SDSU Athletic Training Program’s Dr. Eric Post was interviewed by NBC 7 in regard to the lack of qualified Athletic Trainers in California and leaving High School students at higher risk. Dr. Post stated that not all High Schools have a certified Athletic Trainer. In California, 800,000 student-athletes are at higher risk of injury which […]
SDSU Adapted Athletics is making history by becoming nationally recognized as one of the handful universities in the nation that provides an adapted athletics program that gives an opportunity to students who want to pursue a degree while achieving athletic goals. Click here for the article on SDSU Adapted Athletics.
Dr. Dan Cannon, Associate Professor of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences, recently received funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Dr. Cannon and his five collaborators (Drs. Michael Tift—University of North Carolina, Wilmington, Jane Khudyakov—National Marine Mammal Foundation, Jay Storz—University of Nebraska, Ellen Breen—University of California, San Diego, and Daniel Crocker—California State University Sonoma) are investigating […]
Dr. Surabhi Bhutani, Assistant Professor of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences, recently published a paper with colleagues from Northwestern University and University of Pennsylvania titled ‘Olfactory connectivity mediates sleep-dependent food choices in humans.’ In this paper, Dr. Bhutani and colleagues explored how sleep deprivation causes craving for and consumption of higher calorie foods and whether particular […]
Dr. Surabhi Bhutani was interviewed on BBC Radio – The Naked Scientist podcast about her recent publication in eLife. It turns out that an extra hour, or two, can reduce the risk of becoming obese. The lack of sleep turns on a stimulus that makes us over-eat and crave those fatty and sweet snacks. Click […]