Human Performance Lab

Todd Trappe

Professor of Exercise Science

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HP 224   Phone: 765-285-4456  

Human Performance Laboratory
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306

Education
BS  University of Iowa 1991 Exercise Physiology 
MS  University of Colorado 1993 Exercise Physiology
PhD  Ball State University 1996 Human Bioenergetics 
Post-Doc Pennsylvania State University 1997 Aging Metabolism and Physiology      

Research Interests
To better understand the adaptive responses of the human body to acute and chronic changes in physical activity in young and aging women and men.  Specifically, with respect to the structure and metabolism of skeletal muscle and tendon in relation to overall function of humans: 1)  Aging- and spaceflight-induced changes in activity.  2)  Exercise countermeasures to the deleterious effects of aging- and spaceflight-induced changes in activity.  3)  The role of over-the-counter analgesic medications in the adaptations to the aging- and spaceflight-induced changes in activity and related exercise countermeasures.

Publications
Available through PubMed


 

Course Schedule
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    Doctor's Dissertatio
    No.
    799
    Section
    31
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    0000-0000
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  • Course
    Applied Physiology
    No.
    637
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    1
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    1300-1450
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    M W
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    HP 252
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    Independent Study
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    699
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    4
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Human Performance Laboratory
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306

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