HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE
Exercise And Sport Science Laboratory
The IHP/ISSN Exercise and Sport Science Laboratory is a very dynamic environment analyzing the human potential in athletes and other exercisers alike. The laboratory houses many “elite” athlete studies including, but not limited to the NFL, NHL, UFC, and NCAA. This environment created is very educational and collaborative between faculty and students alike.
The Laboratory is a 2,400 sq. ft. state-of-the art, facility dedicated to enhancing the preparation and education of exercise and sports science students. The laboratory has two primary uses: (1) preparation for clinical assessments (2) faculty and students conducting applied sport science research or community service projects.
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Jose Antonio PhD is a sports scientist that earned his PhD and completed a postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He is widely published in sports nutrition as well as exercise physiology with over a hundred peer-reviewed papers as well as several books. As a member of the IHP Sports Science team, Dr. Antonio will help complement the pre-eminent strength and conditioning provided by the IHP Staff. Dr. Antonio is the CEO and co-founder of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (issn.net) and co-founder of the Society for NeuroSports (neurosports.net). In addition, he is a faculty member in the Exercise and Sport Science at NSU Florida (www.nova.edu).
Jaime Tartar PhD is a neuroscientist that completed her postdoctoral training at Harvard Medical School, where she studied the neurobiology of sleep and earned a certificate in Sleep Medicine from the Division of Sleep Medicine. She is also a Professor of Neuroscience in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at NSU's College of Psychology. Dr. Tartar is widely published in many areas of neuroscience with topics ranging from basic cell physiology to clinical neurological impairments. Her research interests are focused on the mechanisms and consequences of acute and chronic stress in humans and the impact of normal sleep and sleep deprivation on emotion processing and physiological functioning. Dr. Tartar is also actively involved in multiple studies in the field of Sports Neuroscience where she examines behavioral and biomarkers associated with human performance. She is the co-founder and President of the Society for NeuroSports .