Emily S Kullman, Ph.D.
 Title: Associate Professor
 Dept: Health Sciences and Human Perform
 Office: JH 152
 Phone: 216-687-4854
 Email: E.KULLMAN@csuohio.edu
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. JH 152, Cleveland, OH 44115

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B.S., Exercise Science, Miami University, 2003
M.Ed., Exercise Science, Cleveland State University, 2005
Ph.D., Human Bioenergetics, Ball State University, 2008
Brief Bio:
Dr. Kullman is faculty in CSUs Department of Health and Human Performance where she teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses in Exercise Science. She has been involved in research spanning several disciplines within the realm of exercise physiology, including spaceflight, muscle physiology, sports performance, exercise and cancer, obesity, nutrition and metabolism.  Her future research interests include: 1. The role of exercise on cancer prevention, treatment, and recovery; 2. Exercise immunology; 3. Alternative treatments for obesity; 4. Sports performance.

Outside of CSU, Dr. Kullman enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, as well as running, cycling, swimming, hiking, traveling, being involved in local charity and sports events, and cheering on the Cleveland Browns and Indians.
Honors and Awards:
2017: Undergraduate Summer Research Award: Go Skate! The physiological responses and perception of training on inline skates, E. Kullman, K. Fondran, K. Sparks
2016: College of Education and Human Services Technology Award
2015: Cleveland State University Faculty Scholarship Initiative Award: The efficacy of whole-body suspension training on enhancing functional movement abilities following a supervised or home-based training program, E. Kullman
2014: Undergraduate Summer Research Award: Comparison of electronic and mechanical handgrip devices in lowering blood pressure, E. Lam, E. Kullman, K. Sparks
2014: Undergraduate Summer Research Award: Fun versus practical: Physiological responses and preference of exercise equipment, K. Sparks, E. Kullman, E. Lam
2012: Caregiver Celebration Honors Award, Cleveland Clinic Clinical Research Unit
2010-2012: Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NIH-NRSA T32) Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute
2009: Mississippi University for Women Faculty Research Award
2005-2008: Graduate Research Assistantship, Ball State University
2003-2005: Graduate Teaching and Research Assistantship, Cleveland State University
Professional Affiliations:
American Physiological Society
National Strength and Conditioning Association
American College of Sports Medicine Midwest Chapter
Professional Service:
TRX Functional Training Certification
Functional Movement Screen Level 1 Certification
Human Participant Protections and Education for Research Teams, National Institutes of Health and National Cancer Institute
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength and Conditioning Association
Certified Personal Trainer, National Strength and Conditioning Association
CPR/AED/First Aid  American Red Cross