Meet Dr. Danielle Levitt, a 2014 and 2016 NSCA Foundation Graduate Research grant recipient. She earned her PhD in biology with a focus on exercise physiology at the University of North Texas and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. Currently, she serves as an assistant professor of exercise physiology at Texas Tech University. Dr. Levitt's research interests revolve around skeletal muscle adaptations to training, nutrition, and alcohol, particularly exploring interorgan communication's impact on muscle function. For those interested in her field, she recommends resources like "Skeletal Muscle: From Molecules to Movement" and "Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research." To follow her work, you can find her on Instagram (@danielle_levitt_budnar) or on LinkedIn and ResearchGate under her name, Danielle Levitt.