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Brian C. Clark, Ph.D.,
Professor of Physiology and Neuroscience in the Department of
Biomedical Sciences and the Executive Director of OMNI

 

Dr. Clark is a professor of physiology and neuroscience in the Department of Biomedical Sciences. He received his doctorate from Syracuse University, and he currently has, or has previously held, funding from agencies such as NASA, NIH, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundations, the American College of Sports Medicine, the Mal de Debarquement Syndrome Balance Disorder Foundation, and the American Osteopathic Association. He has expertise in translational human physiology and clinical trials. Dr. Clark has published more than 70 scholarly articles and book chapters, and has secured and managed more than $10 million in extramural grants. The overarching goal of Dr. Clark's research is to develop effective and implementable interventions that increase muscle function (e.g., muscle strength, motor control, fatigue-resistance) and physical performance in older adults or patients of any age who have orthopedic and neurologic disabilities for preventative and rehabilitation medicine.

To view his publications please link to PubMed. (Please note that there is more than one BC Clark referenced on MedLine and as such not all of the referenced articles were published by Dr. Clark.)

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