Integrative Physiology Laboratory

The Integrative Physiology Laboratory (IPL) concentrates on health-related research across several disciplines using translational approaches that are both cellular and whole-body in scope. The current faculty’s research integrates aspects of cardiovascular function, metabolism, inflammation, hydration and nutrition status, and exercise/physical activity. We evaluate healthy individuals, as well as at-risk populations or those who suffer from chronic diseases, including hypertension, type 2 diabetes, kidney disease, and obesity. The IPL utilizes state-of-the-art applied and basic techniques to accomplish its research goals.

Announcements

Danny White Featured on FOX 32 News

KN postdoctoral research associate Danny White was featured on FOX 32 News on Dec. 25 for his research into whether biomarkers exist for post-traumatic stress disorder. The extended segment, aired on Christmas day, befitted the very personal story of Danny’s own...

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Dr. Barry Franklin to Speak on Exercise as Medicine

Join Dr. Barry Franklin to review data about how decreasing physical activity is a significant contributor to the obesity epidemic, and about the relationship between fitness, mortality, healthcare costs and surgical outcomes. Dr. Franklin will also discuss the...

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Haus awarded two new grants

Integrative Physiology Laboratory Principal Investigator and Assistant Professor of Kinesiology Jacob Haus has just received two new grants. American Diabetes Association Junior Faculty Award Role of Exercise on ADAM10 Activation and RAGE Ectodomain Shedding 1/14 -...

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