Assistant Professor of Exercise and Sport Physiology
BA, Lehigh University; MS, Bridgewater State University; PhD, Springfield College
About Ryanne Carmichael
Ryanne Carmichael holds a doctorate degree in Exercise Physiology from Springfield College. Her research interests include performance enhancement in endurance sports like triathlon, cycling, and cyclocross. Dr. Carmichael’s research interests developed not only through study in exercise physiology, but also through her experience as a practitioner; she competes in triathlon and coaches the sport. She hopes her research exploring performance issues specific to endurance sports will inspire and engage her students to begin to investigate areas of their own interest within the field of Exercise Science.
At PSU, Dr. Carmichael directs the Human Performance Laboratory and teaches in the Exercise and Sport Physiology program of the Health and Human Performance Department.
Carmichael, R. (2011). Training the Female Athlete. Presentation given at the National Strength and Conditioning Association Northeast Conference, Westfield, MA.
Carmichael, R. (2010). Strength and Conditioning for Endurance Athletes. Presentation given at the National Strength and Conditioning Association Northeast Conference, West Lebanon, NH.
Carmichael, R, Caulfield, S., Cooper, K., & Nutting, M. (2010). Training from the Ground Up. Presentation given at the New England Health, Racquet, and Sportsclub Association and National Strength and Conditioning Association Northeast Conference, Ledyard, CT.
PE 3580 Physiology of Exercise
PE 3750 Physiology of Exercise Laboratory
PE 4770 Cardiovascular Physiology
PE 4790 Exercise Biochemistry
PE 4805 Senior Research