Barbara Warren

Barbara WarrenProfessor, Exercise Science
BS, Southwest Missouri State University, 1973
MS, PhD, Indiana University, 1974, 1982

 

AREAS OF TEACHING: Anatomy, Biomechanics, Junior and Senior Research, and Sports Injuries

  • Fall Schedule - EXSC 222 Human Anatomy; EXSC 490 Senior Research Thesis
  • Spring Schedule - EXSC 327 Evaluation of Sports Injuries; EXSC 336 Biomechanics; EXSC 490 Senior Research Thesis

 

AREAS OF INTEREST:

 Isokinetic testing procedures and biomechanics of sports injuries.

 

RECENT RESEARCH:

Presentation at International Society of Biomechanics In Sports, “Reproducibility of Concentric and Eccentric Peak Torque in Females”, Poitiers, France  June 30, 2015

Presentation at American College of Sports Medicine “Reproducibility of Peak Torque Using a CYBEX Norm Dynamometer”San Diego, CA May 27, 2015

Presentation at American College of Sports Medicine Conference, “Assessment of feedback on peak torque in female athletes”, (1st author with Sarah Moody), Indianapolis, IN, May 31, 2013.

Presentation at American College of Sports Medicine Conference, “Effect of feedback on peak torque in a female population”,  (1st author with Danika Evans), San Francisco, CA, May 31, 2012.            

Presentation at American College of Sports Medicine Conference, “The relationship between dynamic balance and isokinetic ankle strength in college female athletes”,  (2nd author with Danika Evans), San Francisco,

Presentation at International Society of Biomechanics Conference, "Comparison of Male and Female Peak Torque Using a Variable Number of Repetitions", Limerick, Ireland, August 17-21, 2009.

Presentation at American College of Sports Medicine Conference, "Effect of Variable Repetitions on Peak Torque in Male and Female Athletes", Seattle, WA, May 29, 2009.

Presentation at XXV International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports, "Comparison of Peak Torque Values When Using Rest Periods Counterbalanced Within and Between Velocity Sets", Ouro Preto, Brazil, August 27, 2007.

Presentation at American College of Sports Medicine Conference,  "Minimum Rest Period For Peak Torque Recovery During Isokinetic Testing", New Orleans, LA, May 30-June 2, 2007.

 

JOURNAL ARITICLES:

Blazquez, I., Warren, B. L., O’Hanlon, A., & Silvestri, L. (2013). An adequate interset rest period for strength recovery during a common isokinetic test.  Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 27(7), 1981-1987.

 

 Dr. Warren was a professor at the University of New Orleans for 24 years.  After Hurricane Katrina, she applied for and was offered the position of Professor and Department Chair of Exercise Science at the University of Puget Sound.  In August of 2006 she moved to Tacoma, WA and began her career at UPS.  Since that time she has had several students who have received summer research grants and completed senior theses.  Each of these students has presented their work at conferences such as American College of Sports Medicine or International Society of Biomechanics in Sports.  Dr. Warren intends to continue her line of research in isokinetic testing protocols as well as teaching classes in anatomy, biomechanics, research, sports injuries, and others.  She avidly exercises, enjoys watching college sports, volunteers for Habitat for Humanity, reads as often as possible, gardens, and continues to enjoy life in the northwest.