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Kinesiology graduate students present at ASCM

Three Kinesiology graduate students traveled to Denver, Colorado last week for the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting held May 31-June 4. Justin Geijer, Ph.D., Kara Marlatt, M.S., and Meghan McCue, Ph.D., gave presentations at the conference. All are advised by Dr. Don Dengel.

Mr. Geijer and Ms. Marlatt gave their poster presentations on June 1. Mr. Geijer's was on "Comparison of Bone Density Measures in Adults with Down Syndrome, Intellectual Disability, and Non-Disabled Adults." Ms. Marlatt's thematic poster was on, "Endothelium-Independent Dilation in Children and Adolescents." Ms. McCue presented her poster titled "Evaluation of Endothelium-Independent Dilation Using Peripheral Arterial Tonometry" on June 3.

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