Peter J. Chomentowski, III, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Exercise Physiology
- Skeletal muscle adaptations to exercise training
- Body composition quantification for health and performance
- Muscle metabolism
- Post-Doctoral Fellowship University of Pittsburgh, Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism Medicine
- Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh, Exercise Physiology
- M.S. University of Pittsburgh, Exercise Physiology
- B.A. University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Physical Education
- Relationship between body fat composition and markers of physical fitness in college aged students who engage in television viewing leisure time activity (2023).
- Effects of different timed recovery interventions on blood lactate levels during high intensity interval exercise in college aged students (2022).
- The effects of caffeine ingestion on repeated-sprint performance in college-aged non-athletes (2022).
- The effect of post-activation potentiation on subsequent 40-yard sprint performance in high school athletes in North America (2022).
- Comparison of multi-frequency bioelectrical impedance and dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry to assess body composition in college-aged adults (2020).
- Elizabeth Moxley, Clayton L. Camic, Emerson Sebastiao, Cytochrome c Response to High Intensity Interval Exercise in Sedentary Nondiabetics Adults and Prediabetics; Acute Verses Residual Effect. NIU Research and Artistry grant, 2019-2020, $14,000.
- Elizabeth Moxley, Clayton L. Camic, Emerson Sebastiao, Cytochrome c Response to High Intensity Interval Exercise versus Moderate-Intensity Exercise in Sedentary Normal Adults and Prediabetes. CHHS Research Funding FY19, 2019-2021, $2,000.
- Elizabeth Moxley, Clayton L. Camic, Emerson Sebastiao, Cytochrome c Response to High Intensity Interval versus Moderate Intensity Continuous Training in Sedentary Obese/Overweight Young Adults.. NIU NURS Wood Research Award, 2019-2021, $28,242.23.
- Zachary Wahl-Alexander, The relationship between technological leisure time recreational activities, physical activity, and markers of physical fitness among college students”, NIU COE Internal Research grant, 2017-2018, $2,500.
- KNPE 562 - Bioenergetics
- KNPE 561 - Advanced Exercise Physiology
- KNPE 560 - Cardiorespiratory Physiology: Responses and Adaptations to Exercise
- KNPE 514 - Neuromuscular Aspects of Physical Performance
- KNPE 464 - Scientific Basis of Exercise Training, Prescription, and Progression
- KNPE 462 - Clinical Exercise Physiology
- KNPE 452 - Applied Exercise Physiology
- KNPE 314 - Applied Kinesiology
Fitness Assessment, Consulting and Technology (FACT)