The Marquette Athletic and Human Performance Research Center will begin its Spring Seminar Series on Thursday, Jan. 26, with Dr. Linda Piacentine, associate professor in the College of Nursing and AHPRC research fellow. It will then welcome three leading experts in health and human performance throughout the remainder of the semester to present their research and network with students, faculty and staff.
- “Teaming Up with Nurses in Science,” presented by Dr. Linda Piacentine | Thursday, Jan. 26, at noon
- “Is Potassium the Answer to Our Sodium Problem?” presented by Dr. Shannon Lennon, professor in the College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware | Thursday, Feb. 16, at noon
- “ACL Injury and Reconstruction Induce Quadriceps Molecular Reprogramming and Neuromuscular Junction Instability,” presented by Dr. Christopher Fry, associate professor in the College of Health Sciences at the University of Kentucky | Thursday, March 30, at noon
- “Does Exercise Influence Cerebrovascular Function and Brain Aging?” presented by Dr. Jill Barnes, associate professor in the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin | Thursday, April 13, at noon
Each event takes place in AHPRC 216 (the film room) and is also available online via Microsoft Teams. To register, email Mike Haischer, graduate assistant in the Office of Research and Innovation, and specify whether you will attend in person or virtually.