sandy lund

Sandy Lund, PhD

Chair | Associate Professor

Teaches exercise physiology, pharmacology and sport nutrition, exercise testing for health and special populations, and exercise prescription and program design courses.

Research has focused on respiratory physiology, exercise-induced asthma, and supplement use.

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Education and Training

  • PhD, Indiana University, Human Performance-Exercise Physiology
  • MS, Indiana University, Kinesiology-Exercise Physiology
  • BA, College of Wooster, Biochemistry

Recent Publications

Tecklenburg-Lund, S.; Mickleborough, T. D.; Turner, L.A.; Fly, A.D.; Stager, J.M.; Montgomery, G.S. (2010) Randomized Controlled Trial of Fish Oil and Montelukast and Their Combination on Airway Inflammation and Hyperpnea-Induced Bronchoconstriction. PLoS One. 5(10): e1387.

Tecklenburg, S., Mickleborough, T.D., Fly, A.D., Bai, Y., Stager, J.M. (2007) Ascorbic Acid Supplementation Attenuates Exercise-Induced Bronchoconstriction in Patients With Asthma. Respiratory Medicine. 101: 1770-1778.

Turner L.A., Mickleborough T.D.; McConnell A.K.;Stager J.M.; Tecklenburg-Lund S.; Lindley M.R. (2011) Effect of inspiratory muscle training on exercise tolerance in asthmatic individuals. Med Sci Sports Exerc.43(11): 2031-8.

Turner, L.A.; Tecklenburg-Lund, S.; Chapman R.F., Stager J.M., Wilhite D.P., Mickleborough T.D. (2012) Inspiratory muscle training lowers the oxygen cost of voluntary hyperpnea. J. Appl. Physiol. 112(1):127-34.

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Courses Taught

KIN 341 Exercise Pharmacology and Nutrition
KIN 390 Exercise Physiology
KIN 390L Exercise Physiology Lab
KIN 392 Exercise Testing in Healthy and Special Populations
KIN 409 Exercise Pharmacology
KIN 608 Exercise Biochemistry
KIN 615 Advance Exercise Physiology
MPAS 510 Advanced Physiology

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