Paul M. Vanderburgh
Associate Provost, Graduate Academic Affairs
School of Education and Health Sciences: Health and Sports Science
- Ed.D., Applied Physiology Columbia University New York, NY 1992
- Ed.M., Applied Physiology Columbia University New York, NY 1991
- M.A., Physical Education University of Georgia Athens, GA 1988
- B.S., Aerospace Engineering United States Military Academy West Point, NY 1982
- Fellow, American College of Sports Medicine
- Member, Council of Graduate Schools
- Math Modeling of Human Performance
- Vanderburgh, P. (2012). Body mass bias in exercise physiology. In An International Perspective on Topics in Sports Medicine and Sports Injury. Zaslav K., Ed. In-Tech Publishers, pp.99-112.
- March, D., Vanderburgh, P., Titlebaum, P., & Hoops, M. (2011). Age, sex, and finish time as determinants of pacing in the marathon. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 25(2), 386–391. View abstract >>
- Vanderburgh, P., Mickley, N., Anloague, P., & Lucius, K. (2011). Load carriage distance run and pushups tests: No body mass bias and occupationally relevant. Military Medicine. 176(9):1032-1036.