Professor, Exercise and Health Sciences
University of the West of Scotland, UK
Analysis immune function and hormonal control studies.
Associate Professor, Department of Physical Therapy
University of North Texas Health Science Center, USA
Hao Howe Liu received his MS Neuroanatomy and MD degrees in China PhD Anatomy and Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Mississippi Medical Center He is an associate professor at the Physical Therapy Program at the University of North Texas Health Science Center UNTHSC He teaches Gross Anatomy Neuroscience Kinesiology Pathology/Pharmacology in Physical Therapy and Evidence Based Practice in Physical Therapy at the UNTHSC In his research career he has published many peerreviewed articles in neuroscience rehabilitation and geriatrics He reviewed 5 to 10 manuscripts a year in last 5 years as an active reviewer or an editorial board member for Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy Physical Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics International Journal of Rehabilitation and Therapy and Physical Therapy He has served in the Abstract Review Committee for the American Physical Therapy Association since 2008
Studies of assistive ambulatory devices including effect of inappropriate use, bioengineering modification and testing; Combined interventions of physical therapy exercise and alternative medicine in geriatric population, and Clinical anatomy of the musculoskeletal system.
Western Washington University, USA
Brilla received her PhD in Physiology from the University of Oregon. She is a Fellow of various professional organizations: American College of Nutrition, American College of Sports Medicine, and Human Biology Association. She holds multiple certifications, including Certified Nutrition Specialist. She has seven years of clinical experience and previously owned a part-time business providing health screenings and consultations. For the past 25 years, she has been at Western Washington University where she is currently a professor; and before that was on the faculty at Ballarat University, Australia. Main research tracks are magnesium and inspiratory muscle training in health and physical performance. She has numerous publications, both national and international presentations, and has contributed chapters to edited monographs. Her students note that she is challenging yet believes that if one jumps a net will appear.
magnesium and inspiratory muscle training in health and physical performance