Jay Campbell, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor | Exercise Physiology | Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION
B.S., Human Performance, University of Alabama
M.S., Exercise Physiology, University of Alabama
Ph.D., Exercise Physiology, Springfield College/University of Alabama

RESEARCH INTERESTS
• GPS-based tracking (accelerations, decelerations, player load,
  change of direction imbalances)
• Biochemical recovery status and heart rate variability based
  assessment of nervous system readiness
• Recovery modalities including cryotherapy, manual therapy, sleep monitoring, and nutritional
  interventions for performance enhancement/recovery
• Thermoregulation in hot, humid working/competition environments including assessment
  of microenvironment and clothing properties

For more information about Dr. Campbell's research, visit the
Sport Performance Analytics Lab.

COURSES TAUGHT
HES 3803 - Exercise Physiology for Non-HES Majors
HES 3823 - Exercise Physiology
HES 3843 - Biomechanics
HES 3893 - Facts and Fallacies of Exercise and Nutrition for Non-HES Majors
HES 4823 - Sport and Exercise Nutrition

CONTACT INFORMATION
Jay Campbell, Ph.D.
Department of Health and Exercise Science
University of Oklahoma
1401 Asp Avenue
Huston Huffman Center, Room 106
Norman, OK 73019-6081

Phone: (405) 325-6905 | Fax: (405) 325-0594 | Email:
jcampbell21@ou.edu