Alvaro N. Gurovich
Alvaro Gurovich, P.T., Ph.D. received
his Physical Therapy degree from Pontificia Universidad
Católica de Chile in 1990 and worked as a clinician for more
than 15 years.
In 2006, he moved to University of Florida where he received
his doctoral degree in Health and Human Performance in 2010
and moved to a post-doctoral position at University of
Florida College of Medicine, in the Department of Physiology
and Functional Genomics, until December 2011.
Dr. Gurovich is an active member of the
American Physical Therapy Association, the American
Physiological Society, the International Society for the
Advancements in Kinanthropometry, and the American College
of Sports Medicine, from which he was granted Fellow member
status in 2010.
Dr. Gurovich has more than 100
peer-reviewed scholarly products, including publications and
abstracted presentations; and he has been extremely active
procuring internal and extra-mural grants.
His current lines of research are exercise-induced
blood flow regulation and cardiovascular rehabilitation.