Office: 305 Tuttle North
Phone: (585) 395-2601
PhD, University of Texas at Austin
MS, University of Wisconsin at La Crosse
BA, University of Virginia
Area(s) of Specialty:
Obesity, metabolism, and human performance
Yeonsoo Kim, Ph.D., Steven R. Hertzler, Ph.D., R.D., Heidi K. Byrne, Ph.D., Craig O. Mattern, Ph.D. Raisins Are a Low to Moderate Glycemic Index Food with a Correspondingly Low Insulin Index. Nutrition Research, 28:304-308, 2008.
Petersen, S., H.K. Byrne, L. Cruz. The Reality of Fitness: What Physical Education Majors “Know and Can Do”. The Physical Educator, 60(1):5-18, 2003.
H. Y. Kang, S.H. Kim, W.J. Lee, H.K. Byrne. Effects of Ginseng Ingestion of Growth Hormone, Testosterone, Cortisol and IGF-I Responses to Acute Resistance Exercise. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 16(2):179-183, 2002.
Byrne, H.K. and J.H. Wilmore. The Effects of a 20-Week Exercise Training Program on Resting Metabolic Rate in Previously Sedentary, Moderately Obese Women. The International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 11(1):15-31, 2001.
Byrne, H.K. and J.H. Wilmore. The Relationship of Mode and Intensity of Training on Resting Metabolic Rate in Women. The International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 11(1):1-14, 2001.
Heidi joined the SUNY-Brockport faculty in 1997. She is a member of The American College of Sports Medicine, The National Strength and Conditioning Association, and AAPHERD. Her hobbies include cycling and windsurfing.