Michael J. Turner, PhD, RCEP

Associate Professor of Kinesiology
MS in Kinesiology Program Coordinator
Department of Kinesiology
CARC 253
Research Interest: 
Cardiovascular function, physical activity and aging. Specifically, my laboratory is working to understand the mechanisms influenced by regular physical activity that impact the functioning of our aging hearts. The mechanisms that influence the age-related decline in physical activity is also a larege area of study for my laboratory. Lastly, my laboratory is investigating the influence of orthopedic factors (i.e., chronic ankle instability) that reduce lifelong physical activity levels causing the development of cardiac dysfuction and other hypokinetic disease characteristics.
Teaching Specialty: 
Physiology of Human Aging Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physiology Exercise Physiology Exercise Prescription
BS in Exercise Science, Miami University, MS in Exercise Physiology, Miami University, PhD in Education (Exercise Physiology), University of Tennessee, Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist (ACSM)