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Memorial gathering for longtime employee Charlotte Cox to be held April 24 in Senate and Board Chamber Memorial gathering for longtime employee Charlotte Cox to be held April 24 in Senate and Board Chamber
(Campus Update - Apr 17)
Brantford family donates $1M to Laurier Brantford YMCA
(News Release - Apr 17)
Mark your calendar: Fall 2014/Winter 2015 course registration for returning undergraduate students opens June 23
(Campus Update - Apr 17)
Laurier alum named Bank of Canada senior deputy governor Laurier alum named Bank of Canada senior deputy governor
(Campus Update - Apr 17)
What's open over Easter weekend at Laurier
(Campus Update - Apr 17)
Graduate Studentsí Association names Researcher of the Year
(Campus Update - Apr 16)
Psychology professors bring lab-style experience to large lectures through interactive technology
(Campus Update - Apr 16)
WLU Press releases book based on Laurier professorís study of single mothers WLU Press releases book based on Laurier professorís study of single mothers
(Campus Update - Apr 15)
Laurier professor will help train next generation of Haitian scientists and innovators
(Campus Update - Apr 15)
Laurier prof weighs in on high-frequency trading controversy Laurier prof weighs in on high-frequency trading controversy
(News - Apr 14)
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Peter Tiidus, Kinesiology and Physical Education A former competitive swimmer and triathlete, Peter Tiidus focuses his research on the physiology of muscle damage caused by exercise. He looks at how estrogen affects muscle damage, inflammation and repair, as well as its ability to stimulate muscle satellite cell activity, which helps muscles to repair damage and respond to exercise training. Tiidus also examines how massage and ultrasound influences post-exercise muscle recovery and looks at the effects of training regimens on fibromylagia sufferers.

Peter Tiidus
Professor,
Kinesiology and Physical Education