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Journal of Obesity & Weight Loss Therapy
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David L. Williamson

David L. Williamson David L. Williamson, PhD
Assistant Professor
University at Buffalo SUNY
School of Public Health and Health Professions
Department of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences
214A Kimball Tower (office) / 5 Sherman (lab)
Buffalo, NY 14214, USA
Tel: (716) 829-6758
Fax: (716) 829-2428



David Williamson has held a faculty appointment with the University at Buffalo since 2010. He has also held a faculty appointment at West Virginia University, School of Medicine, Division of Exercise Physiology (2006-2010). His post-doctoral training was at The Pennsylvania State University, College of Medicine, Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology (2002-2006). He received a PhD Human Bioenergetics from the Ball State University in 2002.


Research Interest

Regulatory processes underlying the attenuation of skeletal muscle size and function in models of obesity and aging



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