Professor of Kinesiology
Director, Health Professions
Dr. Clark joined the kinesiology faculty at Gordon College in 2000 and serves as the department chair. Dr. Clark teaches courses that focus on the neurophysiological and mechanical basis of human movement. He also serves as the Director for the Gordon College Center for Balance Mobility and Wellness.
Dr. Clark’s research interests focus broadly on the coordination and multisensory control of posture and orientation. His ... more ➔
Assistant Professor of Biology
Dr. Cornwell joined Gordon College in 2014. Her primary research involves understanding molecular signaling pathways leading to airway or gut remodeling in allergic diseases such as inflammatory asthma and eosinophil-driven gastrointestinal disorders. She was selected to participate in the fellowship program, “Bridging the Two Cultures of Science and the Humanities Part II,” sponsored by SCIO (Scholarship & Christianity in ... more ➔
Professor of Biology
Health Professions Advisor (Premed Advisor)
My research interests have centered around immunology and molecular biology. In graduate school at Brandeis University, I cloned and studied the transporter protein, called FcRn, that carries IgG antibodies across the human placenta under Dr. Neil E. Simister.
Subsequent to my graduate work, new roles the antibody transporter have been discovered—it extends the serum ... more ➔
Assistant Professor of Kinesiology
Dr. Sun joined Gordon College in 2021. Her research interests focus on preserving the health and independence of older adults by conducting translational and interdisciplinary research broadly related to the prevention of age-associated physical and cognitive disability. Her research projects involve the principles of exercise physiology, biological aging, gut microbiome, and pharmacology. Incorporating both human and pre-clinical rodent models, ... more ➔
Lecturer in Kinesiology
Dr. Gregory Walker ’11 is a physical therapist and clinic manager for the Harmeling Physical Therapy location on Gordon College’s campus. He has been an adjunct faculty member of Gordon’s kinesiology department since 2017. He’s a Gordon graduate and former member of the Men’s Basketball team. His areas of expertise include sports rehabilitation and rehabilitation for the cervical spine.