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Vincent Chen

Dr. Vincent Chen

Assistant Professor

School:

School of Arts & Sciences

Department:

Exercise Science, Wellness and Sport

Office Location:

Wellness Center 529

Office Hours:

Educational Background

  • Texas A&M University, College Station TX
    • Ph.D. Health and Kinesiology, 2017
  • National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan
    • BS. Kinesiology, Health and Leisure Studies, 2005

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor, Georgian Court University, 2017-present
  • ES111 Foundation of Exercise Science and Wellness
  • ES330 Exercise Physiology (Lecture and Laboratory)
  • ES335 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
  • ES350 Exercise Testing and Prescription (Lecture and Laboratory)
  • ES340 Health and Weight Management
  • ES425 Strength and Conditioning
  • ES471 Research Project in Exercise Science
  • ES371 Research Experience
  • ES360 Administrative Aspects of Sport
  • ES320 Gender in Sports
  • ES325 Wellness Program Management
  • ES390, ES391, ES392 Internship
Adjunct Assistant Professor, New Jersey Scholarship and Transformative Education in Prisons Consortium (NJ-STEP), 2018-present
  • FITN115 Dynamics of Fitness & Wellness
    • South Woods State Prison
    • Garden State Youth Correctional Facility
    • Albert C. Wagner Youth Correctional Facility
  • FITN207 Sports Management
    • Garden State Youth Correctional Facility
Texas A&M University, TA / Instructor 2010-2017
  • HLTH240 Computer Technology in Health and Kinesiology
  • KINE427 Therapeutic Principles
  • KINE628 Nutrition in Sport and Exercise
  • KINE649 Applied Exercise Physiology

Research / Creativity Interest Area

Research Area

  • Exercise Physiology
  • Nutrition
  • Muscle Biology
  • Applying Technology in Exercise Performance

Research Projects

Current
  • The impacts of isolation and the effects of physical activity on the physiological and psychological status
  • The Relationship between Agility and Endurance Capacity, Breathing Parameters, and Gravity
  • The Effects of Creatine Supplementation on Athletic Performance and Training Adaptation
  • Applying Multiplex Adaptable Speed-Endurance Training Algorithm to Manage Aerobic, Anaerobic and Knee Proprioception Adaptation
Past
  • PPAR-delta and Resistance Exercise
  • The Effect of Choline Intake on Exercise Performance in Older Adult
  • The Effects of Caffeine on Muscle Protein Synthesis Post Resistance Exercise
  • Dietary Cholesterol and Resistance Training as Countermeasures to Accelerated Muscle Loss
  • The Effect of Cholesterol on Protein Synthesis Following High Intensity Muscle Contractions
  • Egg Cholesterol Consumption, Blood Cholesterol and Skeletal Muscle Hypertrophy

Publications & Presentations

  • Lee, T. V., Lee, C. W., Chen, V. C. W., Bui, S., Fluckey, J. D., & Riechman, S. E. (2019). The effects of hindlimb unloading versus dietary cholesterol and resistance training on rat skeletal muscle responses. Lipids in Health and Disease, 18(1).
  • Riechman, S. E., Lee, T. V., Chen, V. C. W., Lee, C. W., & Bui, S. (2015). 13. Whole egg as an athlete’s training and performance superfood. Handbook of Eggs in Human Function Human Health Handbooks, 215-230.
  • Riechman S.E., Lee C. W., Chikani G., Chen V. C. W., Lee T. V. (2009) Cholesterol and Skeletal Muscle Health. World Rev Nutr Diet.; 100:71-79.
  • Chen VCW, Esposito J. The Effects of Creatine and Resistance Training on Division-2 Collegiate Male Soccer Athletes. American College of Sports Medicine, 2020
  • Chen VCW, Lee CW, Fluckey JD, Riechman SE. Short-Term High Intensity Resistance Exercise-Induced Muscle Soreness Is Attenuated with Dietary Cholesterol. American College of Sports Medicine, 2019
  • Lee CW, Chen VCW, Bui S, Lee TV, Riechman SE. Short-Term Low Choline Intake May Not Negatively Affect Strength Gains in Older Adult. American College of Sports Medicine, 2019
  • Chen VCW , Lee CW , Fluckey JD , Riechman SE. Blood Lipid is Associated with Skeletal Muscle PPARδ Protein Content after a 10-week Resistance Exercise Trainin American College of Sports Medicine, 2018
  • Lee CW , Galvan E, Lee TV , Chen VCW, Bui S , Crouse SF, Fluckey JD, Smith SB , Riechman SE. The Effects of Choline Intake and Resistance Exercise Training on Strength Gains in Older Adults. American College of Sports Medicine, 2018
  • Lee CW, Galvan E, Lee TV, Chen VCW, Bui S, Crouse SF, Fluckey JD, Smith SB, Riechman SE. Lower Choline Intake is Associated with Diminished Strength and Lean Mass Gains in Older Adults. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 49(5S):321, May 2017
  • Chen VCW, Lee CW, Bui S, Riechman SE. Skeletal Muscle PPAR-delta Increases Acutely with Resistance Exercise Inversely Proportional to Body Fat Percentage. FASEB J, 30:lb708, April 2016
  • Chen VCW, Lee CW, Bui S, Lee TV, Fluckey JD, Riechman SE. Skeletal Muscle PPAR-delta increases with 10 Weeks of Resistance Training. FASEB J. 28:lb819, April 2014
  • Chen VCW, Lee CW, Lee TV, Bui S, Fluckey JD, Riechman SE. Changes in Body Composition with Six Weeks of Resistance Training. FASEB J. 27:lb759, April 2013
  • Lee T V, Bui S, Lee CW, Chen VCW, Fluckey JD, Riechman SE. The Effects of Dietary Cholesterol and Resistance Training as Countermeasures to Accelerated Muscle Loss. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 45(5):185, May 2013
  • Chen VCW, Lee CW, Lee TV, Bui S, Riechman SE. The Effect of Resistance Exercise Combined with Cholesterol Intake on Serum Lipid Profile in Elderly Men and Women. FASEB J. 26:1142.3, April 2012
  • Riechman SE, Lee CW, Chikani G, Lee TV, Chen VCW. Dietary Omega-3/Omega-6 Fat and Muscle Responses to Resistance Training In Older Adults. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 43(5):305, May 2011
  • Chen VCW, Lee CW, Lee TV, Bui S, Riechman SE. The Effect of Acute High-intensity Resistance Exercise and Dietary Cholesterol on PPARδ Protein Content in Skeletal Muscle. FASEB J. 25:lb598, April 2011
  • Bui S, Lee CW, Lee TV, Chen VCW, Riechman SE. The Effects of Habitual Caffeine Intake on Lean Body Mass and Strength Performance during 12-weeks of Resistance Exercise Training. FASEB J. 25:lb568, April 2011
  • Lee TV, Lee CW, Chen VCW, Bui S, Gasier H, Riechman SE. The Effects of Dietary Cholesterol and Resistance Training on Lean Mass Change and Cholesterol Metabolism in Rat Skeletal Muscle. FASEB J. 25:1057.18, April 2011
  • Lee CW, Lee TV, Chen VCW, Bui S, Riechman SE. Dietary Cholesterol Affects Skeletal Muscle Protein Synthesis Following Acute Resistance Exercise. FASEB J. 25:lb563, April 2011
  • Chen VCW, Lee CW, Lee TV, Chikani G, Bui S, Riechman SE. Blood Pressure is Decreased after Resistance Training in Stage 1 Hypertensive but not Normo- or Pre-hypertensive Elderly Men and Women. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, vol 42, pp 356, June 2010
  • Riechman SE, Lee CW, Lee T, Chen VCW, Bui S. Effect of Dietary Cholesterol on Blood Biomarkers during Resistance Training: Randomized Controlled Trial. FASEB 24:lb669, June 2010
  • Lee CW, Lee TV, Chen VCW, Bui S, Riechman SE. Dietary Choline Affects Strength Gains in Elderly People. FASEB J. 24:618.5, April 2010
  • Lee TV, Swift JM, Chen VCW, Lee CW, Bui S, Riechman SE. The Effects of Hindlimb Suspension on Proteins Essential to Cholesterol Metabolism in Rat Skeletal Muscle. FASEB J. 24:lb681, April 2010
  • Chen VCW, Lee CW, Lee TV, Chikani G, Riechman SE. Lean Mass gain with Resistance Training Is Independent of Gender. FASEB J. 23:955.26, April 2009
  • Lee TV, Lee CW, Gasier HG, Chikani G, Chen VCW, Riechman SE. Does Post Exercise Protein Reduce Total Protein Needs for Optimal Skeletal Muscle Responses to Resistance Training in Older Adults? FASEB J. 22:753.23, April 2008
  • Lee CW, Gasier HG, Chikani G, Lee TV, Chen VCW, Riechman SE. Does Dietary Cholesterol Increase Cardiovascular Risks in Exercising People? A Randomized Placebo-controlled Trial. FASEB J. 22:1175.8, April 2008

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