Department of Movement Sciences and Health

Our department is home to academic programs that focus on movement sciences and health. We prepare students to be competent and prepared professionals in their selected careers in athletic training, exercise science, fitness and sport coaching, physical education teacher education, and health promotion.

Cosio Lima, Ludmila
Cosio Lima, Ludmila
Professor DPE Exercise Physiology, Springfield College, 2004 MS Exercise Physiology, Springfield College, 1999 BA Recreation Administration, University of New Mexico, 1993 Her specific areas of study and research involve evaluating ways to prevent illnesses and injuries in civilian and military population, investigating modifiable risk factors for cardiovascular disease, and identifying response of inflammatory markers in diverse populations during exercise or diverse environmental conditions. ORCID ID: ResearcherID:
Lee, Youngil
Lee, Youngil
Assistant Professor Postdoctoral Associate, Molecular Cardiology, University of California San Diego, 2009-2012 PhD, Applied Physiology, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2008 MA, Exercise Physiology, University of Texas, Austin, TX, 2008 MA, Exercise Biochemistr, Korean National Sport University, Seoul, Korea, 1997 BA, Exercise Science, Korean National Sport University, Seoul, Korea, 1995 Dr. Youngil Lee, assistant professor, teaches exercise physiology, sports nutrition and applied physiology in muscular development. Lee’s research focuses on exercise-induced cardiac and neuroprotection using various advanced molecular and cellular research tools to elucidate novel protective mechanisms that potentially enhance human life. ORCID ID: ResearcherID: