Jacob A. Siedlik, MA, PhD

Jacob A. Siedlik, MA, PhD

Jacob A. Siedlik, MA, PhD

Associate Professor
College of Arts and Sciences

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Exercise Science and Pre-Health Professions

Position

  • Associate Professor

Secondary Appointment

  • School of Medicine

Publications and Presentations

Books

Articles

  • , 446, 7-14
  • , 56, 674-678
  • , 54(8), 825-832

Publications

  • , 56, 343-351
  • , 51, 74-81
  • , 154, 76-82
  • , 56 (9), 1086-1091
  • , 52 (5), 832-843
  • , 29 (4), 1139-1145
  • , 36 (3), 197-203
  • , 50 (6), 612-620

Presentations

Research and Scholarship

Grant Funding Received

  • Siedlik, J. Doctoral Student Research Fund. University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 2015. $2000 requested, $2000 awarded. T cell activation and functionality following a delayed isolation protocol
  • Vardiman J.P., Principal Investigator, Siedlik J., Graduate Student Co-investigator. Office of Naval Research (ONR), 2015. $371,000 requested, $371,000 awarded. University of Kansas. Expansion Proposal: Establishing Optimal Training Intervals for the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP) for Improvement in Physical Performance and Warrior Mindset.
  • Siedlik, J. Doctoral Student Research Fund. University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 2014. $1500 requested, $1500 awarded. Peripheral cytokine response to an acute dual-stress challenge.
  • Vardiman J.P., Principal Investigator, Siedlik J., Graduate Student Co-investigator. Office of Naval Research (ONR), 2014. $711,519 requested, $711,519 awarded. University of Kansas. Establishing Optimal Training Intervals for the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP) for Improvement in Physical Performance and Warrior Mindset.
  • Siedlik, J. Robert Lewis Prize in Philosophy. Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO, 2002 – 2003. $500 awarded. Defining the Concept of Space Using Modern Philosophy and Physics.
  • J. Siedlik, Principal Investigator, M. Belshan, Co-investigator. Dr. George F. Haddix President’s Faculty Research Fund. Creighton University, Omaha, NE. $15,000 requested, $15,000 awarded. Exercise induced T cell activation and its impact on HIV susceptibility.

Awards and Honors

  • Department of Health, Sport and Exercise Sciences Wayne Osness Outstanding Doctoral Student Award., 2015
  • NYPD Departmental Commendation for intelligent performance of duty while facing grave personal danger, NYPD, 2008
  • NYPD Departmental Citation for Meritorious Police Duty (2 awards), NYPD, 2007