Scott Trappe

Scott Trappe

John and Janice Fisher Professor of Exercise Science

Phone:765-285-1145

Room:HP 210


Education
BS  University of Northern Iowa 1989 Science (Chemistry minor) 
MS  University of Colorado 1991 Exercise Science 
PhD  Ball State University 1994 Human Bioenergetics 
Post-Doc Ball State University/Marquette University 1997 Muscle Physiology      

Research Interests
Human skeletal muscle contractile function and structure with a focus on cellular physiology and biology.  Main areas of emphasis: 1) adaptation of skeletal muscle to a reduction in physical activity and exercise countermeasures during periods of disuse (aging and spaceflight), and 2) skeletal muscle adaptation to periods of overtraining and taper (reduced training/rest) as it relates to sports performance.

Publications
Available through PubMed
 
 

Course Schedule
Course No. Section Times Days Location
Doctoral Dissertatio 799 31 0000 - 0000
Exercise Physiology 630 1 1400 - 1630 W HP, room 253
Masters Candidate 600 31 0000 - 0000