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Project Coordinators


Pregnancy Functional Resistance for Strength Study (PRESS)

Ashley Frichtl

(Project Coordinator)

Ashley is a Senior undergraduate student majoring in Kinesiology with a minor in Human Development. Ashley is planning on becoming a cardiac rehabilitation therapist or prosthetic/orthotics rehabilitation therapist. She is also the coordinator for the PRESS study at WSU. PRESS is an exercise intervention study examining the potential benefits of functional resistance training in the late second and early third trimester of pregnancy. If you are interested in participating in the study, or know of someone who may be interested, you can contact Ashley at ashley.frichtl@wsu.edu.

Pregnancy, Health, and Motherhood Study (PHaM)

Zoe Wright Osborn

(Project Coordinator)

Zoe is a Junior undergraduate student majoring in biology with a minor in psychology. Zoe is working towards becoming a Physician Assistant, with the hope of specializing in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Zoe is the project coordinator for the Pregnancy, Health, and Motherhood Study. If you are interested in participating in this study, you can contact Zoe at zoe.wrightosborn@wsu.edu.

 

 

 

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANTS


NOT PICTURED:

Alexa Dannels, Angela Ferrier, Braun Inslee, Cameron Chase, Emily Weible, Hailey Bruce, Kyauna Southam, Faye Laforteza, Mady Graf, Ryan Joiner, Sara Thompson, Spencer Matt


  JOIN THE EPPL

 

Individuals interested in becoming a research assistant are expected to commit multiple hours per week to the laboratory.  EPPL personnel receive professional training with respect to operating laboratory equipment and administering exercise protocols.  In addition to assisting with exercise testing, those working in the laboratory may assume various laboratory roles, including serving as a public relations specialist, weekly meeting coordinator, or laboratory technician.  All EPPL personnel are encouraged to become actively involved in the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) at both the regional and national levels and may have the opportunity to present research findings at the annual meetings.  If interested in working in the EPPL as a graduate or an undergraduate assistant, email Dr. Connolly to set up an appointment.


PHONE   (509) 335-9658   •   EMAIL   eppl@wsu.edu   •   LOCATION   Smith Gym 70, Pullman, WA 99164

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