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group Exercise Physiology Laboratory

The Exercise Physiology Laboratory (EPL) at SIUE is a 3000 square foot self supporting facility dedicated to student training and faculty research. The EPL houses the Body Composition Laboratory, the Cardiovascular Laboratory, and the Exercise Biochemistry Laboratory in support of scientific investigations that range from the whole body to the cellular and molecular level. Both undergraduate exercise science and graduate exercise physiology students will have the opportunity to practice and apply clinical and scientific skills. The EPL is an exceptional resource for faculty and students interaction that provides a tangible opportunity to apply knowledge into direct scientific action.
Please click on the individual laboratory links below to learn more.

Body Composition Laboratory
Cardiovascular Physiology Laboratory
Exercise Biochemistry Laboratory
Physical Activity Clinic

Physical Activity Clinic

The Physical Activity Clinic is a private temperature controlled exercise facility that is utilized for instructional exercise courses and faculty research initiatives. The PAC houses a wide range of aerobic, resistance, and plyometric exercise equipment. [ more information]

Instructional Classroom

The SPPA program utilizes a 45-seat classroom equipped with state-of-the-art SMART technology enhancing the student learning experience. The classroom also contains several interactive anatomical teaching models for hands-on learning.

Instructional Materials Center

Is a faculty and student resource center for the speech pathology and audiology and special education programs.

Assistive technology lab and classroom

Utilized primarily by special education and speech pathology majors for hands-on experience with assistive technology devices for people with disabilities and communication disorders.

Speech-Language-Hearing Center

In conjunction with the academic training program, the Speech-Language Pathology program operates a Speech-Language and Hearing Center. The Center provides diagnostic and treatment services each semester for individuals age 2-elderly who present with a variety of communication needs including speech, language, hearing loss, auditory processing disorders, cognition, fluency, and voice. The Center also serves members of the community who are non-native speakers of English and would like to improve their American English pronunciation. Accent modification sessions are individualized and focus on improving the intelligibility and naturalness of clients’ spoken English. For more information, please contact us at or 618/650-5623.

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