Alicia Lacy, PhD, ATC
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Nathanial R. Eckert, PhD
Teaching/Research Associate Professor at University of Indianapolis specializing in exercise physiology, neuroscience, and motor control. My research interest is on understanding neurophysiological mechanisms that are associated with acute and chronic pain and its influence on motor control. My current research focus is on understanding the pain response (acute/dynamic) in young healthy adults compared with aging and/or clinical populations, specifically focusing on spinal and supraspinal mechanisms and interactions. Additionally, I wish to investigate the influence of exercise on these mechanisms and as an intervention strategy for pain and other clinical populations.
Ed Jones, PT, DHSc
Jessica Keller, dat, lat, atc
Noelle M. Selkow, PhD, ATC
Dr. Noelle Selkow is the current Director of Graduate Studies for Illinois State University, overseeing all graduate programs for the university. In 2011, she was hired as an assistant professor for the athletic training program at ISU, becoming a full professor in 2021. Dr. Selkow serves as the Director of Graduate Athletic Training Education for the post-professional program, having taught courses in manual therapy, evidence based medicine, and advanced assessment techniques. Her research interests include the assessment of blood flow using diagnostic ultrasound, cryotherapy, and muscle energy technique.
Lindsey Sell, PA-C, ATC