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Biodynamics and Human Performance Center Awarded $9,965 Grant

The Biodynamics and Human Performance Center on Georgia Southern University’s Armstrong Campus has been awarded a $9,965 internal grant from the Faculty Research Committee for a research project titled “Heart Rate Variability: A Versatile Health Biomarker.”

The project will be led by Department of Health Sciences and Kinesiology faculty members Bryan Riemann, Ph.D., Greg Grosicki, Ph.D., and Andrew Flatt, Ph.D. They will aim to optimize heart rate variability (HRV) assessment protocol and explore associations between HRV and a variety of health- and fitness-related measures. 

Located in the Waters College of Health Professions, the Biodynamics and Human Performance Center is dedicated to providing high-quality education, research and service activities related to the study of human movement.


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