The MBL is a laboratory in the Division of Kinesiology, Department of Kinesiology & Sport Management, that focuses on alterations of skeletal muscle mass with aging, microgravity and disease, and how these conditions may be affected by resistance exercise. The MBL engages in both human and animal research, from whole muscle to subcellular/molecular levels.

Courses aligned with the MBL include Specific Topics courses (KINE 682) and undergraduate (KINE 433) and graduate (KINE 637) Exercise Physiology.

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Courses Taught By Dr. Fluckey:

  • KINE 433
  • KINE 482
  • KINE 682-Giants
  • KINE 682-Method
  • KINE 682-Microgavity
  • KINE 682-Plasticity
  • KINE 682-Carbohydrate
  • KINE 682-Superhero
  • KINE 637
  • SLS 681