The Research in Exercise and Cardiovascular Health (REACH) laboratory is comprised of dedicated students, researchers, and volunteers from the community who work together to answer important questions about chronic disease and disability.
The REACH lab is focused on research that integrates three areas of study: cardiovascular physiology, brain aging, and stroke recovery.
Exercise interventions are used to maximize heart and brain health in people with and without disease. Using non-invasive methods, the lab team studies the heart, lungs, brain, and vascular system.
Billinger lended her expertise on a podcast titled "Regular Walking Breaks Prevent the Decline in Cerebral Blood Flow Associated with Prolonged Sitting." Listen
Billinger was featured on a podcast discussing her paper published in Journal of Applied Physiology titled "Dynamics of Middle Cerebral Artery Blood Flow Velocity During Moderate Intensity Exercise." Listen
To contact the REACH lab or schedule an appointment, please call 913-945-6630 or send us an email.