coaches

Thomas Fisher, Ph.D., CSCS, LMHC

Senior Lecturer
Phone: 407-823-1895
  • Anti-Aging Medicine
  • Mental health
  • Sport Psychology
  • Biomarkers of Aging
  • Psychophysiology
  • Performance Enhancement
  • Health education
  • Men's health

David Fukuda, Ph.D., CSCS*D, CISSN

Associate Professor, Division Chair
Phone: 407-823-0442
  • Performance-based testing methodologies
  • Exercise training and nutritional interventions in varying populations
  • Fatigue thresholds and metabolic responses to exercise
  • Martial arts and combat sports

Ethan Hill, Ph.D., CSCS, ACSM-EP

Assistant Professor
Phone: 407-823-1161
  • Neuromuscular and endothelial function
  • Resistance training interventions
  • Muscle function and fatigue
  • Sex-specific responses to exercise
  • Eccentric contraction-based interventions

Alison Redd

Lecturer
  • Long term adolescent athlete development
  • Youth training programs and nutrition

Jeffrey Stout, Ph.D.

Pegasus Professor, School Director
Phone: 407-823-0211
  • Validity and Reliability of Body Composition Assessment methodologies
  • Exercise training and nutritional interventions in varying populations
  • Fatigue thresholds and metabolic responses to exercise

Anna S. Valdes, EdD, CSCS

Associate Lecturer
Phone: 407-823-1896
  • Exercise and Aging
  • Training the trainers in sport and exercise science
  • Exercise, physical activity and weight management throughout the lifespan

Adam J. Wells, Ph.D., CSCS*D, SCYM(ASCP)CM

Associate Professor
Phone: 407-823-3906
  • Supplements for performance and recovery
  • Inflammatory and immune responses to resistance exercise
  • Soccer performance

Current Grants

KinesiologyPhysical Therapy

RF: The effects of Peak ATP® (adenosine 5’- triphosphate disodium) supplementation vs. Placebo on measures of mood, reaction time and cognitive performance

  • PI: Adam J. Wells
  • Co-PI: Jeffrey Stout
  • Co-PI: David Fukuda
  • Amount: $64,082 | Timeframe: 08/01/2021 - 12/31/2022
    Funding Type: Extramural Research
    Funding Agency: TSI Group Ltd

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