Jessica Gibb

Jessica Schilero

Jessica Gibb's curriculum vitae [PDF]

Educational Background

  • American College of Sports Medicine, Health Fitness Specialist
  • MS, in Exercise Physiology, concentration in Strength and Conditioning, University of Louisville, 2011
  • BS, in Exercise Physiology, Ohio University, 2008

Teaching Areas

  • Lab Methods in Exercise Physiology
  • Introduction to Exercise Science
  • Health/Fitness Lab Instructor

Research Areas

  • Childhood Obesity
  • Effects of Menthol Treatment on Strength and Blood Flow
  • Improve Fitness in Individuals with Downs Syndrome

Honors & Awards

  • Dean’s Graduate Citation Award Winner – University of Louisville; 2011
  • Outstanding Graduate in Exercise Physiology Major; College of Health and Human Services – Ohio University; 2008
  • Alpha Lambda Delta; Freshman Honors Society – Ohio University; 2005

Professional Activities

  • Schilero, J., Winchester, L., Topp, R., & Jacks, D. Effect of 3.5% and 10% Concentration Topical Menthol on Peripheral Blood Flow and Strength. Annual Meeting of the Southeast Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine. Greenville, South Carolina, February 3-5, 2011.
  • Schilero, J. A. Bemiss, L. Lukins, D. Jacks. The Use of Whole Body Vibration to Improve Fitness in Individuals with Down Syndrome. Annual Meeting, Southeast American College of Sports Medicine Conference, Greenville, SC; February 2010.
  • Topp, R., Winchester, L., Schilero, J., Abi-Nader, P., Gibb, A., and Jacks, D. The Effects of Dose and Application of Menthol on Local and Systemic Strength and Blood Flow, TheraBand Research Advisory Council, Athens, Greece, July 19-21, 2010.

Publications

  • Topp, R., Winchester, L., Topp, R., Schilero, J. & Jacks, D. The Effects of Topical Menthol on Ipsi- and Contra- Lateral Arterial Blood Flow Following Acute Exercise.