Kate Early, Ph.D.
Dr. Kate Early
Position: Assistant Professor
Office: Health and Wellness Center 207
Ph.D. in Kinesiology, Louisiana State University
M.A. in Exercise Science, Central Michigan University
B.S. in Biochemistry, Central Michigan University
EXSC 3135 Kinesiology
EXSC 4131 Exercise Physiology
EXSC 4133 Exercise Prescription for Special Populations
EXSC 4135 Pathophysiology for the Health Professions
EXSC 6116 Environmental Stressors and Exercise
EXSC 6135 Data Analysis
Area of Expertise
Dr. Kate Early is an Assistant Professor in the College of Education and Health Professions at Columbus State University. In her graduate training, Kate focused on physiologic responses and markers of hydration in athletes and diseased populations to environmental stress. Kate's research interests focus on cardiovascular responses to exercise using interventions such as hot environments and hydration. In addition, she is interested in cardiovascular disease risk factors and gender and racial gender and race.
Sutton E, Beyl R, Early K, Cefalu A, Ravussin E, Peterson C. Early time-restricted feeding improves insulin sensitivity, blood pressure, and oxidative stress in humans, even in the absence of weight loss. (2018). Cell Metabolism. 27(6): 1212-1221.
Early K, Theall B, Lemoine N, Harrell B, Earnest C, Johannsen N. Free-living, chronic dehydration and cardiovascular response to exercise in a heated environment. (2018). Physiological Reports. 6(8):e13672.
Early K, Stewart A, Johannsen N, Lavie C, Thomas J, Welsch M. The effects of exercise training on brachial artery flow-mediated dilation: a meta-analysis. (2017). J Cardiopulm Rehabil Prev. 37(3):77-89.