Two Kinesiology PhD students receive CHS Research Awards

Graduate students in the PhD Health Sciences program Reshma James and Mukta Joshi each received a CHS Student Research Award. James received $1,392 to work on the project, “Determining the Potential Benefits of High-intensity Interval Training on Cognitive Function in Older Adults.” Joshi’s project, “Hand Motor Control and Motor Unit Activity in Young and Older Adults,” received $1,500. Congratulations to the students and their respective advisors Associate Professor Jinsung Wang, PhD and Associate Professor Kevin Keenan, PhD.

Originally published February 15, 2019 on the CHS news page.