ETC Lab's Director, Dr. Sean Mullen (Principal Investigator), and his co-Investigator, Dr. Laura Rice, were awarded ~$30K for their grant proposal entitled, "Feasibility and Preliminary Efficacy of the Home Ecological Application of Thermotherapy, Walking and Vascular Effects (HEAT WAVE) Study." The
On average, it takes 17 years before research churns into policy. We cannot waste 17 seconds on debating these facts. It is our hope that this information will encourage readers to take every precaution to avoid infection from SARS2/COVID. The massive amounts of misinformation and lack of coverage
On January 23rd, Dr. Mullen and several members of his lab started the "Gustav Challenge." In 1857, Gustav (56 years old at the time) published a self-study of his personal muscular endurance gains. For 60 straight days, approximately 2 hours after breakfast, he performed maximum repetitions of
Dr. Mullen has been awarded $5,000 funding for the Broadening Inclusion Grant for his proposal: A New Start to TIPSTART with a Diversified Stride by The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Today, Dr. Mullen was appointed, "Center for Social and Behavioral Science Affiliate." CSBS Affiliates are expected to participate in research and program activities at the CSBS including playing a key role in our workshops, summits, reviewing small grant applications, and identifying future
Dr. Mullen was appointed faculty affiliate of the Games Studies & Design program. The research conducted by the ETC Lab and Mullen's courses (KIN 247: Intro to Sport Psychology, KIN 474: Tech-Driven Health, KIN 594: Play for Health) intersect well with the new minor. We hope the new minor and
Drs. Cohen and Mullen were interviewed about the RACER study which tested preliminary effects of combined aerobic and relaxation in a sample of breast cancer survivors. The study is published in the journal, Psycho-Oncology.
Dr. Mullen received $20,000 from the Center for Social & Behavioral Sciences to study a novel multi-modal Intervention targeting mental health among first-generation college students