Michael Harris-Love
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Michael O. Harris-Love


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I currently serve the DC VAMC as a principal investigator and deputy director of a post-doctoral rehabilitation research fellowship program. In addition, I direct the Muscle Morphology, Mechanics, and Performance Laboratory (3MAP Lab) within the DC VAMC Clinical Research Center. My academic appointment is at George Washington University. I am an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences of the Milken Institute School of Public Health.

Evidence Based Medicine Geriatrics Kinesiology Rheumatology

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Laboratory Director

Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center
June 2013
Human Performance Research Unit, DC VAMC Clinical Research Center
Members of the Muscle Morphology, Mechanics, and Performance Laboratory (3MAP Lab) are engaged in research involving muscle plasticity in response to training, detraining, normal aging, and chronic disease. Our group's current laboratory efforts include the development of sonographic methods for sarcopenia and myosteatosis screening, and exploring the physiologic advantages of eccentric muscle actions for use in rehabilitation interventions for older adults.

Associate Clinical Professor

George Washington University
September 2014
Department of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences
My academic appointment is within the Department of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences of the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University. I serve as the Site Director for the Exercise Science Internship Program within the PM&R Service of the DC VAMC, and also provide course lectures in exercise science and ultrasound imaging for local physical therapy programs.

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