Christopher Black, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor | Exercise Physiology | Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION
B.A., Biology, Hendrix College
M.S., Exercise Physiology, University of Georgia
Ph.D., Exercise Physiology, University of Georgia

RESEARCH INTERESTS
• Neuromuscular function during and following exercise
• Causes and performance consequences of exercise-induced muscle pain
• Psychobiological mechanisms of pain and the use of exercise to treat chronic pain conditions

For more information about Dr. Black's research, visit the Sensory and Muscle Function Lab.

COURSES TAUGHT
HES 3813 - Principles of Health and Fitness
HES 5823 - Advanced Exercise Physiology
HES 6970 - Graduate Seminar

CONTACT INFORMATION
Chris Black, Ph.D.
Department of Health and Exercise Science
University of Oklahoma
1401 Asp Avenue
Huston Huffman Center, Room 110
Norman, OK 73019-6081

Phone: (405) 325-7668 | Fax: (405) 325-0594 | Email
: cblack@ou.edu