Nicholas Jamnick, PhD
Nicholas received his BS in Exercise Science and MS in Exercise Physiology from Minnesota State University. In 2015 he joined the PhD program in Human Movement at Victoria University, Australia, where he also worked as Laboratory Demonstrator, Unit Lecturer and Research Assistant. He then moved to Deakin University in Melbourne where he developed interests towards investigating the role of metabolic flux on exercise-induced histone acetylation, as well as MEF2A-associated histone modifications, transcriptional complexes and post-translational modifications regulated by exercise and their contribution to the exercise-induced transcriptional response. Since 2012, Nicholas has authored 16 research articles and 2 book chapters.