Jacob M. Haus
Assistant Professor, Kinesiology and Nutrition
1919 W. Taylor St., 530 AHSB
Jacob Haus' academic and research training was a specialization in exercise physiology and metabolism with a specific focus on protein metabolism and skeletal muscle function with aging, as well as glucose and lipid metabolism with obesity, diabetes and aging. Haus also received training in biotechnology and he uses a clinical-translational approach to study the mechanisms of diabetes and aging.
The Haus Lab studies mechanisms of obesity, insulin resistance and diabetes and how exercise and diet can reverse or prevent these conditions. Current areas of focus involve hyperglycemia induced protein glycation. Their research is important so that early treatments for diabetes such as drugs that target the glycation endproducts or lifestyle interventions such as diet and exercise can be validated and incorporated into medical therapy to help prevent and treat the development of long-term complications associated with diabetes.
NIH, Strategies and Functional Outcomes of Enhancing In Vivo Production of Soluble Rage Isoforms, PI
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Lerner Research Institue and Case Western Reserve University, 2007-2011
PhD in Human Bioenergetics, Ball State University, 2007
MS in Exercise Physiology, Ball State University, 2004
BS in Exercise Science, Youngstown State University, 2001