Human Performance Laboratory Director, Dr. Elaine C. Lee

The HPL is dedicated to excellence in research, innovation, teaching and mentoring, and community engagement

The core Human Performance Laboratory facilities in Gampel Pavilion occupy over 7,800 sq feet of laboratory space dedicated to environmental stress and exercise testing, motion capture technology, wet bench biochemistry and immunology, nutritional research, body composition and bone density, brachial artery reactivity, ultrasound imaging, and exercise training and physical performance testing

HPL-affiliated Principal Investigators (PIs) seek to prepare well-qualified professionals at the masters and doctoral levels for diverse careers in exercise and sport science. The HPL supports individual training by enhancing competency in several areas including:

  • core concepts in exercise science
  • novel techniques in exercise and sport science
  • translation of research to practical application
  • lab management, grantsmanship, and scientific communication

Contact the Human Performance Laboratory

Phone: 860-486-3169
elaine.c.lee@uconn.edu
Address: 2095 Hillside Road, U-1110, Department of Kinesiology, Human Performance Laboratory, Gampel Pavilion