Associate professor of exercise science
College of Health Sciences
Dr. Sandra Hunter, associate professor of exercise science, specializes in muscle fatigue. She studies the impact of stress on neuromuscular function and muscle fatigue, the neural control of muscle fatigue and task failure with age, sex and task differences in muscle fatigue of young and older adults, and adaptations of neuromuscular aging. Her honors include the Judith A. Stitt Woman Faculty Scholar Award from the Wisconsin Women's Health Foundation and Marquette’s Way Klingler Young Scholar Award.
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