Todd Trappe
Todd Trappe
Professor of Exercise Science


Room:HP 224

BS  University of Iowa 1991 Exercise Physiology 
MS  University of Colorado 1993 Exercise Physiology
PhD  Ball State University 1996 Human Bioenergetics 
Post-Doc Pennsylvania State University 1997 Aging Metabolism and Physiology      

Research Interests
Regulation of the adaptive responses of the human body to exercise and inactivity. Emphasis: Functional, structural, metabolic, and molecular changes in skeletal muscle, with a focus on understanding the role inflammatory processes play in the regulation of skeletal muscle adaptations to exercise, aging, and the microgravity environment of spaceflight.

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Course Schedule
Course No. Section Times Days Location
Applied Physiology 637 1 1400 - 1515 M W HP, room 251