Brown Bag Series in Science: Hemostasis – Both Hero and Villain of the Cardiovascular System
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Brown Bag Series in Science: Hemostasis – Both Hero and Villain of the Cardiovascular System

Feb 12, 2020

Thursday, February 27 | 12:00 p.m. EST

ACSM Brown Bag_Nagelkirk

Join Paul Nagelkirk, Ph.D., FACSM, on February 27 for the next ACSM Brown Bag Series in Science webinar. Dr. Nagelkirk will discuss how hemostatic systems prevent blood loss in the case of injury, how those same systems contribute to adverse events (i.e., heart attack and stroke), as well as how acute exercise and regular physical activity modulate blood clotting potential.

Dr. Nagelkirk currently serves as the director of the Integrative Exercise Physiology Laboratory and an associate professor of exercise science at Ball State University. His research interests generally focus on the influence of exercise on molecular mediators of cardiovascular diseases, with particular emphasis on blood coagulation and fibrinolysis.

ACSM’s monthly Brown Bag Series gives students and professionals a chance to learn more about the diverse science ACSM members conduct. Join us for these informal discussions and hear more about what members study, the research methodology they use and some of the interesting results their research generates. View previous webinars.

Unable to watch the webinar live? Register anyway, and you will receive a link to the recorded version afterward.

Register today!

Brown Bag Series in Science: Hemostasis – Both Hero and Villain of the Cardiovascular System

Feb 12, 2020

Thursday, February 27 | 12:00 p.m. EST

ACSM Brown Bag_Nagelkirk

Join Paul Nagelkirk, Ph.D., FACSM, on February 27 for the next ACSM Brown Bag Series in Science webinar. Dr. Nagelkirk will discuss how hemostatic systems prevent blood loss in the case of injury, how those same systems contribute to adverse events (i.e., heart attack and stroke), as well as how acute exercise and regular physical activity modulate blood clotting potential.

Dr. Nagelkirk currently serves as the director of the Integrative Exercise Physiology Laboratory and an associate professor of exercise science at Ball State University. His research interests generally focus on the influence of exercise on molecular mediators of cardiovascular diseases, with particular emphasis on blood coagulation and fibrinolysis.

ACSM’s monthly Brown Bag Series gives students and professionals a chance to learn more about the diverse science ACSM members conduct. Join us for these informal discussions and hear more about what members study, the research methodology they use and some of the interesting results their research generates. View previous webinars.

Unable to watch the webinar live? Register anyway, and you will receive a link to the recorded version afterward.

Register today!

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Our Mission

The Greater New York Regional Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine has set goals to

1)  Promote and advance professions related to the science of exercise as medicine;

2)  Build relationships that foster growth and collaboration with other organizations, physicians, scientists, and educators concerned with the science of exercise and related fields;

3)  Arrange mutual meetings of physicians, educators, clinicians and scientists;

4)  Make available post-graduate education in fields related to these sciences;

5)  Initiate, promote and correlate research in these fields;

Membership

 Benefits
- Discounts to Chapter meetings and events
- Newsletter highlighting chapter events and news
- Opportunities to present at meetings, forums and events
- Access to student scholarship and award programs
- Opportunities to network with exercise science, sports medicine, clinical exercise, and allied health professionals
- Information regarding regional graduate programs, internships, and job opportunities

Chapter Leadership

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Astrid Mel PhD, CSCS, HFS, CSN

Treasurer
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Aimee Layton, PhD

Secretary
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Mary Allison Williams, PhD, EP-C

President
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Galila Werber, PhD

President-Elect
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Heather Milton MS, RCEP, CSCS

Immediate Past President
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Neal Pire MA, CEP, CSCS, FACSM

Executive Director