Integrative Physiology

Integrative Physiology spans levels of biological organization from cellular mechanisms to motor behavior and human performance, and this research encompasses many of the body’s organ systems. Specific emphases include the control of motor activity by the central nervous and musculoskeletal systems, the cellular mechanisms of plasticity in muscular performance, fluid balance and exercise performance in thermally-challenged environments, and approaches to rehabilitation that include prosthetic and orthotic devices as part of the treatment plan. This research is propelled by an enthusiastic faculty and by the natural synergies that arise from our common interests in motor systems, prosthetics and orthotics, and other areas of systems physiology.

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Senior Lecturer
Professor, School of Biological Sciences and Department of Biomedical Engineering
Professor Emeritus
Assistant Professor
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Professor and Associate Dean
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Professor and Smithgall Institute Chair of Molecular Cell Biology
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Professor of Practice
Associate Professor
Professor and Elizabeth Smithgall Watts Chair in Animal Behavior and Conservation
Academic Professional
Professor Emeritus
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor (starting August 2017)
Associate Professor in the The George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
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Associate Professor