Gary McCall

Gary McCall

Professor, Exercise Science

Gary McCall’s research work explores the mechanisms involved in regulating neuromuscular and metabolic function, through physical activity. He has a special interest in the effects of exercise and inactivity on skeletal muscle and metabolic functions related to chronic diseases, such as obesity, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. McCall has published numerous articles in professional journals, including "VEGF expression during acute hypertrophy is muscle-specific and localizes as a sarcomeric pattern within fibers.”

BS The University of Texas at Austin 1989
MS University of Colorado Boulder 1994
Ph.D University of California, Los Angeles 2000
Nutrition and Energy Balance EXSC 301-A 2218
Sport Nutrition EXSC 330-A 2218
Human Physiology EXSC 221-A 2224
Dissection Anatomy EXSC 322-A 2224

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