Studies completed in the lab:
Collegiate Athlete Runner Study CARS: Caitlyn Tulloss Garner, Spring 2020
Body Composition Methods (Comparison of various BIA Body Composition Techniques with iDXA), Kaila Olson, Spring 2019
Prevalence of Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S) in Young Adult Female Distance Runners, Sakiko Minagawa, Spring 2019
Fertility and bone mass in prior female athletes with a history of amenorrhea, Megan Stanley, Spring 2019
Sport Participation History Among Young Females Diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Caroline Fruhling, Spring 2019
Dietary Supplements in Athletes, Megan Stiff, Spring 2018
Body Composition and Nutrition Trends in Club Triathlon Members, Elizabeth Appleton, Spring 2018
A Cross-Sectional Study of Body Image Attitudes in Male Collegiate Club Athletes, Stacey Potter, Spring 2018
Body Composition, Dietary Habits, and Rowing Performance of Male Collegiate Club Rowers, Seb Zorn, Spring 2017
An Observational Study of Contextual Body Image in NCAA Division 1 Female Athletes, Emily Danckers, Spring 2017
Types of Carbohydrate and Health Risk Factor Associations in Female Runners, Kali Gallaher, Spring 2017
PCOS Case study, Matt Celik
Macro App, Dylan Bair, Spring 2016
Cooking Video series, Stephanie Miezen, Spring 2016
The Relationship Between Eating Attitudes and Body Composition in Dietetic Students, Jackie Geitz, Spring 2016
Follow up to Recreational Female Runner Study: Further Analysis of Diet and Energy Availability, Hannah Oakley Spring 2015
Interrelationship of Diet, Visceral Adipose Tissue and Cortisol in Pre-menopausal Female Runners, Jordan Jennewine, Spring 2015
Comparison of Energy Availability and Body Image between Female and Male Runners Katie Smith, Spring 2014
Bone mineral density at the distal radius in female collegiate ice hockey athletes, Rebecca Allis, Honors Thesis, Spring 2014
Nutritional Performance Factors in Collegiate Female Swimmers, Alex Norris, Honors Thesis, Spring 2014
Body Image and Body Composition of Female Triathletes, Cassandra Sharp, Honors Thesis, May 2013
Male Endurance Athlete Tetrad, J Scott, Co-Advise with KWolf, Aug 2012.
Body Fatness, Body Image, and Resting Metabolic Rate in Lean and Non-Lean Collegiate
Female Athletes, Alexandra Schueler, June 2012.
Bone Density as a Source of Error Measuring Body Composition with the BodPod and iDXA in Female Runners, Raymond Lombardi, Jan 2012.
Urine Refractometry to Gauge Hydration Status in Recreational Female Runners, Chelsea Britton, June 2011.
Inter-device reliability of the BodPod for Clinical and Research Use, M Rita Gillan,2010.
Female Athlete Triad in Recreational Endurance Runners, Rachel Webb, 2009
Dietary Choice Associated with the Metabolic Syndrome in NCAA Football Linemen, Jessica Perry, June 2008.
Risk of Connective Tissue Injury in Dysmenorrheic vs. Eumenorrheic Collegiate Athletes: A Case-Control Study, Julie Javorek, June 2007.
Food Habits and Behaviors, Metabolic Rate and Body Composition in College Females Ages 18-26, Tonya Orchard, June 2006. (Appendices separate)
Peer-reviewed pubs from Lab:
National Athletic Trainers’ Association Position Statement: Evaluation of Dietary Supplements for Performance Nutrition. Journal of Athletic Training 2013;48(1):124-136. Jackie L Buell, Rob Franks, Jack Ransone, Michael E. Powers, Kathleen M. Laquale, Amanda Carlson-Phillips.
Presence of Metabolic Syndrome in Football Linemen. Journal of Athletic Training 2008;43(6):608–616. JL Buell, DCalland, FHanks, BJohnston, BPester, RSweeney, RThorne.