Will Conkright wins the Doctoral Student Investigator Award and the President’s Cup award at the 2020 Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine for his oral presentation titled “Extracellular Vesicle Concentration but Not Size Differs Between Men and Women During Military Operational Stress”.
Please see below for the link to his presentation (~28 min mark).
Other presentations from the University of Pittsburgh Neuromuscular Research Lab (NMRL) / Warrior Human Performance Research Center (WHPRC) include:
“Sensorimotor Cortical Thickness Moderates Corticospinal Excitability”
Maria C. Canino, Felix Proessl, Alaska L. Beck, Courtenay Dunn-Lewis, William J. Kraemer, Shawn D. Flanagan
“Impact of Aerobic Fitness on Cognitive Performance During Simulated Military Operational Stress”
Meaghan E. Beckner, William R. Conkright, Aaron M. Sinnott, Alice D. LaGoy, Felix Proessl, Peter G. Roma, Mathias Basner, Mita Lovalekar, Brian J. Martin, Shawn D. Flanagan, Anne Germain, Fabio Ferrarelli, Christopher Connaboy, Bradley C. Nindl, FACSM
“Lower Body Maximal Strength and Peak Aerobic Capacity Predict Assessment Outcomes of Military Relevant Tasks”
Ian T. Allen, Kellen T. Krajewski, Adam J. Sterczala, Mita Lovalekar, Shawn D. Flanagan, Brian J. Martin, Qi Mi, Nizam U. Ahamed, Sophie L. Wardle, Thomas J. O’Leary, Julie P. Greeves, Chris Connaboy, Bradley C. Nindl, FACSM
“Similar Corticospinal Excitability in Military Men and Women During Simulated Operational Stress”
Alaska L. Beck, Felix Proessl, Maria Canino, Meaghan E. Beckner, Adam J. Sterczala, Courtenay Dunn-Lewis, William R. Conkright, Aaron M. Sinnott, Alice LaGoy, Shawn R. Eagle, Fabio Ferrarelli, Anne Germain, Christopher Connaboy, Bradley C. Nindl, FACSM, and Shawn D. Flanagan
“Association Between DXA and HR-pQCT Measurements of Bone Characteristics in Recreationally Active, Recruit-Aged Men”
Nicole M. Sekel, Adam Sterczala, Kellen T. Krajewski, Brian Martin, Nizam Ahamed, Qi Mi, Sophie L. Wardle, Thomas J. O’Leary, Julie P. Greeves, Shawn Flanagan, Chris Connaboy, Bradley C. Nindl, FACSM