Laboratory of Systems Physiology

Laboratory of Systems Physiology: Skeletal Muscle Health, Cardio-Metabolic Health, Ageing, Endocrine

The Laboratory of Systems Physiology occupies approximately 1800 square feet of dedicated space and is designed for basic and applied research.  The laboratory supports in vivo (both rodent and human), in vitro and molecular biology research with a systems physiology approach.

The mission of the LSP is to provide an atmosphere by which students receive hands on training in the application of exercise modalities to the study of cardiovascular, metabolic, endocrine, and skeletal muscle interactions in aging and disease.

Skeletal Muscle Health

Joseph S. Marino
Susan Arthur

Cardio-Metabolic Health

Reuben Howden
Mike Turner
Joseph S. Marino

Endocrine

Yvette Huet
Joseph S. Marino

Aging

Mike Turner
Susan Arthur
Reuben Howden
Yvette Huet
Joseph S. Marino