UC Davis physiologist Sue Bodine in her campus lab is one of two UCD researchers who received $2.3 million from the National Institutes of Health to study how exercise affects the tissue, muscle and organs in rats. It’s part of a six-year national study on exercise physiology using human and animal participants.
UC Davis physiologist Sue Bodine in her campus lab is one of two UCD researchers who received $2.3 million from the National Institutes of Health to study how exercise affects the tissue, muscle and organs in rats. It’s part of a six-year national study on exercise physiology using human and animal participants. DAVID SLIPHER College of Biological Sciences, UC Davis
UC Davis physiologist Sue Bodine in her campus lab is one of two UCD researchers who received $2.3 million from the National Institutes of Health to study how exercise affects the tissue, muscle and organs in rats. It’s part of a six-year national study on exercise physiology using human and animal participants. DAVID SLIPHER College of Biological Sciences, UC Davis

Why is exercise good for us? UC Davis gets $2.3 million to study how it really works inside the human body

December 19, 2016 08:00 AM

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