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About Jon Linderman

Jon Linderman's education includes a bachelor's degree in physical education with a certificate in exercise; a master's in physical education from California State University Chico; a Ph.D. in human bioenergetics from University of California, Berkeley; and a National Research Council Fellowship at NASA/Ames Research Center. He is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and a Board-Certified Exercise Physiologist (EPC) from the American Society of Exercise Physiologists.

His primary teaching at Ohio State University (1995-2000) and the University of Dayton (2000-present) has been in integrative and exercise physiology. His research has included both human and animal research in the adaptation of skeletal muscle to differing mechanical and recruitment environments, hydration, and the extremes of human performance. He has conducted research for both NASA and the U.S. Air Force. His teaching and advising prepares students for post-graduate education in physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician assistant studies, and other allied health professions.

Positions

2006 Present Associate Professor, University of Dayton Department of Health and Sport Science
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20062011 Basic Science Coordinator, University of Dayton Doctoral of Physical Therapy Program
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20062011 Associate Professor, University of Dayton Doctoral of Physical Therapy Program
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20002006 Assistant Professor, University of Dayton Department of Health and Sport Science
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19982001 Assistant Professor, Ohio State University - Main Campus ‐ Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
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19952000 Assistant Professor, Ohio State University - Main Campus ‐ School of Physical Activity and Educational Services
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19941995 Assistant Professor, California State University, Chico ‐ Department of Physical Education
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19921994 Research Associate, NASA Ames Research Center ‐ Life Science Division
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1991 Lecturer, Samuel Merritt College ‐ School of Physical Therapy
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1977 Instructor, California State University, Chico ‐ Department of Physical Education
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Curriculum Vitae


Disciplines



Grants

2017 Summer Research Fellowship
SEHS
The Effect of Oral Rehydration Solutions (Sports Drinks) on Strength, Speed, and Endurance – A Field Study
2016 Commercial Research and Development Agreement
CERA Products Inc.
Comparison of Rice-Based Drink and Carbohydrate/Electrolyte Drink to Determine Glucose and Lactate Responsesin Active Duty U.S. Military Personnel
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Professional Service and Affiliations

1986 - Present Member, American College of Sports Medicine
2006 - 2012 Member, American Society for Exercise Physiologists
2004 - 2012 Editorial Board, American Society for Exercise Physiologists
2006 - 2010 Editor in Chief, Journal of Exercise Physiology (online)
1992 - 2000 Associate Member, American Physiological Society
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Honors and Awards

  • Faculty Research Award - School of Physical Activity & Educational Services, The Ohio State University (2000)
  • Fellow, The American College of Sports Medicine (1995)
  • Awarded, Post Doctoral Research Associateship National Research Council (1992-1993, 1993-1994)

Education

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1991 PhD, University of California Berkeley
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1987 MA, California State University, Chico
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1984 BA, California State University, Chico
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Contact Information

Location: College Park Center, Room 646G
Phone: 937-229-4207

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