The SmArT lab of the Center of Research and evaluation of Human Performance of the School of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, is dedicated to research excellence, quality education, improvement of quality of life and performance, and service to the community.
We offer students opportunities for professional development in a large number of scientific areas of Exercise Science using our well-equipped facilities for both basic and applied research.
Our mission is to improve health, quality of life and athletic performance through research and education.
We offer a large number of research projects, exercise testing opportunities for all aspects of human performance and exercise prescription using both sophisticated laboratory techniques and field measurements as well as laboratory courses for our graduate and undergraduate students. We offer hands-on experience bridging the gap between theory and practice.
Our goals are to:
improve health and functional performance of both youth and the elderly
enhance athletic performance of amateur and professional athletes.
find ways to increase physical activity of the population
provide insight into proper nutrition for health and performance
use exercise and nutrition to tackle chronic diseases and disabilities