David Nichols, Ph.D.
Office: PH 208L
- 1996, Ph.D., Exercise Physiology, Texas Woman's University, Dept. of Kinesiology
- 1992, M.S., Exercise Physiology, Texas Woman's University, Dept. of Kinesiology
- 1988, BS, Physical Education, Central State University, Dept. of Physical Education
- 2006-present: Associate Professor & Graduate Coordinator, Dept. of Kinesiology, Texas Woman's University. Tenured in 2006.
- 2001-2006: Assistant Professor & Graduate Coordinator, Dept. of Kinesiology, Texas Woman's University
- 1998-2001: Assistant Research Professor, Institute for Women’s Health, Texas Woman's University
- 1996-1998: Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Center for Research on Women’s Health, Texas Woman's University
- 1993-1996:Graduate Research Assistant, Texas Woman's University
- Exercise, Nutrition, and Hormonal Relationships to Bone Mineral Density
- Childhood Obesity
- Nichols, D.L. (200x). Osteoporosis. In Ehrman, J., Gordon, P., Visich, P. & Keteyian, S.(Eds), Clinical Exercise Physiology. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics (in press).
- Nichols, D.L., Horea, M.A., & Jackson, E. (2002). Osteoporosis. In Myers, J.N., Herbert, W.G., & Humphrey, R. (Eds), ACSM’s Resources for Clinical Exercise Physiology (pp. 139-151). Baltimore, MD: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.
- Nichols, D.L., Sanborn, C.F. & Love, A.M. (2001). Resistance training and bone mineral density in adolescent females. Journal of Pediatrics 139, 494-499.
- Nichols, D.L., Sanborn, C.F., & Bonnick, S.L. (2000). Bone Health and Osteoporosis. Clinics in Sports Medicine 19, 233-249.
- KINS 6143 Research Designs
- KINS 5583 Hormonal Response to Exercise
- KINS 5553 Advanced Exercise Physiology
- KINS 5043 Statistical Inference
- KINS 5033 Applied Statistics
- KINS 5023 Methods of Research
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