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Michigan State University

541 E. Grand River Map

East Lansing, Michigan 48823

United States

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Founded in 2003, the MSU Product Center helps Michigan entrepreneurs develop and commercialize high-value, consumer-responsive products and businesses in the agriculture, natural resources and bioeconomy sectors. The Center's statewide network of innovati ... more

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Employment History

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Jon Entine

Investigator and Professor

Tarleton State University

Professor and Director, Professor of Kinesiology

Michigan State University Institute for the Study of Youth Sports

Affiliations

Professor Emeritus With the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education
University of Texas at Austin

I AM Kids®by Fifth Ray Advisor, Professor
Fifth Ray

Professor Emeritus In the Kinesiology Department
University of Texas

Foreign Member
Polish Academy of Sciences

Team Member
CAMBIO Research Network

Fellow
American Association for the Advancement of Science

Fellow
American College of Sports Medicine

Liaison
Medem Inc

Member, Editorial Boards
Annals

Liaison Representative
Millard Star Soccer Association

Liaison
SEITZ PEDIATRICS

Education

biological sciences ( physical anthropology )

Polish Academy of Sciences

PhD

PhD

Bronislaw Czech Academy of Physical Education

PhD

Institute for the Study of Youth Sports

PhD

University of Wisconsin , Madison

degrees

physical education

University of Wisconsin , Madison

doctoral degrees

physical education

University of Pennsylvania , Philadelphia

dual doctorates

Physical Education

Michigan State University

honorary doctorate

Institute of Physical Education , Faculty of Biomedical Sciences

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Taboo Board: Jon Entine writes on sustainability, corporate responsibility, DNA, race, and Jewish identity.

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ROBERT MALINA, Director, Institute for the Study of Youth Sports, Dept of Kinesiology, Michigan State University


Born To Run

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Robert Malina, an anthropologist at Michigan State University and the editor of the American Journal of Human Biology, has studied more than 50 years of athletic performances and come to this conclusion: "Differences among athletes of elite calibre are so small that if you have a physique or the ability to fire muscle fibres more efficiently, which might be genetically based ... it might be very, very significant.


Genetics of Fitness and Physical Performance

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Claude Bouchard, Robert Malina, Louis Perusse

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Robert M. Malina is professor of physical education and exercise science at Michigan State University and director of the Institute for the Study of Youth Sports. Before assuming his position at MSU, Dr. Malina was professor of kinesiology and anthropology at the University of Texas at Austin for 28 years. He has a PhD in both physical education and physical anthropology and has done extensive research on the growth, maturation, and performance of children and youth in the United States and abroad. Dr. Malina has served as president of the Human Biology Council and the American Academy of Physical Education, editor of the Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, and section editor for growth and development for the Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport and the Exercise and Sport Sciences Review. He is editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Human Biology. Dr. Malina is coauthor of the book, Growth, Maturation, and Physical Activity, and has published more than 300 professional and scientific papers. In 1989, Dr. Malina was awarded an honorary doctorate by the Institute of Physical Education, Faculty of Biomedical Sciences, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. He is a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the Human Biology Council, and an elected foreign member of the Polish Academy of Sciences.


Lawyers and Judges Publishing Company, Inc.

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Robert M. Malina

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Robert M. Malina, Ph.D., is professor of kinesiology and adjunct professor of anthropology at Michigan State University. He taught at the University of Texas at Austin for twenty-eight years and moved to Michigan State University in 1995.
Professor Malina has earned degrees in physical education (University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1963) and anthropology (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1968), and an honorary doctorate from the Catholic University of Leuven (1989). His primary area of interest is the biological growth and maturation of children and adolescents with a focus on performance, youth sports and young athletes, and the potential influences of physical activity and training for sports. Related areas of interest are the role of physical activity in the well-being of children and youths and the influence of chronic undernutrition on the growth, performance and physical activity of Latin American youths, with a primary emphasis on Mexico. The research in Mexico continues at present in the form of a follow-up study of two communities initially studied in 1968 and 1971. The research in Mexico also extends to the study of the motivations of urban Mexican youths for participation in sports and physical activity.
Professor Malina is presently editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Human Biology, past editor of the Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, and serves on the editorial boards of eleven journals in the sport sciences and biological anthropology. He was section editor for growth and development for the Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews from 1981 to 1999.
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Purchase Children and Injuries Author: Joe L. Frost Ed.D.Contributors: Annie Clement J.D., Ph.D., Raymond M. Fish Ph.D., M.D., Susan Hudson Ph.D., Thomas R. Ireland Ph.D., William Kitzes J.D., CPSM, Robert M. Malina Ph.D., Lynn R. Marotz Ph.D., R.N., Jimmy Simien Esq., James A. Swartz Esq., Theodora Sweeney B.S., M.A., James A. Therrell B.A., M.S., Dr. Donna Thompson Ph.D., Deborah Kale Tinsworth B.S., M.S., John O. Ward Ph.D., Jerry J. Eubanks ACTAR, Barry L. Richard M.S., CSP


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Dr. Robert Malina, PhD, FACSM - Research Professor at Tarleton State University, Stephenville, Texas, and a Research Associate of the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Michigan State University.

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