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The Rudy Clarenburg Lecture Series


Dr. Rudy Clarenburg

The Rudy Clarenburg Lecture Series was established in 1996 to honor Rudolf Clarenburg, Professor of Anatomy and Physiology. The Lecture Series brings nationally and internationally acclaimed scientists to Kansas State University to discuss their research interests with students and faculty throughout the University. 

2001 - Dr. George A. Brooks

The Department of Anatomy & Physiology College of Veterinary Medicine present the Rudy Clarenburg Distinguished Lecture Series. This spring's lecture series features Dr. George A. Brooks. Dr. George Brooks will be presenting two lecture series on Monday, March 12 and Tuesday, March 13 at the Practice Management Center, Trotter Hall at 4:00 PM.

March 12: "Fuel Utilization During Exercise: The Crossover Concept."
March 13: "Exercise Substrate Utilization: The Lactate Shuttle."

Dr. George BrooksDr. George A. Brooks is presently Professor and Director of the Exercise Physiology Laboratory in the Department of Integrative Biology at the University of California at Berkeley. Dr. Brooks received his PhD from the University of Michigan in 1970 and then completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Muscle Biology Research Laboratory located at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Dr. Brooks is an established, internationally recognized muscle physiologist. He has been continually funded by the NIH for nearly 25 years and has published over 175 manuscripts in top-quality peer-reviewed physiology and biochemistry journals. We are grateful that Dr. Brooks has accepted the invitation to present the Rudy Clarenburg Lecture Series here in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University.

For more information about Dr. Brooks, you can view his webpage at

Former Clarenburg lecturers

1999 Dr. Arthur "Buzz" Brown
1998 Dr. Clara Franzini-Armstrong
1998 Dr. Gordon Mitchell
1997 Dr. Kim Johnson
1997 Dr. Larry Sinoway