Justin Nicoll earned his PhD at the University of Kansas. While completing his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees he was a hammer thrower for the track & field team at the University of Rhode Island. While at the University of Kansas, he investigated cell signaling and endocrine responses to overtraining and chronic resistance exercise adaptation. His research interests seek to elucidate the role of endocrine and cell signaling responses to resistance exercise that regulate skeletal muscle metabolism, hypertrophy and strength adaptation.
- Ph.D. Exercise Physiology 2018, University of Kansas
- M.S. Exercise Science 2014, University of Rhode Island
- B.S. Exercise Science 2012, University of Rhode Island
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