Lucas Van Horn

Lucas Van Horn

  • Lecturer


Lucas Van Horn’s research interests include mild traumatic brain injuries/concussions and the cascading effects on posture, movement, and vision, specifically, how all three may be de-synchronized after injury. He focuses on communication within the classroom and active participation in student-led undergraduate research in his time at Norwich.


Ph.D. Human Functioning & Rehabilitation Science, University of Vermont, in progress
M.S. Exercise Science, West Chester University
B.S. Exercise Science and Biology, Shippensburg University 


Courses Taught

HHPR 365 Kinesiology
HHPR 404 Applications of Exercise Testing and Prescription
HHPR 202 Applications of Exercise Science


Van Horn, L. (2021). Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD): Diagnostics and Mechanisms of Action. *

Van Horn, L., Szilagyi, S., & Braun, W. A. (2020, July). Exercise’s Effect on Reaction Time and Answer Accuracy During Memory Recall. In MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE (Vol. 52, No. 17, pp. 619-619). *

Meske, S., Hazzard Jr, J. B., Ni, M., Hanson, T., Van Horn, L., & Smith, J. (2019). The prevalence of traumatic brain injury and on-campus service utilization among undergraduate students. The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 34(1), E18-E26.