Chou comes to Ames from University of Oregon in Eugene, where he headed the Department of Human physiology from 2014 to 2018 and led research in a biomechanics motion analysis laboratory.
Jessica Alley awarded funding for exercise immunology research
Jessica Alley, a Ph.D. candidate in kinesiology and immunobiology, received $5,202 through the American College of Sports Medicine Foundation's NASA Space Physiology Grant. The one-year grant will fund a project that examines mitochondrial characteristics of adaptive immune cells following aerobic exercise training to determine if metabolic adaptations that occur with exercise extend to the immune system, which could have implications for immune function and thus overall health.
Many former public.iastate.edu faculty websites can be built on College of Human Sciences research website
As the University sunsets the public.iastate.edu website service, the College of Human Sciences offers an alternative to sites.iastate.edu for their own faculty. Review some of the new sites or request yours now.
Gregory Welk receives funding for physical activity assessment research
Gregory Welk, Barbara E. Forker Professor of Kinesiology, received a contract for $12,600 from Action for Healthy Kids. The money will be used to pilot the deployment of an online physical activity assessment tool called the Youth Activity Profile as part of the national ActiveSchools initiative. The project will evaluate steps to facilitate effective use of this tool by PE teachers before its dissemination through the national network.
In a study conducted by DC Lee, associate professor of kinesiology, and Angelique...
Gregory Welk receives funding for physical education programming research
Gregory Welk, Barbara E. Forker Professor of Kinesiology, received $12,000 in funding from the Cooper Institute for the Iowa FitnessGram Initiative. The award provides support for the team to continue a line of outreach programming focused on helping schools in central Iowa enhance physical education programming. The project uses a participatory research model that evaluates programming under real world conditions.
Raise the visibility of your research by establishing a CHS individual faculty research webpage
As the College of Human Sciences aims to increase communication about scholarly research, faculty now have the opportunity to establish a website that focuses on their research work. Sites may focus on an individual researcher's work or a research team's work. Review some of the new sites or request yours now.