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Biltz presents at International Symposium

BiltzG-2009.jpgDr. George Biltz, Kinesiology lecturer in human physiology and exercise science, gave a talk this past week at the 27th International Symposium of European Group of Pediatric Work Physiology in Mawgan Porth, United Kingdom. His topic was, "RER variability analysis by sample entropy: Comparing trained and untrained adolescent female soccer players."

Dr. Biltz has also had a monograph printed:

Biltz, GR, Unnithan VB, Brown SR*, Marwood S, Roche DM, Garrard M, Holloway K: RER variability analysis by sample entropy: Comparing trained and untrained adolescent female soccer players. In: Williams CA, Armstrong N (eds.), Children and Exercise XXVII: The Proceedings of the XXVIIth International Symposium of the European Group of
Pediatrics Work Physiology
, September, 2011, 121-125. 2012. Oxon, England:
Routledge.

Kinesiology PhD student in exercise physiology, Scott Brown, is an author on the monograph.

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