Scholarly and Professional Achievements
Grant Support while at Carroll University
Carroll University Faculty Development Grant, 2019-2020
Carroll University Faculty Development Grant, 2020-2021
Deering RE, Senefeld J, Pashibin T, Neumann D, Hunter SK. Muscle Function and Fatigability of Trunk Flexors in Males and Females. Biology of Sex Differences 2017; 8:12.
Deering RE, Cruz M, Senefeld JW, Pashibin T, Eickmeyer S, Hunter SK. Impaired Trunk Flexor Strength, Fatigability, and Steadiness in Postpartum Women. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 2018, 50(8); 1558-1569.
Deering RE, Senefeld J, Pashibin T, Neumann D, Cruz M, and Hunter SK. Fatigability of the Lumbopelvic Stabilizing Muscles in Women 8 and 26 Weeks Postpartum. Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy 2018; 42(3): 128-138.
Deering R, Pashibin T, Cruz M, Hunter SK, Hoeger-Bement M. Fatiguing Trunk Flexor Exercise Decreases Pain Sensitivity in Postpartum Women. Frontiers in Physiology (Exercise Physiology) 2019; 10(315).
Deering RE, Chumanov ES, Stiffler-Joachim MR, Heiderscheit BC. Exercise Program Reduces Inter-Recti Distance in Female Runners Up to Two Years Postpartum. Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy 2020; 44(1):9-18.
Deering RE, Christopher SM, Heiderscheit BC. From Childbirth to the Starting Blocks: Are We Providing the Best Care to Our Postpartum Athletes? Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy 2020; 50(6): 281-284.
Honors and Awards
American Dissertation Fellowship
American Association of University Women
Veteran’s Affairs Advanced Fellowship in Women’s Health
William S. Middleton VA Hospital/University of Wisconsin Center for Women’s Health ResearchOffice of Academic Affiliations, US Department of Veterans Affairs
CTSI/NIH Post-Doctoral TL1 Training Fellowship Grant
CTSI of Southeastern Wisconsin, Medical College of Wisconsin
National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, National Institutes of Health
Women’s Health Research Program Grant (COMPLETED)
Medical College of Wisconsin, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Neuromuscular Function in Women Postpartum
Clinical & Translational Rehabilitation Health Sciences PhD Program
Department of Physical Therapy, Program in Exercise Science