Ph.D. in Human Bioenergetics About the Program
Human Bioenergetics is the multidisciplinary study of how energy is transferred in cells, tissues, and organisms.
The manner in which the body regulates energy transfer pathways and processes has a fundamental influence on health. These processes convert food into energy and relate directly to human health across the lifespan and the spectrum of functional capacities from chronic disease to elite athletic performance.
Our on-site research facilities and laboratories are state-of-the-art and are part of the Human Performance Clinical Research Laboratory. Other on-campus facilities are used in collaboration.
Each faculty laboratory provides a unique research opportunity for you to develop specialized experience related to your career goals.
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The doctoral program in Human Bioenergetics is highlighted by a common core of classes, significant number of elective classes in specialized cognate areas, grant writing, and extensive research experience.