|Term start & deadline||Deadline|
The Exercise Physiology faculty members are broadly interested in the effects of exercise and physical activity on functional, health and performance outcomes in healthy, clinical, and athletic populations. Specific areas of interest include: muscle, cardiovascular and respiratory (patho)physiology; nutrition and exercise metabolism; musculoskeletal health; body composition; aging; prevention and management of chronic disease; and rehabilitative exercise training, including prehabilitation. Our research methods span from basic to clinical, including: clinical cardiopulmonary exercise testing with pulmonary gas exchange and metabolic analyses; respiratory and limb muscle force assessment; electromyography; dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry; magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy; ultrasound and near infrared spectroscopy; microneurography; stable isotope tracers; biochemical and molecular analyses of cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic, muscle and bone responses to exercise and training.
|Cost of living||1 person||$6,912|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$10,413|
2. Two Letters of Recommendation
4. Personal Statement
5. TOEFL or IELTS scores
An undergraduate degree in Physical Education, Exercise Science, Kinesiology, or its equivalent is a prerequisite. Students who seek admission to the Master's program without a degree in Physical Education, Exercise Science, or Kinesiology may be required to complete up to 30 credits of undergraduate work to qualify for admissions (to be determined by the candidate’s supervisor and/or Graduate Program Director). Applicants are advised to contact a potential supervisor in advance of the application deadline.
Related courses in univly