Seminar Schedule 2013/14

The Faculty of Applied Health Sciences

Seminar Schedule 2013/14

Graduate Seminar Series 2014/15
Time: Tuesday 1pm-2pm
Location: Academic South, Room 216

Jan. 6
Kirsten Bott
MSc student
The interaction between PLIN3 and PLIN5 in skeletal muscle under basal and lipolytic conditions
Jan. 13
Dr. Elia Chatzigianni
Dept. of Sport Management
University of Peloponnese, Greece
The interplay between the organization of Olympic Games and internal politics: A comparison between Montreal (1976) and Barcelona (1992)
Jan. 20
Hisham Sharif
PhD candidate
Cardiovascular Autonomic Dysfunctions after Spinal Cord Injury
Jan. 27
Rozalia Kouvelioti
PhD student
Evaluation of Research in Exercise and Nutrition
Feb. 3
Dr. Bareket Falk

Dept. of Kinesiology

Hormonal responses to resistance training in children
Feb. 10
Dr. James Mandigo
Dept. of Kinesiology
Sport for Development – Any evidence? 
Feb 17
Feb. 24
Dr. Mary Breunig
Dept. of Recreation & Leisure Studies
Environmental education research
Mar. 3
Greig Inglis
PhD candidate
Sex-related differences in the rate of torque development in upper and lower body muscles
Mar. 10
Dr. Trent Newmeyer
Dept. of Recreation & Leisure Studies
The unknown obstacles that research with human subjects (or particular populations) presents
Mar. 17
 Aly Bailey
PhD student
Managing the Stigma: A Pilot Study Exploring Body Image Experiences and Self-Presentation in People with Spinal Cord Injury
Mar. 24
David Allison
PhD candidate
The Common Inflammatory Etiology of Depression and Cognitive Impairment: A therapeutic Target
Mar. 31
Lauren Torok
PhD student
Apr. 7
Dr. Cathy Notarius
University Health Network, Toronto
Implications of sympathoexcitation for acute and chronic exercise response in humans with and without heart failure
Apr. 14
Dr. Paula Gardner
Dept. of Health Sciences
Moving ON!  Using qualitative and participatory science to identify simple solutions to the complex problem of keeping people with mobility impairments moving
Apr. 21
Nikos Apostolopoulos, 

PhD Candidate
University of Wolverhampton, UK 

Stretching and Inflammation
Apr. 28
Heather Isnor

PhD student 

Parental “Rink Rage” in Minor Hockey: Does the Type of Competition Matter?