Prof. Douglas Kalman, PhD
Dr. Kalman has been involved in over 100 clinical trials and projects within the pharmaceutical, medical and nutrition fields. He has published over 50 abstracts and more than 25 peer-reviewed manuscripts. He is also a Co-Editor of one journal (JISSN) and on the Editorial Board of three Scientific Journals.
Dr. Kalman received his undergraduate degree from Florida State University, Masters Degree from Hunter College – City University of New York and Doctorate in exercise and nutritional biochemistry (Health Research) from Touro University International. He is an Active Member and or Spokesperson with many organizations (ISSN, NSCA, APS, ACSM, etc.) and a co-founder of The International Society of Sports Nutrition (www.theissn.org). He has worked with Olympic Athlete’s (Nagano, Japan, Salt Lake City, UT, Torino, Italy and the upcoming London 2012 games) for Winter and Summer sports, professional athletes (i.e., MLB, NFL, NBA), musicians and music groups, combat sports (UFC-MMA), collegiate athletes and teams as well as Nike’s Elite Distance Racing Team (Oregon Project) and the general population. Dr. Kalman has edited four academic textbooks, contributed to more than five academic textbooks as well as two “popular press” books.
Dr. Kalman is an Adjunct Professor teaching Graduate Sports Nutrition in the Robert Stempel School of Public Health at Florida International University (FIU), Miami, Florida. He also is an Adjunct at the Florida Atlantic University (FAU), Boca Raton, Florida also teaching Sports Nutrition in the Department of Exercise Science and Health Promotion. In addition, Dr. Kalman is the Sports Nutritionist for the FIU Athletic Department, a Division I competitor