Tag: Driver Physiology
2017 Annual Congress Presentation Series Available to Members – #4
Over the next couple of weeks we will continue to post the presentations given at the Annual Congress. The material is included under the Members Only section.
Don’t forget to take advantage of your membership and take a another look at these inspiring and educational presentations; and if you didn’t have the opportunity to attend the congress, this is your chance to review the material.
Stay tuned as a new presentation is uploaded each week. Here is this weeks presentation:
Title: Recent Research in Driver Physiology
Speaker: Ed Potkanowicz, Ph.D.
Speaker Bio: Dr. Potkanowicz is an assistant professor of exercise physiology at Ohio Northern University. He is also the principal investigator of an ongoing racing research project entitled “The Real Assessment of Core and Environmental Responses” (The R.A.C.E.R. Project). Ed received his Master’s and Doctorate degrees in exercise physiology from Kent State University and his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Youngstown State University. His most current focus, with respect to thermoregulation, is the performance deficit that the driver athlete may experience when subjected to an extremely hot environment.
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