Daniel Carl

Daniel L. Carl

Associate Professor - Clinical Program Director Health Sciences

Education

Doctoral Degree, University of Toledo 1998 (Exercise Physiology)

Master's Degree, Miami University 1988 (Exercise Science)

Bachelor's Degree, Western Michigan University 1985 (Physical Education)

Positions and Work Experience

01-2007 -08-2009 Visiting Assistant Professor, Courses Taught: Exercise Physiology I, II, III, Exercise Testing, Strength & Conditioning, Recreation Across the Lifespan I, II, III, Success in Allied Health, Senior Research, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH

02-2006 -12-2006 Adjunct Instructor, Courses Taught: Exercise Physiology I, II, III, UC - Dept of Rehabilitation Sciences, Cincinnati OH

01-2005 -06-2005 Adjunct Professor, Taught: Physiology of Exercise, Research Methods in Physical Education, Xavier University, Cincinnati OH

05-2004 -To Present Sport Science Consultant, Senior Coach, Responsible for providing consultation in the design and implementation of training programs, physiology of training, land and water strength testing, physiological and psychological testing of athletes., Cincinnati Marlins, Cincinnati OH

04-2004 -08-2004 Head Senior Coach, Sycamore Flying Fish, Cincinnati OH

08-2003 -To Present Head Coach, Responsible for all aspects of High School Program. Produced 11 HS All-America Swims in first two seasons., Sycamore Community Schools, Cincinnati OH

08-2003 -01-2006 Secondary School Teacher, Sycamore High School Physical Education and Health Education teacher, Sycamore Community Schools, Cincinnati OH

08-1994 -08-2003 Assistant Professor, Tenured 8-01 Courses Taught: Physiology of Exercise, Kinesiology, Advanced Physiology of Exercise, Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription, Senior Research Project, Senior Internship, Coaching Theory, Introduction to Physical Education, Fitness Principles. Graduate Courses Taught: Independent Studies in Nutrition, Curriculum Development, Graduate Research Project. Curriculum director and academic advisor for Exercise Science major. , Valparaiso University, Valparaiso IN

08-1994 -08-2003 Men's and Women's Swimming Coach, Responsibilities include: Recruitment of student-athletes, budgeting, scheduling, training, fundraising, scholarship awards, weight training, monitoring academic progress, and meeting all NCAA guidelines. Supervision of assistant coaches. , Valparaiso University, Valparaiso IN

08-1993 -08-1994 Graduate Intern: Jewish Community Center, Responsibilities included: Development and implementation of fitness evaluation program, conducting fitness evaluations, designing and supervising personal training programs, working with weight loss, strength, youth and elderly programs., The University of Toledo, Toledo OH

08-1991 -06-1993 Assistant Age Group Coach, Worthington Swim Club, Worthington OH

09-1990 -06-1992 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Courses Taught: Exercise Physiology Laboratory, Conditioning Theory, Physical Education Activities, The Ohio State University, Columbus OH

09-1989 -06-1991 Assistant Men's Swimming Coach, Responsibilities included: Assisting and supervising all practice sessions. Aiding in recruiting, budgeting and equipment procurement. Team finished 18th at 1990 NCAA Championships., The Ohio State University, Columbus OH

08-1988 -06-1989 Men's & Women's Volunteer Assistant Swimming Coach, University of Delaware, Newark DE

08-1986 -08-1988 Men's Assistant Swimming Coach, Miami University, Oxford OH

08-1984 -08-1986 Head Coach, Kalamazoo Family YMCA, Kalamazoo MI

09-2009 -To Present Assistant Professor of Clinical, Courses Taught: Exercise Physiology I, II, III, Exercise Testing, Strength & Conditioning, Recreation Across the Lifespan I, II, III, Success in Allied Health, Senior Research, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

Research and Practice Interests

Exercise Physiology

Research Support

Grant: #R01 DA030354 Investigators:Carl, Daniel; Eliassen, James; Medina, Krista 03-15-2011 -02-29-2016 National Institute on Drug Abuse Effects of Physical Activity and Marijuana use on Frontolimbic Connectivity During Adolescence: An fMRI Study Role:Collaborator $.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 008381 Investigators:Carl, Daniel; Dunning, Kari; Gerson, Myron; Kissela, Brett 01-01-2013 -12-31-2014 Foundation for Physical Therapy High-Intensity Training In Chronic Stroke Role:Collaborator $40,000.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #R01HD093694 Investigators:Awosika, Oluwole; Boyne, Pierce; Carl, Daniel; Dunning, Kari; Gerson, Myron; Kissela, Brett 04-03-2018 -02-28-2023 National Institute of Child Health and Human Development High-Intensity Interval Training to Recover Walking Post-Stroke: HIT-Stroke Trial Role:Collaborator $717,717.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Publications

Published Abstracts

Carl DL, Bell J, Bernhard A, Dyer B, Phillips J. (2011. )Low Volume, High-Intensity Interval Training: A Pilot Study .[Abstract]Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise,

Carl DL, Bales E, Haubrich C, et al. (2003. )Effect of High Intensity Versus High Volume Swim Training on Selected Measures of Fatigue .[Abstract]Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Supplement 35 (5 ),

Whitesel, Dustyn; Boyne, Pierce; Meyrose, Colleen; Westover, Jennifer; Carl, Daniel; Khoury, Jane; Gerson, Myron; Kissela, Brett; Dunning, Kari (2016. )Feasibility of a Novel Recumbent Stepper Stress Test in Stroke: 923 Board #239 June 1, 2: 00 PM - 3: 30 PM. Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 48 (5 Suppl 1 ),261

Carl, Daniel L; Boyne, Pierce; Meyrose, Colleen; Westover, Jennifer; Whitesel, Dustyn; Khoury, Jane; Gerson, Myron; Kissela, Brett; Dunning, Kari (2016. )Feasibility and Intensity of Recumbent Stepper in High Intensity Interval Training (HIT) in Chronic Stroke: 917 Board #233 June 1, 2: 00 PM - 3: 30 PM. Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 48 (5 Suppl 1 ),259

Peer Reviewed Publications

Carl DL, Leslie N, Dickerson T, Griffin B, Marksteiner A (2010. )Correlation Between Dry Land Strength Measurements and In Water Force Generation .Proceedings of the XIth International Symposium for Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming, ,

Boyne, Pierce; Dunning, Kari; Carl, Daniel; Gerson, Myron; Khoury, Jane; Kissela, Brett (2014. )Within-Session Responses to High-Intensity Interval Training in Chronic Stroke.Medicine and science in sports and exercise, ,

Boyne, Pierce; Dunning, Kari; Carl, Daniel; Gerson, Myron; Khoury, Jane; Kissela, Brett (2013. )High-intensity interval training in stroke rehabilitation.Topics in stroke rehabilitation, ,20 (4 ),317-30

Boyne, Pierce; Buhr, Sarah; Rockwell, Bradley; Khoury, Jane; Carl, Daniel; Gerson, Myron; Kissela, Brett; Dunning, Kari (2015. )Predicting Heart Rate at the Ventilatory Threshold for Aerobic Exercise Prescription in Persons With Chronic Stroke.Journal of neurologic physical therapy : JNPT, ,39 (4 ),233-40

Boyne, Pierce; Meyrose, Colleen; Westover, Jennifer; Whitesel, Dustyn; Hatter, Kristal; Reisman, Darcy S; Cunningham, David; Carl, Daniel; Jansen, Connor; Khoury, Jane C; Gerson, Myron; Kissela, Brett; Dunning, Kari (2019. )Exercise intensity affects acute neurotrophic and neurophysiological responses poststroke.Journal of applied physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985), ,126 (2 ),431-443

Boyne, Pierce; Reisman, Darcy; Brian, Michael; Barney, Brian; Franke, Ava; Carl, Daniel; Khoury, Jane; Dunning, Kari (2016. )Ventilatory threshold may be a more specific measure of aerobic capacity than peak oxygen consumption rate in persons with stroke.Topics in stroke rehabilitation, ,1-9

Carl, Daniel L; Boyne, Pierce; Rockwell, Bradley; Gerson, Myron; Khoury, Jane; Kissela, Brett; Dunning, Kari (2017. )Preliminary safety analysis of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) in persons with chronic stroke.Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism = Physiologie appliquee, nutrition et metabolisme, ,42 (3 ),311-318

Braun, W A; Flynn, M G; Carl, D L; Carroll, K K; Brickman, T; Lambert, C P (2000. )Iron status and resting immune function in female collegiate swimmers. International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism, ,10 (4 ),425-33

Boyne, Pierce; Dunning, Kari; Carl, Daniel; Gerson, Myron; Khoury, Jane; Rockwell, Bradley; Keeton, Gabriela; Westover, Jennifer; Williams, Alesha; McCarthy, Michael; Kissela, Brett (2016. )High-Intensity Interval Training and Moderate-Intensity Continuous Training in Ambulatory Chronic Stroke: Feasibility Study.Physical therapy, ,

Other Publications

Carl, DL (2009. )Talent Identification .Swimming World, 50 (5 ),

Carl, DL (2008. )Goal Setting .Swimming World, 49 (9 ),

Carl, DL (2008. )Training the Nervous System .Swimming World, 49 (8 ),

Carl, DL (2008. )Fast Twitch and Slow Twitch Muscle in Swim Training .Swimming World, 49 (7 ),

Carl, DL (2008. )Maximizing Aerobic Sprinting .Swimming World, 49 (5 ),

Carl, DL (2008. )Balancing Anaerobic with Aerobic Swim Training .Swimming World, 49 (4 ),

Service

Valparaiso University (Committee on Intercollegiate Athletics )05-2003 -08-2003

Valparaiso University (Creative Work and Research Committee )08-2002 -08-2003

Midwest American College of Sports Medicine (Membership Committee )01-2002 -09-2002

Valparaiso University (Faculty Senate )08-2000 -08-2003

Valparaiso University (University Council )08-2000 -08-2003

Valparaiso University (Campus Community Policy Committee )08-2000 -05-2002

Valparaiso University (Physical Education Curriculum Committee )08-1999 -05-2000

Valparaiso University (Physical Education Search Committee )08-1999 -05-2000

(Health Sciences Club ) Faculty Sponsor Type:Service to Student Groups 08-2006 -To Present

University of Cincinnati College of Allied Health Sciences (Interdisciplinary Research Committee )Member Type:University/College Service 09-2009 -To Present

USA-Swimming (Performance Enhancers Task Force )Member Type:Service to Professional Associations 01-2010 -To Present

Midwest ACSM (Sponsorship Committee )Member Type:Service to Professional Associations 04-2010 -To Present

Keywords

Exercise, Physiology, Muscle Physiology, Athletic Performance

Professional Affiliation

03-2003 -To Present: USA Swimming,

07-2002 -To Present: American Swimming Coaches Association,

02-1999 -08-2003: Phi Epsilon Kappa,

08-1994 -05-1998: College Swim Coaches Association of America,

02-1994 -To Present: Midwest Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine,

01-1991 -To Present: American College of Sports Medicine,

Contact Information

Academic - Health Sciences Building
3225 Eden Ave Room 279 (Health Sciences)
CincinnatiĀ  Ohio, 45267
Phone: 513-558-7479
daniel.carl@uc.edu