Clinical Assistant Professor and Internship Coordinator, Department of Kinesiology
Dr. Hall received her doctorate and master’s degrees from the University of Northern Colorado. While she worked on her degrees, she studied the life threatening cardiovascular effects of the chemotherapy drug doxorubicin and the protection provided with exercise. Although these foci seem miles apart, the underlying message is that exercise can be used in the treatment and prevention of disease. Here at Boise State, Hall will continue her work in understanding the effects of exercise and physical activity in the treatment and prevention of disease.
Dr. Hall lives in Boise with her husband Matt and their two boys. Together they enjoy traveling, camping, hiking, and generally anything outdoors.
Ph.D. – 2013: University of Northern Colorado (Exercise Physiology)
MS – 2009: University of Northern Colorado ( Exercise Physiology)
BA – 2004: University of Iowa (Health Promotion)
- Exercise and physical activity in the treatment and prevention of disease.
- Kavazis, A. N., Morton, A.B., Hall, S. E., & Smuder, A. J. (2016). Effects of doxorubicin on cardiac muscle subsarcolemmal and intermyofibrillar mitochondria. Mitochondrion.
- Kwon, O., Smuder, A. J., Wiggs, M. P., Hall, S.E., Sollanek, K. J., Morton, A. B., Talbers, E. E., Toklu, H. Z., Tumer, N., and Powers, S. K. (2015) AT1 receptor blocker losartan projects against mechanical ventilation-induced diaphragmatic dysfunction. Journal of Applied Physiology, jap-00237.
- Gibson, N. M., Geufe, S., Schneider, C., Hayward, R. (2009) Endurance Exercise Training Preserves Cardiac Function in Rats Receiving Doxorubicin and the HER-2 Inhibitor GW2974. Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology, 64, 1105-1113.
Courses Currently Taught
- KINES 140 Personal Health
- KINES 270 Applied Anatomy
- KINES 432 Conditioning Procedures