Clinical Professor, Health and Kinesiology
Office#: 117 Player Development Center - West Campus
Mail Stop: 4245
Office Phone: (979) 845-3991
Primary Emphasis Area: Kinesiology
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Short Bio
Dr. John Scott Green is a full Clinical Professor of clinical and applied exercise physiology at the Applied Exercise Science Laboratory and the Huffines Institute for Sports Medicine at Texas A&M University. He currently teaches courses in cardiovascular stress testing and electrocardiography, clinical exercise evaluation and prescription, therapeutic principles and instrumentation in sports medicine. He also teaches graduate level courses in exercise physiology laboratory techniques and introductory research design and statistics. His research is focused in two areas: 1. The interaction of exercise and estrogen replacement on the cardiovascular system in postmenopausal women. and 2. The perception of heart disease risk as it relates to actual physiological risk markers. He has authored over 27 refereed publications in such journals as "Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise", " Clinical and Experimental Metabolism", and the "Journal of Applied Physiology". He has presented his research at international scientific forums including the American College of Sports Medicine and the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. He holds 2 Bachelors degrees and a Masters degree from Southwestern Oklahoma State University, a Doctor of Education degree from Oklahoma State University, and Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology from Texas A&M. In 1992, he was elected to fellowship status in the American College of Sports Medicine, a college in which he also holds certifications as a Clinical Exercise Program Director and as an Exercise Test Technologist. His background as an educator include four years teaching high school math and coaching high school athletics in the state of Oklahoma as well teaching university courses in SCUBA diving, rock climbing, swimming, and weight training on the community college level.
Research Interests
Quantification of the Perception of Heart Disease Risk
The Interaction of Exercise and Hormone Replacement on the Cardiovascular System in Postmenopausal Women
Publications (journal articles, books, book chapters)*

1. Crouse, S.F., Green, J.S., Meade, T.H., Smith, D.R., Smith, S.B. (2016) Exercise raises high-density lipoprotein cholesterol in men after consumption of ground beef with a high but not low monounsaturated fatty acid-saturated fatty acid ratio. Nutrition Research 36(9) 974-981

2. Lambert, B.S., Oliver, J.M., Katts, G.R., Green, J.S., Martin, S.E., Crouse, S.F. (2012) DEXA or BMI: Clinical considerations for evaluating obesity in collegiate division I-A American football athletes. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine 22 436-438

3. Berent R., von Duvillard, S., Crouse, S.F., Auer, J., Green, J.S., Niebauer, J., Sinzinger H., Schmid, P. (2012) Discontinuation of combined resistance-endurance training increases cardiovascular risk factors. International Journal of Cardiology 156(2) 229-231

4. Oliver, J.M., Lambert, B.S., Martin, S.E., Green, J.S., Crouse, S.F. (2012) Predicting football players' dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry body composition using standard anthropometric measures. Journal of Athletic Training 47(3): 257-263

5. Carbuhn, A., Fernandez, T.E., Bragg, A.F., Green, J.S. & Crouse, S.F. (2010) Sport and training influence bone and body composition in women collegiate athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 24(7), 1710-1717.

6. Greene, N.P., Lambert, B.S., Greene, E.S., Carbuhn, A.F., Green, J.S. & Crouse, S.F. (2009) Comparative efficacy of water and land treadmill training for overweight or obese adults. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 41(9), 1808-1815.

7. Crouse, S. F., Meade, T., Hansen, B.E., Green, J.S., Martin, S.M. (2009). Electrocardiograms of college football athletes. Clinical Cardiology. 32 (1), 37-42

8. Crouse, S.F., Meade, T., Hansen, B.E., Green J.S. & Martin, S.E. (2009) Electrocardiograms of collegiate football athletes. Clinical Cardiology, 32(1), 37-42.

9. Berent, R., vonDuvillard, S.P, Crouse, S.F., Auer, J., Green, J.S., Sinzinger, H. & Schmid, P. (2009) Short-term residential cardiac rehabilitation reduces B-type natriuretic peptide. European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, 16(5), 603-608.

10. Miller, G., Dougherty, P.J., Green, J.S., & Crouse, S.F. (2008). Comparison of VO2PEAK using two different treadmill protocols. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 22(4): 1347-1354.

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* Publication was joint-authored with students
Diss Publication was from a dissertation
ROS Publication was from a record of study

Editorial Positions

Editorial Board Member (2005 - ). Medical Science Monitor

Professional Leadership/Service (International/National)

(2011). Asessment Coordinator.  Applied Exercise Physiology


(2008-2008). Teacher of the Year in Kinesiology.  Department of Health and Kinesiology

(2006). Allied Academies Distinguished Research Award. 

Fellow.  American College of Sports Medicine

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