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Vic Ben-Ezra, Ph.D.
Professor
Exercise Physiology
Office: PH 116A
(940) 898-2597
VBenezra@twu.edu

Education

  • 1984, Ph.D., Physical Education with a Specialization in Exercise Physiology, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
  • 1979, M.S., Physical Education with a Specialization in Exercise Physiology, Springfield College, Springfield, MA
  • 1975, BS, Biology, City College of New York, New York, NY

Professional Experience

  • 2006-present: Professor, Dept. of Kinesiology, Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX
  • 1989-2006: Associate Professor, Dept. of Kinesiology, Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX. Tenured in 1990
  • 1984-1989: Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physical Education, Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX
  • 1983-1984: Post Doctoral Research Fellow in Exercise Physiology, Department of PhysicalEducation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
  • 1983: Assistant Instructor, Department of Physical Education, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
  • 1981-1982: Exercise Physiology Lab Graduate Assistant, Department of Physical Education, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
  • 1979-1981: Biologist, The National Institutes of Health, NINCDS, Bethesda, MD
  • 1977-1979: Teaching Fellowship in Anatomy and Physiology, Department of Biology, Springfield College, Springfield, MA.

Research/Teaching Interests

  • Acute exercise effects on insulin responses
  • Omega-3 fatty acids and exercise on insulin responses and blood lipids

Recent Publications

  • C.M. Jankowski, V. Ben-Ezra, W.S. Gozansky, and S.E. Schaeffer (2004). Effects of oral contraceptives on glucoregulatory responses to exercise. Metabolism 53, 348-352.
  • C. P. Earnest, B. O. Whyte, V. Ben–Ezra, and S. G. Beckham. (2000). Ingestion of creatine monohydrate immediately prior to exercise does not increase performance in creatine loaded individuals. Sports Med, Training and Rehab 9, 263-275.
  • C. Jankowski, V. Ben–Ezra, Kendrick, R. Morriss, D. Nichols. (1999). Effect of Exercise on Post–Prandial Insulin Responses in Mexican–American and Non–Hispanic Women.  Metabolism 48, 971–977.
  • V. Ben-Ezra, C. Jankowski, K. Kendrick, and D. Nichols. (1995). The effect of intensity and energy expenditure on post exercise insulin responses in women. Journal of Applied Physiology 79, 2029-2034.

Classes Teaching

  • KINS 5563 Biophysiological Responses to Exercise
  • KINS 5583 Hormonal Responses to Exercise
  • KINS 5613 Cardiovascular Response To Exercise
  • KINS 5573 Graded Exercise Testing
  • KINS 5553 Advanced Exercise Physiology
  • KINS 3602 Exercise Physiology
  • KINS 4602 Advanced Exercise Physiology

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