Research Focus: Human Performance, Injury Prevention and Resilience in Sport, Health and Occupational Athletes.
Research Summary: For the past 20 years, Dr. Lindle has been involved in the health and fitness field as an educator, researcher, and consultant. Currently, she works primarily with "occuaptional athletes" i.e. public safety, first responders, and military personnel providing consulting services to various government, corporate and non-profit agencies including the United States Secret Service (USSS), NAVY, United States Air Force (USAF), District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Medical Services (DCFEMS) , Montgomery County Fire and Rescue (MCFR), National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC), Center for Disease Control (CDC), and SportFIT Training Center. She is also an adjunct faculty member in the Kinesiology Department, at the University of Maryland, School of Public Health, where she teaches a variety of exercise physiology courses. Her research focus has been in the areas of muscle physiology, biomechanics, and genetics. Her current reserach interests are in the area of performance, injury prevention and resilience of occupational athletes.
Affiliations: American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM, National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), American Council on Exercise (ACE), International Association of Fitness Professionals (IDEA) and National Aerobics and Ftiness Trainers Association (NAFTA).