Hannah Zabriskie, M.S.

Lecturer

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Contact Info

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Burdick Hall, 131 J
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Mon./Wed./Fri. 1-2 p.m.

Education

M.S., Human Performance Emphasis in Exercise Physiology, Lindenwood University, 2019

B.S., Human Movement Science, Utah State University, 2015

B.S., Statistics, Utah State University, 2015

Areas of Expertise

Hannah Zabriskie is a lecturer for Exercise Science courses in the Department of Kinesiology at Towson University. Zabriskie most recently coordinated research in the Exercise and Performance Nutrition Laboratory located at Lindenwood University. She has also coordinated NIH-funded research at Washington University in St. Louis. Zabriskie has been involved in the teaching of human physiology, exercise physiology, and research methods courses in the past.

Select Publications

  • Zabriskie HA, Currier BS, Harty PH, Stecker RS, Jagim AR, Kerksick CM. Energy status and body composition across a collegiate women’s lacrosse season. Nutrients. 2019;11(2).
  • Harty P, Zabriskie HA*, Stecker RA, Currier B, Moon JM, Jagim AR, Kerksick CM. Upper and lower thresholds of fat-free mass index in a large cohort of female collegiate athletes. J Sport Sci. 2019 Jun 25:1-8. (*denotes authors contributed equally to this work)
  • Watson AD, Zabriskie HA, Witherbee KE, Sulavik A, Gieske BT, Kerksick CM. Determining a resting metabolic rate prediction equation for collegiate female athletes. J Strength Cond Res. Epub 2019 Feb 6.
  • Harty PH, Zabriskie HA*, Erickson JL, Molling PE, Kerksick CM, Jagim AR. Multi-ingredient pre-workout supplements, safety implications, and performance outcomes: a brief review. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 2018;15(1):41. (*denotes authors contributed equally to this work)

Research

  • Female Athletes

  • Energy Balance

  • Body Composition 

  • Autonomic Recovery from Exercise

Courses Taught

  • KNES 297 FOUNDATIONS OF EXERCISE SCIENCE