Bio For Bill Campbell, PhD, FISSN, CSCS
Bill Campbell, PhD, FISSN, CSCS

Dr. Campbell is an Associate Professor in the School of Physical Education and Exercise Science at the University of South Florida. His master’s and doctoral degrees were earned at Baylor University while serving as the Coordinator of the Exercise and Biochemical Nutrition Laboratory. He joined the faculty at USF in the Fall of 2007.  Dr. Campbell is the Director of the Performance Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism Laboratory at the University of South Florida. His primary research interests include investigating the safety and efficacy of ergogenic aids/sports supplements, endocrine response to nutritional and exercise interventions, and mechanisms regulating skeletal muscle hypertrophy. He is a fellow of the International Society of Sports Nutrition where he also currently serves as the organization’s elected Secretary. In addition, Dr. Campbell has published multiple manuscripts and book chapters relative to performance nutrition. Teaching responsibilities include both the undergraduate and graduate levels at the University of South Florida. Undergraduate courses include: Nutrition for Fitness and Sport, Biomechanics, and Individualized Fitness/Wellness Programming. Graduate courses include: Advanced Topics in Strength & Conditioning, Nutrition & Metabolism, Cardiovascular Physiology, and Neuromuscular Physiology.
Dr. Cambell served as the Past President of the ISSN.