Jeremy sees IHMC as a great environment for impact in doing what he loves.
“Working with the HRP team will provide a great opportunity to do what I enjoy, conduct meaningful research that will help improve human health and physical capabilities,” he says.
His research falls into two main areas: understanding the physiological and biological impact of exercise, and supporting data management to improve how we collect and analyze that data.
He wants to pair his strengths in statistics and data management with an understanding of what influences a person’s ability to positively respond to exercise training, such as nutrition, recovery, and exercise prescription.
“I saw IHMC’s commitment to be a leader in the field of human health and performance,” he says. “I also loved the streamlined structure and the talented group of research scientists/support staff at IHMC.”
He completed his master’s and doctoral training in Kinesiology/Exercise Physiology from Auburn University. Prior to coming to IHMC, Jeremy served as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Center for Exercise Medicine.