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Murat Karabulut, Ph.D.

Murat Karabulut, Ph.D.  

Murat Karabulut, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Health and
Human Performance

 

Degrees:

Ph.D. August 2008 University of Oklahoma; Norman, OK Exercise Physiology; Department of Health and Exercise Science

MS. August 2004 University of Tennessee; Knoxville, TN

BS. June 1997 Middle East Technical University; Ankara, Turkey Department of Physical Education and Sports

Minor Degree in Psychology (Cognitive Science), June 1997 Middle East Technical University; Ankara, Turkey Department of Psychology

CV/Vitae:

Murat Karabulut, Ph.D.

Teaching Interest:

Physiology of Exercise and Human Performance
Exercise Testing and Prescription
Physiology and Techniques of Strength/Power Fitness
Clinical Exercise Physiology


CourseS TAUGHT:​

EDCI 7301 Thesis
HHPS 6315 Nutrition and Human Performance 
HHPS 6320 Applied Exercise Physiology 
KINE 2255 Health and Motor Development Early Childhood-6th Grade 
KINE 3153  Physiology and Exercise Human Performance Lab
KINE 3160  Exercise Testing and Prescription Lab
KINE 3353 Physiology of Exercise and Human Performance
KINE 3360 Exercise Testing and Prescription
​KINE 3365 Physiology and Techniques of Strength/Power

 

Area of Specialty and Responsibility:

The neuromuscular changes and endocrine responses to resistance training. Aging and age-related muscle loss (sarcopenia). Effects of different models of resistance training on performance.

Office Hours
Fall 2014

Monday: By Appointment
Tuesday: 8:20am-9:20am
Wednesday: 9:00am-12:00pm
Thursday: 8:20am-9:20pm
Friday: By Appointment

 

Office:Dr. Luis Colom Center for BIOMED 1.316
Voice: (956)882-7236
Fax: (956)882-7348
E-mail: murat.karabulut@utb.edu

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