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Dayton, Ohio, United States
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May 06, 2019

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Larry A. Osborne

Permanent: **** State Route **6 • Baltimore, OH 43105

Current: *** **** ******** ****** • Dayton, OH, 45402

614-***-**** • ac9a65@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION

Doctorate of Chiropractic, Jan 2018- March 2019 (transfer)

Life University, Marietta GA

GPA: 3.96

Master of Science in Exercise Physiology, Graduation: May 2018 (coursework completed December, 2017)

Ohio University, Athens OH

GPA: 3.75

Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology, Graduation: Dec 2015

Minor- applied nutrition

Minor- biology

Ohio University, Athens OH

GPA: 3.32

Science GPA: 3.34

Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, Jan 2011- Aug 2011 (transfer)

Capital University, Bexley OH

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Primary Laboratory Professor, 2017 Exercise physiology Laboratory, Exercise Physiology Program, School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness, Ohio University, Athens OH, August 2017 to December 2017

Graduate Assistant, Exercise Physiology Program, School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness, Ohio University, Athens OH, Aug 2015 to December 2017

Guest Lecturer, Exercise Physiology Program, School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness, Ohio University, Aug 2015 to December 2017

Exercise Physiology (EXPH 4140/5140; Bios 4450/5450)- “Peripheral and Cardiovascular Adaptations Specific to Exercise Modality”, Spring 2016

Instructor- Michael Kushnick, Ph.D.

Exercise Testing and Prescription (EXPH 2290)- “The Primary Components of Prescribing Resistance Training”, Spring 2016

Instructor- Mrs. Anna Gray, M.S.

Introduction to Exercise Science (EXPH 1490)- “Introduction to Common Equipment Used in Exercise Physiology”, Spring 2016

Instructor- Mr. Marcus Barr, M.S.

Biomechanics (EXPH 3205)- “Introduction to Quantitative Tools Used Within Biomechanics”, Summer 2016

Instructor- Jae Yom, Ph.D.

Biomechanics (EXPH 3205)- “Proper Breakdown of a Movement Into a Movement Analysis”, Summer 2016

Instructor- Jae Yom, Ph.D.

Exercise Testing and Prescription (EXPH 2290)- “Primary Components of Prescribing Resistance Training”, Fall 2016

Instructor- Mrs. Anna Gray

Exercise Testing and Prescription for Special Populations (EXPH 4495)- “Ischemic Heart Diseases and the Pathophysiology of Atherosclerosis”, Spring 2017

Instructor- Michael Kushnick, Ph.D.

Exercise Testing and Prescription for Special Populations (EXPH 4495)- “Procedural Modifications of Atherosclerosis and Smoking as a Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease”, Spring 2017

Instructor- Michael Kushnick, Ph.D.

Exercise Testing and Prescription for Special Populations (EXPH 4495)- “Exercise Prescription for the Cessation of Smoking and Hypertension as a Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease”, Spring 2017

Instructor- Michael Kushnick, Ph.D.

Exercise Testing and Prescription for Special Populations (EXPH 4495)- “Physiological Alterations and Exercise Prescription for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease”, Spring 2017

Instructor- Michael Kushnick, Ph.D.

Exercise Testing and Prescription for Special Populations (EXPH 4495)- “Hypertension as a Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease”, Summer 2017

Instructor- Michael Kushnick, Ph.D.

Volunteer, Serrano Family Practice, 417 Hill Road N., Pickerington OH, 43147

Intern with Eric Serrano, M.D. (1,590 hours), Summer 2014- Current

oPrescribing exercise for rehabilitation and improved health

Volunteer, Old School Gym, 11091 National Road SW., Etna OH, 43062

Intern with Dustin Myers, Coach (20 hours), Summer 2014- Fall 2014

oAssist in personal training sessions

oGym maintenance

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE & PRESENTATIONS

Primary Investigator/Research Assistant

Project: Metabolic effects of chronic blood flow restricted exercise: Glucose & insulin.

(Thesis Research); August 2016 to December 2017

Laboratory: Ohio University Exercise Biochemistry and Physiology Laboratories

Instructor: Michael Kushnick, Ph.D.

Research Assistant

Project: Metabolic response to acute blood flow restricted treadmill walking.

October 2015 to current

Laboratory: Ohio University Exercise Biochemistry and Physiology Laboratories

Instructor: Michael Kushnick, Ph.D.

Oral Presentation to the Midwest American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, November, 2016; Fort Wayne, IN

Larry Osborne, Lucas Harrison, Ge Chen, Samuel Pitcairn, Norio Hotta, Michael Kushnick. Metabolic effects of acute blood flow restricted exercise: Glucose & insulin. [Abstract], Midwest Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine Program, 2016.

Thematic Poster Presentation to American College of Sports Medicine Annual meeting, June, 2017; Denver, CO

Poster to College of Health Sciences and Professions: Student Research Showcase, Ohio University, April 2016; Athens, OH

Poster to Ohio University Student Research Expo, March 2016; Athens, OH

Lucas Harrison, Samuel Pitcairn, Ge Chen, Larry Osborne, Norio Hotta, Michael Kushnick, Pilot study: Glycemic and insulinemic response to acute blood flow restricted treadmill walking.

PROFESSONAL CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE

Society of Weight Training and Injury Specialists Annual Conference, Mississauga, ON, CA Fall 2016

American College of Sports Medicine Midwest Regional Conference, Fort Wayne, IN Fall 2016

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference, Denver, CO Summer 2017

CERTIFICATIONS

Blood Borne Pathogens, Environmental Health and Safety Office, Ohio University, Oct 2015

Chemical Hygiene, Environmental Health and Safety Office, Ohio University, Oct 2015

Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative Human Research, Office of Research and Graduate Studies, Ohio University, Oct 2015

Level 1 Upper and Lower Body Exercise Muscle Testing, Society of Weight-Training Injury Specialists, April 2017

RESEARCH SUPPORT

Student Research Presentation Award, College of Health Sciences and Professions, Ohio University, Oct 2016

Joseph Alan Butts Student Research Award, College of Health Sciences and Professions, Ohio University, March 2017

Original Work Grant, Graduate Student Senate, Ohio University, March 2017

RELEVANT COURSEWORK

Doctorate Coursework

Anatomy and Physiology

Osteology and Arthrology Lecture and Laboratory

Biochemistry

Embryology

Medical Terminology

Histology

Spinal Anatomy

Spinal Biomechanics

Biochemistry II

Cellular and Neuromuscular Physiology

Musculoskeletal Gross Anatomy

Head and Neck Anatomy

Visceral Anatomy

Neuroanatomy CNS

Visceral Physiology

Bacteriology and Virology

Parasitology and Mycology

Basic Nutrition

Normal Radiographic Anatomy and Anomalies I

Normal Radiographic Anatomy and Anomalies II

Physiology Laboratory

Immunology and Disease Pattern

Endocrinology

Patholgy I

Skeletal Radiology A

Orthopedic Diagnosis

Graduate Coursework

Principles of Physiology

Advanced Biomechanics Lecture and Laboratory

Advanced Exercise Physiology Lecture and Laboratory

Research Methods and Statistics

Neuromechanics of Sports Injury Rehabilitation Lecture and Laboratory

Human Anatomy Lecture and Laboratory

Educational Statstics

Undergraduate Coursework

Introduction to Exercise Physiology

Principles of Chemistry I Lecture and Laboratory

Principles of Chemistry II Lecture and Laboratory

First Aid and CPR

Biological Sciences I Lecture and Laboratory

Biological Sciences II Lecture and Laboratory

Introduction to Physics I Lecture and Laboratory

Introduction to Physics II Lecture and Laboratory

Exercise Testing and Prescription

Human Anatomy Lecture and Laboratory

Physical Fitness

Resistance Training

Exercise Performance

Motor Development

Human Physiology Lecture and Laboratory

Biomechanics and Applied Kinesiology

Nutrient Metabolism

Physiology of Exercise Lecture and Laboratory

Medical Nutrition Therapy

Fundamentals of Nutrition for Athletic and Physical Performance

General Genetics

Cardiovascular Assessment

Exercise Testing and Prescription for Special Populations

REFERENCES

Michael Kushnick, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Exercise Physiology

School of Applied Health Sciences and Professions

Chair

Department of Interdisciplinary Health Studies

College of Health Sciences and Professions

E189 Grover Center

Ohio University

Athens, OH 45701

740-***-****

ac9a65@r.postjobfree.com

Instructor in a number of lecture and lab courses; faculty research mentor; thesis director

Marcus Barr, M.S

Associate Professor of Exercise Physiology

School of Applied Health Sciences and Professions

College of Health Sciences and Professions

E321 Grover Center

Ohio University

Athens, OH 45701

740-***-****

ac9a65@r.postjobfree.com

Instructor in a number of lecture and lab courses

*More references are available upon request



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