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Human Biology

James C. Marker, Ph.D

James C. Marker, Ph.D
Associate Professor
Chair of Human Biology
LS 449
(920) 465-2230

Advising: Human Biology (Exercise Science, Health Science, & General), Biology (Physiology), Pre-Physical Therapy, Athletic Training, Chiropractic, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Dental

Research Interests: My primary research interest relates to the role of hormones in the cardiovascular and metabolic response to exercise. I’ve studied the role of adrenaline etc. in regulating blood glucose during exercise.

Outside Interests: Sports (tennis and triathlons); Travel, Camping/canoeing, Music Theater, Perform in a Folk Band

Education: Ph.D. 1986 Brigham Young University, Provo, UT; M.S. 1981 Utah State University, Logan, UT; B.S. 1979 Weber State College, Ogden, UT


  • Exercise Physiology
  • Kinesiology
  • Sports Physiology
  • Human Physiology (Lab)
  • Introduction to Human Biology
  • Human Disease and Society
  • and Tennis (really)