Yunsuk Koh, Ph.D.
School of Education, HHPR
One Bear Place #97313
Waco, TX 76798-7313
Office: Rena Marrs McLean Gymnasium 121
E-mail: Yunsuk Koh@baylor.edu
Doctoral of Philosophy in Exercise Science, emphasis in Exercise Physiology with Nutrition minor. Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX. 2008
Master of Science in Exercise Science, emphasis in Exercise Physiology. Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS. 2002.
Master of Physical Education in Physical Education, emphasis in Exercise Physiology. Kangwon National University, Kangwon, Korea. 1999.
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering. Samchok National University, Kangwon, Korea. 1996.
Yunsuk Koh, Rick Carter, Daniel Chilek, and Douglas Boatwright. A Single Bout of Exercise Altered Lipoprotein Fractions in Postmenopausal Women with Elevated Cholesterol. Gazzeta Medica Italiana. 172(6), 495-502. 2013.
Rick Carter, Brian Tiep, and Yunsuk Koh. Spirometry as Part of the Management Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Screening. Respiratory Therapy: The Journal for Respiratory Care Practitioners. (9), 8-11. 2013.
Yunsuk Koh and Joshua Miller. Power-based Resistance Training Reduced Oxidized Low Density Lipoprotein in Athletes. International Journal of Sports Science. 2(5), 61-67, 2012
Douglas Boatwright and Yunsuk Koh. Pregame Meal and Performance. Journal of Texas Coach. (8), 32-33, 2011.
Rick Carter, Brittnee Rodriquez, Jim Williams, Yunsuk Koh and Dan Chilek. Respiratory Muscle Training in Patients with COPD. Respiratory Therapy: The Journal for Respiratory Care Practitioners. (7), 8-13, 2011.
Yunsuk Koh, Vic Ben-Ezra, Kyle Biggerstaff, and David Nichols. Responses of Blood Lipids and Lipoproteins to Extended-Release Niacin and Exercise in Sedentary, Postmenopausal Women. Journal of Gerontology: Biological Sciences, 65(9), 924-32, doi: 10.1093/gerona/glq097. 2010.
University Merit Awards. Lamar University. 2013.
Who's Who in America 2011-2012. Marquis Who's Who Publication. 2011.
Highlighted Member of the Year. Texas Chapter of American College of Sports Medicine (TACSM). 2011.
Who's Who Among Graduate Students in American Universities and Colleges, 2008.
Chancellor's Student Research Scholars Award, Texas Woman's University, 2007.
Research Development Award in Doctoral Category, Texas Chapter of American College of Sports Medicine (TACSM), 2007.
Sanborn Scholarship Award, Texas Woman's University, 2007.
Manuscript Award, Texas Chapter of American College of Sports Medicine (TACSM), 2006.
My research interests include the role of exercise and obesity on risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD) and metabolic syndrome. More specifically, my research topics are focused on the effects of exercise interventions on blood lipid and lipoprotein metabolism related to atherosclerotic events in overweight and obese individuals or patients with CVD by examining the responses of pro-inflammatory biomarkers including monocyte, macrophage, Lp(a), CRP, and oxidized LDL (ox-LDL) along with its biochemical mediators such as lipoxygenase and myeloperoxidase.
HP 1420 Human Anatomy
HP 2306 Anatomical Kinesiology