Student Honors Research Published in Metabolism Journal
Health and Exercise Physiology Student Research, completed in the Heart and Muscle Metabolism Laboratory, was published in the MDPI Special Issue of Metabolites.
A Health and Exercise Physiology Student Research study was recently published in the MDPI Special Issue of Metabolites, https://www.mdpi.com/2218-1989/12/10/948. The research on metabolism, titled “The Effects of Exercise Training on Glucose Homeostasis and Muscle Metabolism in Type 1 Diabetic Female Mice” was completed in the Health and Muscle Metabolism Lab (HaMM), as an Student Honors Research Project under the mentorship of Dr. Stephen Kolwicz. The metabolic study was led by Caitlin O’Neill ’18 with assistance from fellow alum Darren Sipf ’20 and Brooke Segich ’21, and current UC students, Erika Locke, Jack Thompson, Erin Drebushenko and Nathan Berger.
Study Project lead Caitlin O’Neill ’21 is currently attending Northwestern University to obtain her Doctorate in Physical Therapy, https://www.ursinus.edu/live/profiles/6109-caitlin-oneill-21.
Congratulations to all on achieving publication in such a significant journal!