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Exercise Science Faculty

Joseph L. Andreacci, Ph.D., graduate program coordinator, professor

Office: CEH 124
Email: jandreac@bloomu.edu

Andreacci, who holds degrees from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, B.S.; Bloomsburg University, M.S.; and University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D., teaches graduate courses in Current Issues in Sport and Exercise.

He teaches undergraduate courses in Weight Training and Fitness, Basketball, Exercise and You, Introduction to Exercise Science, Exercise Physiology, First Aid and Safety. His research interests include pediatrics and energy metabolism.

Andreacci's Scholarship and Publications

Kyle Beyer, Ph.D., assistant professor

Office: CEH 130
Email: kbeyer@bloomu.edu

Beyer, who holds degrees from Towson University, B.S., and University of Central Florida, M.S. and Ph.D., teaches graduate courses in Current Issues in Sport and Exercise and undergraduate courses in Kinesiology and Introduction to Exercise Science. His research interests include strength and conditioning, pediatric exercise physiology, and sports science.

Brett Comstock, Ph.D., assistant professor

Office: CEH 131
Email: bcomstock@bloomu.edu

Comstock holds degrees from University of Connecticut (M.A. and Ph.D.) and Denison University (B.S.) and teaches the following undergraduate courses: EXERSCI294 – Resistance Training Techniques, EXERSCI304 – Principles of Resistance Training, EXERSCI380 – Research Methods, EXERSCI477 – Exercise Programming and Prescription. Additionally, Dr. Comstock teaches EXERSCI556 – Muscle Adaptations at the graduate level. His research interests emphasize physiological factors that contribute to human performance optimization, resistance training physiology, and strength and conditioning in a variety of populations.

Comstock is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, American College of Sports Medicine, and American Physiological Society. Further, he serves as a Senior Associate Editor for the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.

Kelly Dauber, Ph.D., assistant professor

Office: CEH 139
Email: kdauber@bloomu.edu

Dauber, who holds degrees from William Smith College, B.S., and Springfield College, M.S. and Ph.D., teaches undergraduate courses in Methods and Materials in Elementary School Physical Education, Psychology of Sport, Aquatic Exercise Prescription, Exercise and You, Lifeguarding, Weight Training and Fitness, Aquatics, Women in Sport and University Seminar.

Her research interests include coaching leadership, physical education pedagogy/teacher preparation, youth sport/exercise and life skills development.

Dauber's Publications and Presentations

Andrea Fradkin, Ph.D., department chairperson, professor

Office: CEH 122
Email: afradkin@bloomu.edu

Fradkin, who holds degrees from Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, B.App.Sci. (Hons) and M.H.Sc.; and Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, Ph.D., teaches graduate courses in Exercise Program Administration and Mechanics of Human Movement.

She teaches undergraduate courses in Tennis, Racquet Sports, Combative Sports, Bowling, Volleyball, Health and Safety in Elementary Education, Kinesiology, Exercise and You, University Seminar, Aquatics, First Aid and Safety, Golf, Jogging and Walking, Research Methods in Exercise Science. Her research interests include injury prevention, biomechanics, epidemiology and performance improvement.

Fradkin's Scholarship and Publications

Luke Haile, Ph.D., assistant professor

Office: CEH 117/118
Email: lhaile@bloomu.edu

Haile earned his BS and MS degrees from Bloomsburg University’s Department of Exercise Science and his PhD from the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Health & Physical Activity. He teaches the graduate classes Clinical Exercise Physiology, Exercise Nutrition & Metabolism, and Electrocardiogram Interpretation & Exercise Testing. He teaches the undergraduate classes Exercise Physiology, Clinical Exercise Physiology, Electrocardiogram Interpretation & Exercise Testing, First Aid & Safety, and Exercise & You. His research interests focus on the measurement of perception and emotion during exercise, their link with cardiovascular and metabolic measures, their use for exercise prescription, and their relation to exercise adherence and the achievement of health-fitness benefits.

Swapan Mookerjee, Ph.D., professor

Office: CEH 125
Email: smookerj@bloomu.edu

Mookerjee, who holds degrees from Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education, Gwalior, India, B.P.E. and M.P.E.; and University of Wisconsin, Ph.D., teaches graduate courses in Research Methods in Exercise Science, Instrumentation and Laboratory Techniques.

He teaches undergraduate courses in Exercise Prescription and Programming, Exercise Physiology I, Exercise Physiology II, Principles of Resistance Training. His research interests include exercise metabolism, strength training and environmental physiology.

Mookerjee's Scholarship and Publications

Meng Ni, PT, Ph.D., assistant professor

Office: CEH 132
Email: mni@bloomu.edu

Ni, who holds degrees from Sun Yat-sen University, China, BS in Rehabilitation Medicine, and University of Miami, Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology and had a postdoctoral fellow position at Harvard Medical School, teaches courses in Research Methods in Exercise Science, Exercise Prescription for Special Populations, and Adults Health and Development. Her research interests include geriatric and neuro-rehabilitation.

Noah Wasielewski, Ph.D., assistant professor

Office: NFH 251
Email: nwasiele@bloomu.edu

Wasielewski, who holds degrees from Slippery Rock University, B.S.; Auburn University, M.S.; and the University of Oregon, Ph.D., teaches graduate courses in Therapeutic Modalities, Introduction to Athletic Training, Supervised Clinical II and Pathophysiology/Pharmacology.

He teaches undergraduate courses in Team Sports, Exercise and You, and Care and Prevention of Musculoskeletal Injuries.