Former MS student James Tincknell’s thesis work is accepted for publication in Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism. James’s thesis was focused on the effects of high-intensity interval training on regulatory machinery of mitochondrial quality control in skeletal muscle of obese mice. Former undergraduate student Haley Spicuzza and current doctoral student Nicolas Berger are the co-authors of this paper. Congratulations to them! Thanks to all the people who contributed to this paper!