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Reviewer - Linda E. May | East Carolina University | 1776
ISSN: 2375-4494

Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior
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Linda E. May

Linda E. May Anatomy Assistant Professor East Carolina University USA

Biography

Dr. Linda May, assistant professor at the ECU School of Dental Medicine, teaches dental students and is adjunct faculty assistant professor of exercise physiology for Health and Human Performance as well as obstetrics and gynecology for the Brody School of Medicine. Dr. May conducts research on topics relating to the influence of maternal exercise during pregnancy on child development before and after birth. Her research is presented in world-wide media outlets, including the New York Times. Dr. May received a PhD from Kent State University and Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine. Her dissertation focus was on the development of the cardiac beta-adrenergic system in BAX and NGF knockout mice. She attended the University of Florida where she earned a MS, graduating Cum Laude in Exercise physiology. Dr. May also graduated, with Honors, from the University of Florida with a BS in Sports Administration. Dr. May published her first book “Physiology of Prenatal Exercise and Fetal Development” in 2012, and has won the 2012 East Carolina University Health Sciences Author Award. Dr. May has taught for over fifteen years, in subjects including histology, physiology, and gross anatomy. Her hobbies and interests include spending time with her family, biking, exercising, gardening, cooking, baseball, and the outdoors.

Research Interest

Exercise during pregnancy; child development- specifically as it relates to heart, body composition, and oral health measures for the baby before and after birth; improving the overall health of women and children.

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