Military and First Responder Health and Performance

Sports are not the only area where performance is critically important. To military service persons, health and performance are paramount to ensuring their safety and well-being when serving their country. Research and innovation in military health and performance encompasses several different areas including optimizing physical performance, addressing mental performance, understanding unique physical demands of the field, and figuring out how to best train to meet those unique demands. 

Lead Researcher:
Brian Schilling, Ph.D.
brian.schilling@unlv.edu
https://www.unlv.edu/people/brian-schilling

Researchers

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BarrNicholas
Assistant Professor
Social Work
Greenspun College of Urban Affairs
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DaiChia-Liang
Assistant Professor, Health Education
Teaching and Learning
College of Education
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LeeHyunhwa
Assistant Professor
Nutrition and Health
School of Integrated Health Sciences
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LeeSzu-Ping
Associate Professor
Physical Therapy
School of Integrated Health Sciences
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McGinnisGraham
Assistant Professor
Kinesiology and Nutrition Sciences
School of Integrated Health Sciences
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OrrDaniel
Clinical Professor
Surgery
UNLV School of Medicine
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PhelpsMartha
Assitant Professor-in-Residence
Political Science
College of Liberal Arts
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SchillingBrianProfessor
Kinesiology and Nutrition Sciences
School of Integrated Health Sciences
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