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Our Team

Directory
Bryan Riemann, Ph.D.
Director
Greg Grosicki, Ph.D.
Director of the Exercise Physiology Laboratory
Andrew Flatt, Ph.D.
Sports Medicine Graduate Program Director at Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus
Dr. George Davies
Assistant Director
Matthew Johnson
Biodynamics Center Coordinator
Lab Personnel Reporting to Coordinator
Biomechanics Laboratory
Matthew Johnson and Matthew Helms (advised by Dr. Riemann)
Exercise Physiology Laboratory
Joe Vondrasek (advised by Dr. Flatt)
James Brown (advised by Dr. Grosicki)
Affiliated Faculty
Tom Murphey, Ph.D., Engineering Department
Graduate Assistants
Matthew Johnson, BS
Matthew Johnson graduated from College of Charleston in 2020 with a degree in exercise science and coaching. He is a second-year graduate student in the Sports Medicine program and works as a biomechanics graduate assistant. He enjoys all kinds of sports and fishing in his free time. 
Matthew Helms, BS
Matthew Helms graduated from the University of South Carolina-Aiken in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sport Science. He is a first-year graduate student in the Master of Sports Medicine program and works as a biomechanics graduate assistant. Alongside his studies, Matthew trains and competes in Olympic weightlifting out of the Anderson Cohen Weightlifting Center. His interests include photography, kayaking and spending time with his Husky, Luka.
Joe Vondrasek, BS, CSCS
Joe Vondrasek graduated from Alma College in 2020.  He is a second-year graduate student in the Sports Medicine program and works under Dr. Flatt in the physiology laboratory. Joe wrestled at Alma College for four years and enjoys disc golf and exercise in his off time. Joe was awarded the National Strength and Conditioning Association Grant for Masters Students for his thesis project titled, “Effects of Post-Resistance Exercise Fan Bike Intervals on Arterial Stiffness and Next-day Recovery Markers in Trained Adults.”
James Brown, BS
James Brown graduated from Coastal Carolina University in 2022 in exercise science. James is a first-year graduate student in the Sports Medicine program and works as a physiology laboratory assistant.  His research interests include the use of impedance cardiography to measure hemodynamic effects of blood flow restriction during aerobic exercise and the use of near infrared spectroscopy to measure mitochondrial capacity in collegiate athletes and age matched college students.

Last updated: 9/9/2022