CURES Seminar: Prenatal Exposure to Arsenic Adversely Effects Offspring Skeletal Muscle Function
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Prenatal Exposure to Arsenic Adversely Effects Offspring Skeletal Muscle Function
Thursday May 13, 2021 12:30- 1:30 PM
Presented by: Moh H. Malek, Ph.D.
Associate Professor at Wayne State University
Dr. Malek is an Associate Professor for the Department of Physical Therapy at the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences and director of the Integrative Physiology of Exercise Laboratory at Wayne State University. Dr. Malek conducts research in both human and animal models examining the underlying mechanisms of muscle fatigue. In 2010, Malek received the NSCA’s Terry J. Housh Outstanding Young Investigator of the Year Award. Malek has published over 60 peer-reviewed papers related to exercise physiology and has presented his research at the NSCA National Conference since 2004. Since 2007, he has served as associate editor of Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. He also serves on the editorial board of Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise. Malek received his bachelor’s degrees in biology and psychology from Pitzer College, his master’s degree in kinesiology from California State University at Fullerton, and a PhD in exercise physiology from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Dr. Malek was a 2017 CURES Pilot Project recipient awardee and will present on the progress of his project.
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Meeting ID: 995 6650 5935
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