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CPT Henning is a research physiologist in the Military Performance Division at the United States Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM), Natick, MA, the Army’s premier research organization for warfighter performance and environmental medicine. CPT Henning’s research supports Medical Research and Material Command Task Area: Physiological Mechanisms of Musculoskeletal Injuries. CPT Henning received his doctorate degree in exercise physiology from The Florida State University in December 2010. His research at Florida State focused on the cellular and molecular mechanisms regulating myofiber size in response to aging, catabolic stress and nutritional interventions. CPT Henning’s prior active duty experience was as a field medical officer while assigned to the First Cavalry Division at Fort Hood, Texas. He completed various assignments with the Cavalry and completed two combat tours in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom: (2004-2005) and (2006-2008).