Jay H. Williams, PhD
Graduate Program Faculty
Molecular and Cellular Science
Clinical Physiology and Metabolism
Acute and chronic adaptations to activity, inactivity, and disease
Williams JH (2012) The SCIENCE Behind Soccer Nutrition (2nd ed.), printed by CreateSpace, Charleston.
The Soccer Diet – The Simplest Way to Improve Your Team's Performance.
Sports Path International, Ltd.
Williams JH, Batts TW, Lees SL (2012) Reduced muscle glycogen differentially affects exercise performance and muscle fatigue. IISRN Physiology, vol 2013, Article ID 371235, Experimental Physiology, 2011.
Akogyeram, E.A. and Williams, J.H. A meta analytic assessment of injury rates on natural grass and artificial turf. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 2011.
Williams, JH. Use of social media to communicate sports science research. International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching, 2011, 6: 295-300.
HNFE 2984 Fundamentals of Sport Science
HNFE 3804 Exercise Physiology
HNFE 3824 Kinesiology
HNFE 4004 Seminar in HNFE: Writing and Discourse in the Major
HNFE 4844 Exercise and Neuromuscular Performance
1988, Ph.D., Exercise Science, Texas A&M University
1985, M.S., Exercise Physiology, Louisiana State University
1983, B.S., Mathematics and Physical Education, Louisiana State University