Research Opportunities for Students
Students conducting research with Dr. Drury can expect a vigorous 9 month experience grounded in applied exercise physiology. Variables such as oxygen consumption, lactate production, pain perception, muscle strength and power are quantified in an effort to investigate human performance. Students are involved with every aspect of the research process including: hypotheses development, literature review, data collection, data analysis and presentation. It is expected that all students who conduct research will present their findings at Sports Medicine conference. In many cases, the data collected is submitted for publication.
Although Dr. Drury has an eclectic research focus, most of the investigations conducted with students are in the areas of new fitness product analysis or issues surrounding dehydration prevention.
Select Publications, Book Chapters, & Patents
Urine analysis device, method and system
US 20150009502 A1 awarded 2015
Wonders, K., Bergman, D., Drury, D. & Schwieterman, B. (2014). An Investigation of the Maxagrip Handle Design on Muscular Strength and Gripping Comfort: A Pilot Study, Journal of Exercise Physiology online, 17(3), 39-45.
Drury, D, Smith, D. & Fernhall, B (2012) Chapter: Responses to Chronic Resistance Exercise, In Advanced Cardiovascular Exercise Physiology, Human Kinetics, Campaign Il.
Drury, D, Smith, D. & Fernhall, B (2012) Chapter: Responses to Acute Resistance Exercise, In Advanced Cardiovascular Exercise Physiology, Human Kinetics, Campaign Il.
Wonders, K. & Drury, D. (2012) Current Exercise Behaviors of Breast Cancer Patients Diagnosed with Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy, Journal of Integrative Oncology, 1:103.
Drury, D. National Strength and Conditioning Association Resource Manual, 2011. Heart Rate and Blood Pressure, Editor: Miller. T.
Exercise is Medicine
Exercise is Medicine-Lab
Daniel G. Drury
Chairperson/Associate Professor, Health Sciences
Phone: (717) 337 - 6442
Box: Campus Box 0432
300 North Washington St.
Gettysburg, PA 17325-1400
PhD Springfield College, 1997
MS George Washington University, 1991
BS Frostburg State University, 1987