Area: Health and Wellness
End Degree: B.S., Nursing
Licenses and Certifications
Licensed Registered Nurse, State of New Jersey
BLS and ACLS Certifications
CPR Instructor Certification
01:377:225 Contemporary Health Problems
Cynthia Jaouhari has been an Adjunct Professor in the Exercise Science Department at Rutgers University since 2009 teaching a course called Contemporary Health. Cynthia graduated from the University of Miami with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN). She has worked in traditional roles as a registered nurse in clinical, corporate and occupational settings.
While at Rutgers, she has worked in diverse environments with the athletic department as the sports medicine nurse for the over 700 student athletes in the 23 intercollegiate sport teams.
In the Rutgers exercise science department, she has worked as the research nurse to help conduct the research and been involved in many publications including: The effects of a combined resistance training and cardiovascular exercise program in college females: Does order matter? Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 24, 1 (2010); The effects of a post-workout nutraceutical drink on body composition, performance, and hormonal and biochemical responses in Division I college football players. Comparative Exercise Physiology, 6, 73-80 (2009); Effects of a neuromuscular dentistry-designed mouthguard on muscular endurance and anaerobic power. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 41, S94-95 (2009); The effects of a post-workout nutriceutical drink on power, inflammation, muscle breakdown, and oxidative stress in college football players. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 21, e41 (2007); Physiological and performance responses to Stemulite in conjunction with an exercise program (2008); Development and validation of a new multi-axis physical activity sensor (2009); Effects of the Pure Power Mouthguard on muscular endurance, anaerobic power, and fatigue (2008); A theory-based physical activity pilot intervention study in elders with ESRD (2006); The effects of theaflavin-enriched black tea extract on muscle soreness, oxidative stress, inflammation, and endocrine responses to acute anaerobic interval training (2006); Nutritional supplementation, body composition, and biochemical responses in Division I college football players (2006); and The impact of nutritional supplementation on performance, lean body mass, and oxidative stress in endurance athletes (2004) all within the human performance lab.
In her spare time, Cynthia enjoys exercising, volunteering and spending time with her friends and family.