Applied Exercise Science Laboratory

The Applied Exercise Science Laboratory (AESL) trains graduate and undergraduate students for professions in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, clinical exercise physiology, sports medicine, sports physiology and worksite fitness/ health promotion. The laboratory also serves firefighters, law-enforcement officials and employees and students of Texas A&M University through the FITLIFE exercise program.
The lab is in the Player Development Center-West Campus facility.

Biology of Physical Activity Laboratory

BPA determines the biological and genetic pathways that regulate physical activity in humans. The lab uses both human and mouse models in both genetic and proteomic investigations.

Bone Biology Laboratory

The HLKN Bone Biology Laboratory (BBL) is located in the contiguous rooms of the Old Heep Laboratory Building. The long-standing objective of the Bone Biology Laboratory is to understand the bone response to increased loading (exercise) or decreased loading (immobilization, microgravity) and to space radiation using an integrative physiology approach. Related lines of inquiry focus on nutritional (restricted caloric/ protein intake) and endocrine modifiers of the bone response to exercise and to simulated microgravity.

Child & Adolescent Health Research Lab

The Child & Adolescent Health Research Lab is a collaboration between the Department of Health and Kinesiology, the Texas A&M School of Public Health and the Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Sciences' Youth Development Program.
Initially founded at Indiana University in 2003 and then re-established at Texas A&M University in 2006, CAHRL’s mission is to have every child reach their optimal health by creating awareness of child and adolescent health issues through the achievement of four goals:

Child Motor Development Laboratory

The Lab is dedicated to the discovery, communication, and application of knowledge associated with physical growth and motor behavior of children.
Exploring the Cognitive Level of Action Processing


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