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Department of Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education (KSSPE)

Dr. Craig O. Mattern

A Photo of Dr. Craig O. MatternOffice: B-308 Tuttle North
Phone: (585) 395-5343
E-mail: cmattern@brockport.edu

Education:
Ph.D. The Ohio State University
M.S. University of New Hampshire
B.S. University of New Hampshire

Area(s) of specialty:
Exercise Physiology.

Research interest(s):
Aging and Cabohydrate Metabolism.

Publications:

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.

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Awards/Honors:
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.

Other:
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.