John Miller

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Phone: (603) 862-0263
Office: Kinesiology, New Hampshire Hall, Durham, NH 03824
John P. Miller, Associate Professor, Kinesiology: Athletic Training

Dr. Miller is an associate professor of kinesiology teaching in the athletic training program at the University of New Hampshire. The courses he teaches are Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries, Concepts of Athletic Training, Pharmacology in Athletic Training, Ergogenic Aids in Sports, Seminar in Athletic Training, and Musculoskeletal Assessment.

Education

  • Ph.D., Exercise Physiology, University of Maryland
  • M.S., Exercise Physiology, Long Island University
  • B.S., Athletic Training, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
  • B.S., Education, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York

Courses Taught

  • 505: Activity, Injuries and Disease
  • 652: Clinical Kinesiology
  • 653A: Musculoskeletal Assessment
  • 667: Pharmacology Athletic Training
  • 668: Ergogenic Aids in Sports
  • AT 506: Concepts of Athletic Training
  • AT 507: Concepts Athletic Training Lab
  • AT 667: Pharmacology Athletic Training
  • AT 668: Ergogenic Aids in Sports
  • AT 693: Teaching Assistantship
  • KIN 505: Activity, Injuries&Disease\Hon
  • KIN 506: Concepts Ath Training Professn
  • KIN 507: Concepts Athletic Training Lab
  • KIN 652: Clinical Kinesiology
  • KIN 653A: Musculoskeletal Assessment
  • KIN 667: Pharmacology Athletic Training
  • KIN 668: Ergogenic Aids in Sports
  • KIN 693: Teaching Assistantship

Selected Publications

Croce, R. V., Miller, J. P., Smith, W. J., & Horvat, M. (2012). Surface electromyographic alterations of the knee extensor musculature based on contraction intensity and velocity. ISOKINETICS AND EXERCISE SCIENCE, 20(3), 155-165. doi:10.3233/IES-2012-0452

Croce, R. V., Miller, J. P., & Horvat, M. (2008). Alterations in torque and hamstrings agonist and antagonist activity over repeated maximum effort, reciprocal isokinetic flexion-extension movements. ISOKINETICS AND EXERCISE SCIENCE, 16(2), 139-149. doi:10.3233/IES-2008-0309

Miller, J. P., & Croce, R. V. (2007). Analyses of isokinetic and closed chain movements for hamstring reciprocal coactivation. JOURNAL OF SPORT REHABILITATION, 16(4), 319-325. doi:10.1123/jsr.16.4.319

Croce, R. V., & Miller, J. P. (2006). Coactivation patterns of the medial and lateral hamstrings based on joint position and movement velocity during isokinetic movements.. Electromyogr Clin Neurophysiol, 46(2), 113-122. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16796001

Croce, R. V., & Miller, J. P. (2006). Angle- and velocity-specific alterations in torque and semg activity of the quadriceps and hamstrings during isokinetic extension-flexion movements.. Electromyogr Clin Neurophysiol, 46(2), 83-100. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16795998

Croce, R. V., Miller, J. P., & St Pierre, P. (2000). Effect of ankle position fixation on peak torque and electromyographic activity of the knee flexors and extensors.. Electromyogr Clin Neurophysiol, 40(6), 365-373. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11039121

Miller, J. P., Croce, R. V., & Hutchins, R. (2000). Reciprocal coactivation patterns of the medial and lateral quadriceps and hamstrings during slow, medium and high speed isokinetic movements. JOURNAL OF ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND KINESIOLOGY, 10(4), 233-239. doi:10.1016/S1050-6411(00)00012-2

Miller, J. P., Vailas, J. C., Croce, R. V., Confessore, R., & Catlaw, K. (1999). Dynamic analysis of custom-fitted functional knee braces: EMG and brace migration during physical activity. JOURNAL OF SPORT REHABILITATION, 8(2), 109-122. doi:10.1123/jsr.8.2.109

RYAN, A. S., TREUTH, M. S., RUBIN, M. A., MILLER, J. P., NICKLAS, B. J., LANDIS, D. M., . . . HURLEY, B. F. (1994). EFFECTS OF STRENGTH TRAINING ON BONE-MINERAL DENSITY - HORMONAL AND BONE TURNOVER RELATIONSHIPS. JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, 77(4), 1678-1684. doi:10.1152/jappl.1994.77.4.1678

MILLER, J. P., PRATLEY, R. E., GOLDBERG, A. P., GORDON, P., RUBIN, M., TREUTH, M. S., . . . HURLEY, B. F. (1994). STRENGTH TRAINING INCREASES INSULIN ACTION IN HEALTHY 50-YR-OLD TO 65-YR-OLD MEN. JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, 77(3), 1122-1127. doi:10.1152/jappl.1994.77.3.1122

Most Cited Publications