Keith Burns

EducationKeith Burns

Ph.D., Exercise Physiology, Kent State University 
M.S., Exercise Science, University of South Carolina
B.A., Exercise Science, Malone University 


2022-Current: Associate Professor, Exercise Science, Malone University
2016-2022: Assistant Professor, Exercise Science, Walsh University
2013-2016: Adjunct Instructor, Biology, University of Mount Union  

Research Scholarly Work

Burns KJ, Durstine JL, Anderson E and Gordon B. Exercise programming for individuals with controlled cardiovascular, pulmonary, renal and metabolic diseases. In ACSM’s Resources for Exercise Physiologist. 3rd ed. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2021: Chapter 8.

Boyer W, Burns KJ, Jimenez A, Mayo X, Taylor BA, Zaleski AL. Exercise prescription for individuals with metabolic disease and cardiovascular disease risk factors. In ACSM’s Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription. 11th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer; 2021: Chapter 9. 

Harper S, Peters FJ, Pollock BS, Burns KJ, McDaniel J and Ridgel AL. Design of an eccentric recumbent ergometer to elicit delayed onset muscle soreness. Research Directs in Strength and Performance. 2021; 1(1):3.

LaScola P, Heidon CE, Pollock BS, Burns KJ, and McDaniel J. Physiological responses to counterweighted single-leg cycling in older males. International Journal of Exercise Science. 2020; 13(2):1487-1500.

Burns KJ, Pollock BS, Stavres J, Kilbane M, Brochetti A and McDaniel J. Passive limb movement intervals results in repeated hyperemic responses in those with paraplegia. Spinal Cord. 2018; 56:940-948.

Pollock BS, Peterson J, Calvo D, Gerhart H, Burns KJ, McDaniel J, Spitznagel MB and  Ridgel AL. The effects of a 7-day water aerobics exercise intervention on the cerebral hyperemic response to a cognitive task in individuals with Multiple Sclerosis. Journal of Exercise and Nutrition. 2018; 1(3).