Kathleen Carter

Kathleen Carter
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Assistant Professor

Department of Health & Sport Sciences
Room 105B - SAC E
kapick01 @ louisville.edu

Dr. Carter's Curriculum Vitae

Academic Background

  • Ph.D. Motor Development and Adapted Physical Education, University of Georgia
  • M.B.A. Brenau University
  • M.S. Exercise Science, University of Louisville
  • B.S. Dietetics, Miami University

Teaching Areas

  • Sport Nutrition
  • Principles of Exercise Testing and Prescription
  • Exercise Physiology Clinical Internship
  • Practicum in Health and Human Performance

Research Areas

  • Sport Nutrition
  • Health and Intellectual Disability

Recent Publications

  • Caruso, J., Voor, M., Jaggers, J., Symons T., Stith, J., Bai, L., Selimovic, E., Carter, K. & Jennifer Daily. Musculoskeletal outcomes from chronic high-speed high-impulse resistance exercise. International Journal of Sports Medicine, in press.
  • Carter, K., Roberts, A., Sunderman, S., & Wooten-Burnett, S. (2016). Effect of Taekwondo Training on Strength and Balance of Adults with Down Syndrome. International Association of Scientific Study of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities World Congress, Melbourne, AU, August.
  • Carter, K., McCully, K., Ware, M., Falls, D. (2018). Using university students to provide community-based physical activity programs for individuals with special needs. Southeast Chapters of the American College of Sports Medicine. Chattanooga, TN. (refereed symposium presentation)
  • Bai, L., Selimovic, E.A., Mueller, R., Beatty, S., Carter, K., Symons, T.B., Pantalos, G., Caruso, J.F. (2018). Optimal load for high-speed exercise. Southeast Chapters of the American College of Sports Medicine. Chattanooga, TN. (refereed poster)