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

Effects of agility training on Soldiers in a warrior transition battalion: A proof of concept study. Carter, K., Franz, C., Saprano, M., Shepard, D., Swank, A. Journal of Archives of Military Medicine. 4(3), e39480, 2016.

The effect of Protandim supplementation on athletic performance and oxidative blood markers in runners. Ueberschlag, S., Seay, J., Roberts, A., DeSpirito, P., Stith, J., Folz, R., Carter, K., Weiss, E., Zavorsky, G. Public Library of Science. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0160559, 8/2016.

Carter, K., Horvat, M. The effect of taekwondo training on strength and balance of young adults with Down syndrome. Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities. 13(2), 2016.

Carter, K., Swank, A. Exercise testing and prescription considerations for individuals with an intellectual disability. ACSM Health and Fitness Journal, 18(2), 37-38, 2014

Horvat, M., Croce, R., Zagrodnik, J., Brooks, B., Carter, K. Spatial and Temporal Variability of Movement Parameters in Individuals with Down Syndrome. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 114(3), 774-782, 2012