Associate Professor, Associate Dean
Office: Engineering 322H
- comparative physiology
- exercise physiology
- Post-doctoral: 1997-2000 University of California, San Diego
- PhD: 1997, Physiology, Cornell University
- BA: 1991, Biology, Brown University
I am interested in exercise physiology, particularly from a comparative perspective. I am interested in the combination of exercise and other stressors, such as heat, pregnancy and high altitude.
Entin, P.L., C. Gest, S. Trancik and J.R. Coast. Fuel oxidation in relation to walking speed: influence of gradient and external load. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. June, 2010.
Entin, P.L. Do racehorses and Greyhound dogs exhibit a gender difference in running speed? Equine and Comparative Exercise Physiology. 4(3/4): 135-140, 2008.
Entin, P.L. and L. Coffin. Physiological basis for recommendations regarding exercise during pregnancy at high altitude. High Alt. Med. Biol. 5(3): 321-334, 2004.