Davidson, Lance

Exercise Sciences

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271  SFH
Provo, UT 84602
(801) 422-2984

Assistant Professor

Curriculum Vitae

 Teaching Interests
Exercise physiology, Exercise Prescription
 Research Interests
Obesity Cormorbidities
Long-Term Bariatric Surgery Outcomes
Assessment of Fitness/Body Composition/Metabolism
Exercise Interventions for Obesity and Chronic Disease
 Education
  • Master of Science, Clinical Investigation, University of Utah School of Medicine, 2013
  • Master of Science, Exercise Science, Brigham Young University, 2002
  • Bachelor of Science, Physical Education, Brigham Young University, 2000
 Experience

Academic - Post-Secondary
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Utah, 2013-Present
  • Research Assistant Professor, University of Utah, 2011-2013
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Utah, 2010-2011
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Brigham Young University, 2007-2008

 Memberships
  • The Obesity Society (TOS), 2001-Present
  • American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), 1999-Present
  • Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS), 2010-2016
  • Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP), 2002-2009
 Courses Taught

Winter 2017
  • EXSC 463: Exercise Physiology Section 001
  • EXSC 468: Problems in Exercise Prsrptn Section 001
  • EXSC 497R: Undergrad Research & Study Section 006
  • EXSC 699R: Master's Thesis Section 012
Fall 2016
  • EXSC 463: Exercise Physiology Section 001, 005
  • EXSC 468: Problems in Exercise Prsrptn Section 001
  • EXSC 497R: Undergrad Research & Study Section 008
  • EXSC 699R: Master's Thesis Section 005
  • STAC 146: Racquetball, Beginning Section 010
Summer 2016
  • EXSC 463: Exercise Physiology Section 001
  • EXSC 497R: Undergrad Research & Study Section 003
Spring 2016
  • EXSC 497R: Undergrad Research & Study Section 005

Selected Publications

Journal Articles

Masterson T, Kirwan CB, Davidson LE, LeCheminant JD. 2016. Neural reactivity to visual food stimuli is reduced in some areas of the brain during evening hours compared to morning: an fMRI study in women. Brain Imaging and Behavior. 10(1):68-78.

Davidson LE, Kelley DE, Heshka S, Thornton J, Pi-Sunyer FX, Boxt L, Balasubramanyam A, Gallagher D. 2014. Skeletal muscle and organ masses differ in overweight adults with type 2 diabetes. J Appl Physiol (1985). 117(4):377-82. <website> doi:10.1152/japplphysiol.01095.2013

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