Shel Levine, MS, MSA, CES

A photo of Shel Levine

Associate Professor of Clinical Exercise Physiology

Health Promotion and Human Performance

319P Porter

734.487.2818

slevine@emich.edu

Education

  • ABD, Exercise Physiology, Syracuse University
  • MS, Exercise Physiology, West Virginia University
  • MSA, Health Administration, Central Michigan University

Publications

  • Levine, S., Coyne, B., and Colvin, L. (2015) Clinical Exercise Electrocardiography. Jones & Bartlett Learning Publishers: Boston.
  • McGregor, SJ., Johnson, P.M., Madrigal, D., Levine, S., Rubenfire, M. (2010). Power changes with treatment of coronary stenosis in a highly trained cyclist. Clinical Journal Sport Medicine, 20(4):325–6.
  • Bushman, B. and Levine, S. (2010). Exercise Assessment in Special Populations. Chapter in ACSM's Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 6th ed. pp 414427. Wolters Kluwer/LWW:Philadelphia.

Presentations

  • Levine, S., McGregor, S.J., Johnson, P.M., Madrigal, D., Rubenfire, M. (2010). Power changes with treatment of coronary stenosis in a highly trained cyclist. Poster presented at 2010 American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting. Baltimore (June, 2010).
  • Levine, S.D.: Clinical Exercise Physiology: A Pharmacological Update – Diabetes Mellitus. Presented at the 2009 Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. Seattle, WA (May, 2009).
  • Levine, S.D. and Spring, T.: ACSM Certifications: The Gold Standard. Presented to Midwest American College of Sports Medicine annual meeting. Bowling Green, OH (October, 2008).
  • Levine, S.D. and Sutterlutey, A.J.: ACSM Certifications: The Gold Standard. Presented to Midwest American College of Sports Medicine annual meeting. Columbus, OH (October, 2007).
  • Levine, S.D.: Diabetes and Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Pharmacological Update. Presented to Midwest American College of Sports Medicine annual meeting. Mount Pleasant, MI (October, 2006).
  • Levine, S.D.: Diabetes and Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Pharmacological Update. Presented to Michigan Society of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation annual meeting. Kalamazoo, MI (May, 2005).

Courses

  • SPMD 410 Lab Techniques of Human Performance
  • SPMD 430 Electrocardiography
  • SPMD 432 Exercise Programming
  • SPMD 515 Diabetes and Obesity

Professional

Following a 13-year career in Clinical Exercise Physiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation at the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo and Botsford Hospital in Farmington Hills, Professor Levine joined the faculty at EMU in 1999. He was coordinator of the exercise science program for 12 years and now maintains the role of clinical coordinator. Professor Levine teaches the clinically relevant courses and, therefore, his scholarly focus is in the clinical exercise physiology area. In 2009, he was awarded the EMU Teaching Excellence Award.

Professor Levine is certified by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) as a clinical exercise physiologist. Professionally,  he has been heavily involved with ACSM Serving on the Professional Education Committee for seven years and the Credentialing and Certification Review Board (Clinical Exercise Physiologist Subcommittee) for seven years. In addition, Professor Levine has served as chair of the National Student Quiz Bowl Committee since its inception in 2008. He served for two years as member at large on the board of directors For the Midwest region of the ACSM.