For more information and to get involved with Exercise is Medicine, contact us at [email protected] He originated the EIM concept and has been its leading advocate from the beginning. Exercise Is Medicine® was launched in partnership with the American Medical Association and continues to grow as a global health initiative.
For many high-quality journals, no more than 25% of the submitted manuscripts make their way to acceptance and publication in the journal.
Rarely would the first response to a submitted manuscript be, “Wow, this is really great! D., FACSM, is a professor at Auburn University’s School of Kinesiology.
She is positioned to be the perfect addition to the EIM team that will help achieve the lofty goals set for the next 10 years. from Texas A&M University and completed his residency in family medicine at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Fontana, California.
We hope that all ACSM members will look for their niche in the EIM program and contribute to its advancement at your local, state, national and international levels. He has continued his medical career with Kaiser and now co-directs their sports medicine fellowship training program. Sallis is the founding editor-in-chief of ACSM's Current Sports Medicine Reports journal.
Her research on topics including exercise and hypertension, physical activity interventions and exercise genomics (among other topics) has been widely published. D., FACSM is the Chief of Cardiology at Hartford Health Care Heart and Vascular Institute in Hartford, CT.
She was the recipient of an ACSM Citation Award in 2011, and served as the Senior Editor for . His research in the area of heart disease and cardiac function have been widely published.
He is the author or co-author of more than 75 refereed research articles and reviews, and his investigative work has attracted research funding from the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, NATO and private research foundations. Gladden has served as president of the southeast chapter of ACSM, a member of the ACSM Board of Trustees and he is currently the editor-in-chief of Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise The researchers said that even when correcting for body mass and age, there was still a large increase.
This led the researchers to consider lifestyle factors.
She has presented both nationally and internationally on various fitness/wellness topics and is certified as a Group Exercise Instructor & Health Fitness Specialist.
On this 10th anniversary of EIM, the ACSM Board of Trustees has begun a process entitled “EIM Re-imagined,” the goal of which is to redefine EIM priorities to help guide its program efforts in the coming years.
This seems to reinforce the need for motion and activity across the lifespan.
It is true that injury is very predictive of the development of arthritis.
She completed her Ph D at the University of Queensland, and then took a post doctoral position at the Institute of Exercise and Environmental Medicine in Dallas, Texas, where she worked in Benjamin Levine's laboratory. Howden's current research seeks to determine whether exercise training can improve physiological function in various diseases, which represent an advanced ageing phenotype.