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Department of Kinesiology

    Department of Kinesiology
    Kansas State University
    Natatorium 8
    920 Denison Ave.
    Manhattan, KS 66506

    785-532-6486 fax

    Dr. Brad Behnke

    Brad Behnke

    Professor of Exercise Physiology

    Contact Information

    139 Justin Hall

    Research Interests

    • Manipulation of tumor microenvironments to enhance conventional cancer therapy outcomes
    • Cardiovascular regulation of skeletal muscle and adipose tissue perfusion with age and pathological conditions including diabetes, heart failure and mechanical ventilation
    • Effects of real and simulated microgravity on the cardiovascular system

    Courses Taught:

    KIN335 - Physiology of Exercise

    KIN603 - Cardiovascular Exercise Physiology

    KIN609 - Environmental Physiology