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Physical Therapy Program Faculty Profile

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Hopp, Jane F., PhD
Academic Affairs
Dean, College of Natural Sciences and Health Sciences
Health Sciences
Chair, Department of Life Sciences
Physical Therapy
Associate Professor
 
Office: Research and Development House 103
Office Phone: 262-524-7294
Email: jhopp@carrollu.edu
 
Education:
Undergraduate
B.S., physical therapy, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Graduate
M.S., physiology and biophysics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Ph.D., physiology and biophysics, University of Illinois Medical Center, Chicago
 
Areas of Specialization:
Physical therapy, muscle and exercise physiology
 
Scholarly and Professional Achievements:
Duncombe A, Hopp JF. Modalities of physical treatment.  In: Schwab C, Jacobs J, ed. Musculoskeletal Pain - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, State of Art.  Philadelphia, PA:
Hanley & Belfus Inc; 1991: Volume 5/Number 3:493-519, 1991.

1. Walish JF, Olson RE, Schuit D.  Effects of concurrent clinical education assignments on student concerns. Phys Ther. 1986; 66:233-236.

2. Walish JF, Schuit D, Olson RE.  Pre-affiliation and post-affiliation concerns      expressed by physical therapy students. Phys Ther. 1986:66:691-696.

3.Hopp JF, Palmer WK.  Effect of electrical stimulation on intracellular triacylglycerol in isolated skeletal muscle.J of Appl Physiol. 1990;68:348-354.

4. Hopp JF, Palmer WK.  Electrical stimulation on alters free fatty acid metabolism in isolated skeletal muscle. J Appl Physiol. 1990;68(6):2473-2481.

5. Hopp JF, Palmer WK.  Effect of glucose and insulin on triaclyglycerol metabolism in isolated skeletal muscle. Metabolism 1990; 40(3):223-225.

6. Hopp JF, Effects of resistance training on aged skeletal muscle: A review.  Phys Ther. 1992; 73(6):361-373.

7. Hopp JF, Svanborg A.  Invited Commentary to Koch M, Gottschalk M, Baker DI, Palumbo S, Tinetti ME.  An assessment and intervention protocol for fall and mobility problems among community-living persons.  Phys Ther. 1994; 74(4): 17-18.

8. Hopp, JF.  Effect of age on anaerobic metabolism during electrical stimulation of rat skeletal muscle. Phys Ther. 1996; 76(3):260-267.

9. Hopp, JF.  Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association Chapter Ethics Committee (Invited Paper). PT Connections 1998; 27(7):16.

10. Brosky JA, Hopp JF, Miller TB, Deprey SM. Integrating Theory and Practice on Wellness and Prevention with Older Adults in Self-Contained Clinical Education Experiences.  Journal of Physical Therapy Education 2001;15(2):29-36.

 
Service to Carroll University or the Profession:
Dean, Division of Natural and Health Sciences
Manuscript Reviewer, Metabolism and Physical Therapy

 
Honors and Awards:
Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society
 
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