Highlights

  • Springfield College Hosts Peter V. Karpovich Lecture

    The Springfield College School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation presented the Peter V. Karpovich Lecture featuring Army reservist Bradley C. Nindl, professor in the Department of Sports Medicine and Nutrition in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. 

  • NMRL Faculty Members Promoted to Associate Professor

    Drs. Kim Beals and Mita Lovalekar have been promoted to Associate Professor. Read more about their valuable contributions and their commitment to the science of human performance and injury prevention.

  • Army War College Resilience Day

    NMRL Director, Dr. Brad Nindl, presented an invited keynote talk entitled “Physiological and Psychological Resilience as Key Enablers for Optimizing Military Readiness: Science and Strategies for Senior Leaders” at the Army War College on Monday 13 August 2018.

  • NMRL Funded for SPARTA Training Study

    The NMRL/WHPRC has partnered with Dr. Julie Greeves, Dr. Thomas O'Leary, Dr. Sarah Jackson, and Dr. Sophie Wardle from the Women in Ground Close Combat Research Programme, United Kingdom Ministry of Defence, on the Soldier Performance and Readiness as Tactical Athletes (SPARTA) Training Study. 

  • NMRL Funded by Isagenix for Nutriton Supplement Study

    The Neuromuscular Research Laboratory/Warrior Human Performance Research Center was awarded an externally funded research grant from Isagenix International LLC.This study will examine the effects of two different pre-workout supplements on physical, cardiovascular, and cognitive performance outcomes in both men and women. Read more.

  • NMRL Faculty Take First Place in Innovation Tournament

    Assistant Professors Matt Darnell and Katelyn Allison were members of the winning team for their proposal titled “Impulse Swimming Test,” which measures force production and anaerobic performance in real-time to swimmers and will receive $80K in awards. Read more.

  • Lab Receives $2.5M in Research Funds

    Director Bradley Nindl receives $2.5 million by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to study the mental readiness and resiliency of military service members. The testing protocol will include physiological, neurocognitive, psychomotor, sensorimotor, tactical and sleep testing.

  • Lab Director Guest Edits JSAMS Special Issue

    The Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport publishes special issue guest edited by NMRL Lab Director and includes 18 manuscripts from five organizations dedicated towards studying biomedical research solutions to benefit military physical performance and readiness.

  • Talking Exercise and Brain Health

    Assistant Professor Shawn Flanagan presented at the University of Texas Center for Brain Health in Dallas. His presentation Emerging Ideas and Approaches at the Intersection of Exercise and Brain Health highlighted the beneficial effects of exercise on cognitive function.

  • Springfield College Hosts Peter V. Karpovich Lecture

    The Springfield College School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation presented the Peter V. Karpovich Lecture featuring Army reservist Bradley C. Nindl, professor in the Department of Sports Medicine and Nutrition in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. 

  • NMRL Faculty Members Promoted to Associate Professor

    Drs. Kim Beals and Mita Lovalekar have been promoted to Associate Professor. Read more about their valuable contributions and their commitment to the science of human performance and injury prevention.

  • Army War College Resilience Day

    NMRL Director, Dr. Brad Nindl, presented an invited keynote talk entitled “Physiological and Psychological Resilience as Key Enablers for Optimizing Military Readiness: Science and Strategies for Senior Leaders” at the Army War College on Monday 13 August 2018.

  • NMRL Funded for SPARTA Training Study

    The NMRL/WHPRC has partnered with Dr. Julie Greeves, Dr. Thomas O'Leary, Dr. Sarah Jackson, and Dr. Sophie Wardle from the Women in Ground Close Combat Research Programme, United Kingdom Ministry of Defence, on the Soldier Performance and Readiness as Tactical Athletes (SPARTA) Training Study. 

  • NMRL Funded by Isagenix for Nutriton Supplement Study

    The Neuromuscular Research Laboratory/Warrior Human Performance Research Center was awarded an externally funded research grant from Isagenix International LLC.This study will examine the effects of two different pre-workout supplements on physical, cardiovascular, and cognitive performance outcomes in both men and women. Read more.

  • NMRL Faculty Take First Place in Innovation Tournament

    Assistant Professors Matt Darnell and Katelyn Allison were members of the winning team for their proposal titled “Impulse Swimming Test,” which measures force production and anaerobic performance in real-time to swimmers and will receive $80K in awards. Read more.

  • Lab Receives $2.5M in Research Funds

    Director Bradley Nindl receives $2.5 million by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to study the mental readiness and resiliency of military service members. The testing protocol will include physiological, neurocognitive, psychomotor, sensorimotor, tactical and sleep testing.

  • Lab Director Guest Edits JSAMS Special Issue

    The Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport publishes special issue guest edited by NMRL Lab Director and includes 18 manuscripts from five organizations dedicated towards studying biomedical research solutions to benefit military physical performance and readiness.

  • Talking Exercise and Brain Health

    Assistant Professor Shawn Flanagan presented at the University of Texas Center for Brain Health in Dallas. His presentation Emerging Ideas and Approaches at the Intersection of Exercise and Brain Health highlighted the beneficial effects of exercise on cognitive function.

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