Dr. Pauline Entin
Associate Professor of Exercise Science
Department of Biological Sciences
College of Engineering, Forestry and Natural Sciences
Office: Peterson Hall, 203
523-4123
email: Pauline.Entin@nau.edu

Research Interests:
I am interested in the limits to gas exchange (particularly oxygen) at the lung and muscle.
My NIH AREA grant looked at the effects of estrogen on exercise-induced up-regulation of pro-angiogenic (angiogenesis = formation of new capillaries) genes in the hindlimb muscles of female rats.

My current intramural grant focuses on gestational diabetes using a rodent model.

My other reserach interests are in comparative exercise physiology.

Curriculum Vitae (resume)

 

SPRING 2010

BIO 192 & 192H - Introduction to Exercise Science

FS 111 - Horses: Science and Culture



FALL 2009

ON SABBATICAL AT MICHIGAN STATE

SPRING 2009

BIO 192 - Introduction to Exercise Science

FS 111 First Year Seminar - Horses: Science and Culture

 

FALL 2008

BIO 192 - Introduction to Exercise Science

BIO 420C/514 - Advanced Exercise Physiology

OTHER COURSES

BIO 201 - Anatomy and Physiology I (Lecture)

EXS 190 - Introduction to Exercise Science

BIO 698 - Diabetes Etiology and Sequelae - available in VISTA

EXS 336 - Exercise Physiology (Now BIO 338)

EXS 490 - Musculoskeletal exercise testing and prescription

EXS/HP 602 - Research Design

BIO 444C - Human Biology (team taught with Drs. Coast and Lindstedt) - access via VISTA