Part I: Biomarkers and Monitoring Technologies for Heat Production and Hydration Status and Carbohydrate Metabolism (Moderator: Johanna Dwyer)

10:00

Biomarkers of Physiological Strain During Exposure to Hot and Cold Environments

Dr. Andrew J.Young, USARIEM

10:30

Hydration Status Monitoring

Dr. Michael N.Sawka, USARIEM

11:00

Break

11:10

Technologies for Monitoring Glucose and Lactate

Dr. David C.Klonoff, Mills-Peninsula Health Services

11:40

Utility of Insulin-like Growth Factor-I for Assessing Metabolic Status

Dr. Bradley C.Nindl, USARIEM

12:10

Discussion

12:30

Lunch

Part II: Biomarkers and Technologies for Monitoring Physiological Status and Work Capacity (Moderator: William Morgan)

1:30

The Use of Portable Accelerometers in Predicting Activity Energy Expenditure

Dr. Kong Y.Chen, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

2:00

Humans, Hills, and the Metabolic Cost of Locomotion: Simple Explanations from Putting Foot-Ground Contact Times to Work

Dr. Peter G.Weyand, Rice University

Part III: Biomarkers and Technologies for Monitoring Muscle Protein Turnover and Metabolism (Moderator: Bruce Bistrian)

2:30

Biomarkers for Changes in Protein Turnover of Muscle and Other Tissues

Dr. Robert R.Wolfe, University of Texas Medical Branch

3:00

Break



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