Southeast Chapter of American College of Sportsmedicine
2016 SEACSM Fall Lecture Tour Information
The Fall SEACSM Lecture Tour is taking place this October in the states of Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, and Mississippi. The tour is being coordinated by Dawn Cole from the University of Tennessee/Knoxville. This year's speaker will be Dr. Lanay Mudd from the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. Her topic will be: TBA. Her lectures dates and sites will be: 10/19 at University of Tennessee/Knoxville; 10/21 at University of Kentucky; and 10/28 at Mississippi State University.
Lanay M. Mudd, Ph.D., joined NCCIH as a program director in July 2015. Her grant portfolio centers on clinical studies of movement meditation, including yoga, tai chi, and qi gong. Dr. Mudd’s interests include physical activity measurement, as well as the use of mind and body interventions for perinatal health conditions and for promoting healthy behaviors. She is also NCCIH’s representative to the NIH Common Fund initiative on Molecular Transducers of Physical Activity in Humans.
Dr. Mudd earned a dual-major doctoral degree in kinesiology and epidemiology, and completed postdoctoral training in perinatal epidemiology at Michigan State University. Prior to joining NCCIH, she was an assistant professor of kinesiology at Michigan State University, where her research investigated the health benefits of physical activity during pregnancy and the development of interventions to improve health behaviors among pregnant women. She has published in a variety of peer reviewed journals, including Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, Pediatrics, Journal of Physical Activity & Health, and Preventive Medicine.
Here are three interviews that Ed Acevedo and Robert Franco completed in conjunction with the UCI World Road Cycling Championships that were just in Richmond, VA. Take a minute to listen to these interviews: