David Spierer

Dr. Spierer has been involved in exercise physiology and academics for over 15 years. At the start of his career, Dr. Spierer worked as a clinician in a circulatory physiology laboratory and in sub-acute care settings taking care of patients with cardiovascular disease, pulmonary disease, and patients in need of a heart transplant. In 2008 Dr. Spierer became assistant professor at Long Island University Brooklyn, and in 2013 he was tenured as an associate professor and Director of Exercise Science. Dr. Spierer has taught courses and labs in fitness evaluation, exercise physiology, chronic  disease, clinical exercise physiology, and research methods. He has developed a variety of undergraduate and graduate clinical curriculum along with exercise science and fitness related affiliations. Dr. Spierer has presented and published his work in the areas of cardiovascular conditioning, athletic response time, activity trackers, Parkinson's disease, and swearing and exercise at national meetings and conferences. Dr. Spierer continues to teach online at Long Island University Brooklyn and at the University of Phoenix. Dr. Spierer now resides in Arizona.

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