Oral presentations, performances, and demonstrations

  • Session I: 9 a.m. - 10:20 a.m.

      Molnar Lab (at PAC)

      Estimation of Running Velocity Based on Treadmill Speed and Evaluation
      Moderator: Ray Moss

      Heath Burton and Kacie Schoen

  • Session II: 10:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.

      Molnar Human Performance Lab (at PAC)

      Research in ACL Rehabilitation
      Moderator: Randy Hutchinson

      Morgan Kuhar and Alexandra Sappington
      Real-time 3D Motion Visualization and Analysis of Cycling
      Annelise Weir and Livi Tant
      Measuring and Analyzing Muscle Activity using Electromyography (EMG)
  • Session III: 1 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.

      PAC 104

      Fit Rx/FUEL DEXA Demonstration of Body Composition and Metabolic Rate Analysis
      Moderator: Kelly Frazier

      Ellen Barr, Alex Cross, Dana Duffett, Shelby Rimmier, Molly Makela, Danielle Burt
  • Session IV: 2:30 p.m. - 3:50 p.m.

      Molnar Lab (at PAC)

      Physiological Applications of Electrocardiography
      Moderator: Tim Patrick

      Thomas Lindsey


      PAC 116

      Research and Internships in Health Sciences
      Moderator: Bill Pierce

      Nathan Klabunde, Annelise Weir, Caitlin Shelton, Suzanne Howell, Emma Williams
      Strategies for Preventing and Reducing Chronic Disease in the Furman Community
      Grant Cox
      Internship: Medi-Weightloss Clinic
      Christianna Novakovic
      Hospital Administration Internship
      Caitlin Shelton
      Internship: Christ Church Episcopal

Posters and exhibits

  • Session I: 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.
      (HSC-1) Catherine Wingard
      Internship: Greenville Free Medical Clinic
      (HSC-2) Shelby Rimmier and Lindley Hill
      Impact of Daily Physical Education on BMI of Elementary Aged African American Youth: Longitudinal Analysis
      (HSC-3) Casey Evans
      Community-based participatory research: Application to Houses of Worship
      (HSC-4) Danielle Burt
      Consumer Acceptance of Healthy concession Options at Greenville County, South Carolina Waterparks
      (HSC-5) Seth Greenstein and Maggie Grisell
      Opportunities for Advancing Anterior Cruciate Ligament Rehabiliation with Single Legged Cycling and Standard Perturbations
  • Session II: 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
      (HSC-6) Erika Shaver
      Internship: Clemson Wellness
      (HSC-7) Lexie Lipham
      Determination of Food Desert Prevalence in Greenville County, South Carolina
      (HSC-8) Thomas Lindsey
      Furman Advantage Teaching Fellowship: Anatomy and Physiology I
      (HSC-9) Kacie Schoen and Heath Burton
      Validity of Maximal Oxygen of Two Automated Systems Using the Douglas Bag Technique
  • Session III: 12:30 p.m. - 2 p.m.
      (HSC-10) Katie Kirkman
      Internship: Millstone Farm
      (HSC-11) Shelby Rimmler and Lindley Hill
      A Logintudinal Analysis Examining Daily Physical Education and Cognition among African American Youth: Is There a Link?
  • Session IV: 2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
      (HSC-12) Lindley Hill and Shelby Rimmler
      The Results of Daily Physical Education on the BMI of African American Middle School Aged Youth: A Longitudinal Analysis
      (HSC-13) Sarah Eidt
      LiveWell Greenville "At the Doctor"
















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