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Dr. Michael ReederDr. Michael T. Reeder, DO

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Office: MC119


Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1988

Bachelor of Science (Biology), Youngstown State University, 1984



Michael Reeder is a faculty member in the Department of Kinesiology and teaches in the Athletic Training Program and Physician Assistant Educational Program. He is also involved in teaching and research in the Monfort Family Human Performance Lab at Colorado Mesa University. Reeder is a physician who initially completed an emergency medicine residency which was followed by a primary care sports medicine fellowship in Albany, NY. Reeder practiced sports medicine and emergency medicine for twenty-five years, including time as a team physician at CMU. His practice has included athletes and patients of every age and activity, from youth leagues to Olympic athletes. In addition, during that time in practice, he was involved in teaching undergraduate students at CMU, medical students, family practice residents and primary care sports medicine fellows.


Brent Alumbaugh, MS

Brent Alumbaugh

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Office: MC117


MS, University of New Mexico, Exercise Physiology

BA, Mesa State College, Exercise Science


Mr. Alumbaugh is the Clinical Coordinator/Physiologist for the Monfort Family Human Performance Research Laboratory and a part-time instructor for the Department of Kinesiology. He first attended Iowa State University and eventually took his bachelor's degree in exercise science from Mesa State College. After taking his bachelor's degree, Mr. Alumbaugh attended the University of New Mexico as a graduate assistant in the Department of Education, where he ultimately took his Master of Science degree in Physical Education. Throughout his educational tenure, Mr. Alumbaugh proudly served in the Colorado Army National Guard as a medic and physical training non-commissioned officer.


 Gannon A. White, PhD 


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Office: MC115g



PhD, University of Northern Colorado, Exercise Science 

BGS: Bachelors of General Studies 

AS: Associates of Science in Computer Science 


Dr. Gannon A. White completed his PhD in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Biomechanics from the University of Northern Colorado. While at UNC, Dr. White minored in Applied Statistics. He went on to teach Exercise Science and Statistics at the University of Arkansas for 9 years. He was also the graduate coordinator of the Exercise Science Program at the University of Arkansas. His research interests include EMG, economy of motion, or anything that is uniquely quanitifiable.When he is not busy teaching, Dr. White enjoys distance running, whitewater kayaking, rock climbing, chess, one wheeling, and slacklining. 


Bachman Nate, PhD 

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Office: MC115f



BS Colorado Mesa University, Exercise Science 

PhD Colorado State University, Human Bioenergenetics  

MS Colorado State University, Health and Exercise Science 



Nate Bachman, PhD is an instructor in the Department of Kinesiology. His teaching includes Physiology of Exercise, Clinical Exercise Physiology and Advanced Exercise Prescription, and Sport Nutrition. Nate’s primary career interest is to promote high-quality educational experiences for students in and out of the classroom.