Exercise science students present at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research

Exercise science students present at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research

Exercise Science Students Parker Marson, Noah Levine, and Ericson Hirose presented two posters on original research they conducted with faculty advisors Dr. Jeffrey Armstrong and Dr. Emily Vala-Haynes at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research.

“It’s a good experience for the students,” says Dr. Armstrong, who attended the conference in Oklahoma with the students. “We always try to have a few students go.” In fact, the two posters from this year mark the eleventh and twelfth to be accepted to NCUR by WOU’s Exercise Science students over the past eight years.

You can view the students’ poster abstracts below.

Lactate clearance in division II cross country runners Parker Marson and Noah Levine (W. Jeffrey Armstrong, Emily Vala-Haynes)

Spatial analysis of the mechanomyograph in the medial gastrocnemius during incremental electrical stimulation Ericson Hirose and Noah Levine (W. Jeffrey Armstrong, Emily Vala-Haynes)

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