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CURRICULUM VITAE Eric Arguello, PT, DPT, PhD, OCS, CSCS 8194 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas, Texas, 75231 Phone: (214) 706-2463; fax: (214) 706-2361 e-mail: [email protected] February 22, 2010 Education Ph.D. 2009 D.P.T. 2008 M.S.P.T 2006 M.S. 2000 B.A. 1998 Dissertation "The effects of focal cooling on dynamic neuromuscular control and knee biomechanics". December, 2009. Major Advisor: Emily Haymes, PhD, FACSM Professional Certification/Licensure Physical Therapist (PT), Florida license No. PT 23034 Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy (OCS), American Physical Therapy Association since 2009 Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), National Strength and Conditioning Association since 2000 Credentialed Clinical Instructor (CI), American Physical Therapy Association since 2008 Employment 01/2010 - Present 11/2006 ­ 12/2009 06/1999-08/2004 09/2003-12/2003 09/1990-8/1994 Texas Woman's University, School of Physical Therapy, Dallas, Texas. Assistant Professor. Tenure Track. Teach orthopedic and sports related courses for professional and post-professional programs. Select Physical Therapy, Tampa, Florida. Physical Therapist. Treated patients with musculoskeletal disorders. Florida State University, College of Human Sciences, Tallahassee, Florida. Teaching Assistant. Taught Anatomy and Physiology Labs and First Aid. Tallahassee Community College, Division of Science and Mathematics, Tallahassee, Florida. Adjunct Faculty. Taught Anatomy and Physiology Lab. United States Air Force, March AFB, CA. Medical Service Specialist (Medic). Provided care to active duty personnel, retired military, and military dependents. Exercise Physiology. Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. Physical Therapy. Regis University, Denver, Colorado. Physical Therapy. University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida. Exercise Physiology. Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. Pre-Medicine. Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois.

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TEACHING Courses Teaching at TWU (Graduate) Professional DPT (Entry-level) Program (Spring 2010 ­ present) Course Coordinator and Instructor PT6802 ­ Clinical Integration II (Spring 2010) PT5313 ­ Therapeutic Exercise and Intervention I (Summer 2010) Co-Teaching PT 5033 ­ Medical Kinesiology (Spring 2010) PT 5015 ­ Human Gross Anatomy (Fall 2010) SCHOLARSHIP/CREATIVE ACHIEVEMENTS Refereed Publications or Other Creative Achievements Journal Articles Greer, B., J. Woodard, J. White, E. Arguello, and E. Haymes. (2007) Branched-chain amino acid supplementation and indicators of muscle damage after endurance exercise. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 17, 595-607. Published Abstracts Greer, B., Woodard, J., White, J., Arguello, E., and Haymes, E. (2007) Branched-chain amino acid supplementation attenuates indirect indicators of muscle damage post-endurance exercise. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 39 (Suppl. 5):82. Presentations at Professional Meetings Arguello, E., Greer, B., Panton, L., Haymes, E. American College of Sports Medicine. Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD. (6/2010). Knee Cooling Alters Dynamic Neuromuscular Control and Decreases Joint Laxity. Research poster presentation. (Accepted for presentation) Honors and Awards Dean's Scholar (Florida State University) Teaching Assistantship (Florida State University) 1999-2004 Awarded United States Air Force Commendation Medal Airman of the Quarter (United States Air Force) Dean's List (Augustana College) Inductee to Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society Membership Invitation Golden Key International Honor Society Scholarly Work in Progress Articles Submitted Greer, B., White, J., Arguello, E., and E. Haymes. (2009) BCAA supplementation lowers perceived exertion but does not affect performance in untrained males. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. (In Press)

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Abstracts Submitted Arguello, E., Greer, B., Panton, L., Haymes, E. (2010) Knee Cooling Alters Dynamic Neuromuscular Control and Decreases Joint Laxity. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 42 (Suppl. 5): (In Press) PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Memberships in Professional Societies American Physical Therapy Association American Physical Therapy Association Sports section Florida Physical Therapy Association Texas Physical Therapy Association American College of Sports Medicine National Strength and Conditioning Association Service to the Community Pro-Bono Physical Therapy Services for local community. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Significant Professional Development Activities Regis University Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship Program, (5/09-Present). Courses and supervised practice related to orthopedic manual physical therapy 18 college credits required for certificate Completion of program satisfies requirements for Fellow membership in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists

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