Associate Professor, Exercise Physiology
Dr. Nauris Tamulevicius
Dr. Tamulevicius completed his undergraduate degree in Physical Education at Lithuanian Sports University (formerly: Lithuanian Academy of Physical Education), Lithuania, and at the same university he completed a Master of Science degree in Biology (Sports Physiology) and his PhD in Biomedical Sciences (Exercise Physiology). Dr. Tamulevicius is an associate professor within the Exercise Physiology program since 2008 and, prior joining Barry University, he worked as an Exercise Physiologist at the Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater, Florida.
Dr. Tamulevicius has published and given numerous presentations at international, national and state conferences in his area of expertise. His research interests include: applied exercise and sports physiology, optimization of physical conditioning in different populations, along with exercise applications in the prevention of disease and disabilities. Dr. Tamulevicius is certified by the American College of Sports Medicine as an Exercise Physiologist.
Since 2011, Dr. Tamulevicius has served on the Board of International Council for Physical Activity and Fitness Research (ICPAFR).
Dr. Tamulevicius has been awarded numerous recognitions for his work in the field:
- “LAUDATIO” Award from the Department of Physical Education and Sport Government of the Republic of Lithuania. Awarded for contributions to prepare Lithuanian athletes for the 2008 Olympic Games.
- Community-Based Research Award 2014, Barry University.
- Fulbright Core Scholar Award 2015, United States Department of State.