Clinical Associate Professor; Director of the Ismail Center
|Education:||M.S., Exercise Physiology, George Williams College, Williams Bay, WI|
B.S., Biology, University of Illinois at Chicago
B.A., Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago
|Office Phone:||(765) 49-66449|
|Office Fax:||(765) 49-61239|
|Web Site:||Ismail Center -- http://www.purdue.edu/hhs/hk/ismail|
- Coordinator -- Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at Rush-Presbyterian-St.Luke’s Medical Center (Chicago, IL)
- Director -- Preventive Heartsavers Program at Rush-Presbyterian-St.Luke’s Medical Center (Chicago, IL)
- Director -- Diabetes and Exercise Program at Rush-Presbyterian-St.Luke’s Medical Center (Chicago, IL)
Other Professional and Personal Interests:
Mr. Yahiro has designed and implemented an exercise program for patients with peripheral arterial disease. During his five years at Rush, he has helped many patients recover from heart events and encouraged individuals in making healthy lifestyle changes to help prevent disease. The past 17.5 years Lane has continued to help patients recover from heart events and make healthy lifestyle changes as a team member of Greater Lafayette’s heart program with Greater Lafayette Health Services. He has worked as an exercise physiologist for the Cardiac Rehabilitation Program serving both St. Elizabeth Medical Center and Home Hospital. Lane has also organized and supervised the internship program, primarily supervising undergraduate and graduate students from Purdue University and Ball State.
Lane resides in West Lafayette with his wife Sarah and three children, Jordan, Grace, and Emily. They attend Calvary Baptist Church in West Lafayette. He enjoys spending time with his wife and his children as they participate in academics, soccer, piano, volleyball, and gymnastics. Lane gets his exercise by running 5Ks, marathons and weightlifting.