Office: B-308 Tuttle North
Phone: (585) 395-5343
Ph.D. The Ohio State University
M.S. University of New Hampshire
B.S. University of New Hampshire
Area(s) of specialty:
Aging and Cabohydrate Metabolism.
Kim, Y., Hertzler, S., Byrne, H.K., & Mattern, C.O. Raisins are a low to moderate glycemic index food with a correspondingly low insulin index. Nutrition Research, 2008; 28, 304-308.
Mattern, C.O., Gutilla, M.J., Kirby, T.E., Devor, S.T. Estimation of Maximal Lactate Steady State in Trained Female Rowers. Journal of Exercise Physiology online, 2007; 10(6), 1-9.
DiSilvestro, R.A., Mattern, C.O., Wood, N., Devor, S.T. Soy Protein Intake by Active Young Adult Men Raises Plasma Antioxidant Capacity Without Altering Plasma Testosterone. Nutrition Research, 2006; 26, 92-95.
Buckworth, J., Fink, C., Rozorea, M., Jansen, J., Mattern, C.O. Ratings of Perceived Exertion are not Influenced by Exercise Stage of Change in Physically Active College Students. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 2004; 99: 871-882.
Mattern, C.O., Gutilla, M.J., Bright, D.L., Kirby, T.E., Hinchcliff, K.W., Devor, S.T. Maximal Lactate Steady State Declines during the Aging Process. Journal of Applied Physiology, 2003, 95, 2576-2582.
California Raisin Marketing Board, Funding extension for the “Determination of the Glycemic and Insulinemic Responses to Raisins and the Application of Raisins as a Pre-exercise Snack for Persons with Impaired Glucose Tolerance” project, PI, December, 2006, $13,700, funded
California Raisin Board, “Determination of the glycemic and insulinemic responses to raisins and the application of raisins as a pre-exercise snack food for persons with impaired glucose tolerance”, Co-PI, 2004, $87,950, funded
Central Ohio Triathlon Team, “Athlete Testing Contract”, PI, 2003, $4,000, funded
Member of the editorial board of the Journal of Exercise Physiology online, 2007 - present
Reviewer for the International Journal of Sports Medicine, Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism and Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport.
Craig came to SUNY Brockport in 2004 after serving as a Visiting Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University for one year. His interests include competitive cycling and cross-country skiing.