Peter Bodary

Clinical Assistant Professor, Health & Fitness and Movement Science

Areas of interest

Cardiovascular disease complications related to obesity and diabetes. Tissue iron toxicity in the setting of Metabolic Syndrome. Iron deficiency in athletes.

Contact

Peter
Bodary
OBL 2114
1402 Washington Hts.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2013
(734) 615-8071
(734) 647-2808

Classes

Course Course Title Credits Term Instructor
AT 220 Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology 3 Winter Bodary
Course Name RO: Anatomy and Physiology
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
This course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of the structural and functional organization of the human body. Analyzes the relationship of the human body at the biochemical cellular, tissue, organ and systems level, emphasizing the applications to health and fitness. (HF 220 students must earn a grade of C or higher to advance in the program.)
Prerequisites: AT 220 students must take AT 221 lab concurrently.
Component: LEC
HF 241 Exercise, Nutrition and Weight Control 3 Fall, Winter Bodary
Course Name RO: Ex Nutr Wt Cn
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
Study of body mass regulation including the understanding of food, digestion, metabolism and different intervention strategies such as diet and exercise. Students learn assessment and prescription principles and techniques.
Prerequisites:
Component: LEC
KINESLGY 448 Cardiovascular Exercise Physiology 3 As Arranged Bodary
Course Name RO: CV Ex Phys
Course Level: Graduate
Description
This course is intended to further develop the students understanding of exercise within the context of cardiovascular physiology and pathophysiology. Topics include the influence of exercise in coronary heart disease, sudden cardiac death, endothelial dysfunction, etc. The discussion and dissection of a peer-reviewed article will be a key element of each meeting.
Prerequisites: Advisory: MOVESCI 250. Enforced: MOVESCI 340 (C+ grade min).
Component: LEC
MOVESCI 110 Biological and Behavioral Bases of Human Movement 3 Fall, Winter Bodary
Course Name RO: BioBeh Bases Hu Mvt
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
An introduction to exercise physiology, biomechanics and motor control. Students gain an appreciation of the study of human movement from a scientific perspective.
Prerequisites:
Component: LEC
MOVESCI 241 Exercise, Nutrition and Weight Control 3 Fall, Winter Bodary
Course Name RO: Ex Nutr Wt Cn
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
Study of body mass regulation including the understanding of food, digestion, metabolism and different intervention strategies such as a diet and exercise. Students learn assessment and prescription principles and techniques.
Prerequisites:
Component: LEC
MOVESCI 340 Exercise Physiology 4 Fall, Winter Bodary
Course Name RO: Exercise Physiol
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
Physiological principles of exercise. Topics include: bioenergetics, energy expenditure, functions of the cardiovascular, pulmonary, neuromuscular and neuroendocrine systems, muscle, renal function, training, environmental influences, ergogenic aids, nutrition, weight control, and body composition.
Prerequisites: (MOVESCI 110 or Athletic Training BS Major) and (MEDADM 401 or MOVESCI 230 or AT/PHYSED 310) and (MOVESCI 250 or S250 Student Group) and (PHYSIOL 201 or Athletic Training BS Major); (Recommended: CHEM 130).
Component: LEC,LAB
MOVESCI 448 Cardiovascular Exercise Physiology 3 As Arranged Bodary
Course Name RO: CV Ex Phys
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
This course is intended to further develop the students understanding of exercise within the context of cardiovascular physiology and pathophysiology. Topics include the influence of exercise in coronary heart disease, sudden cardiac death, endothelial dysfunction, etc. The discussion and dissection of a peer-reviewed article will be a key element of each meeting.
Prerequisites: Advisory: MOVESCI 250. Enforced: MOVESCI 340 (C+ grade min).
Component: LEC

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