Dr. Rahman is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Exercise and Sport Performance Department located in the Harold Alfond Forum. She received her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training from Canisius College, and Masters of Science in Exercise Physiology from Frostburg State University. She worked towards her doctorate degree at West Virginia University in Exercise Physiology with a concentration of Endorcrinology before coming to Maine to work at Maine Medical Center as their Clinical Exercise Physiologist and Athletic Trainer. She received her Certificate of Program Development from the Medical Education Leadership Program at the University of New England. She recently completed her Doctorate of Education in Higher Education Leadership at the University of New England.
Doctor of Education; Higher Education Leadership
University of New Englad
Masters of Science; Exercise Physiology
Frostburg State University
Bachelor of Science; Athletic Training
Board Certifications and Licenses
International Society of Sport Nutrition-Certified
National Athletic Training Association- Certified
Exercise and Chronic Disease prevention and management; exercise endocrinology- obesity and diabetes; clinical exercise physiology and athletic training;
General education and Teaching and Learning Scholarship
Diabetes/obesity and modes of exercise interventions; Behavioral modification through motivation and exercise in pediatric overwt populations; At home vs gym interventions
Rahman, Shireen, "Faculty Perceptions Of The Purpose And Value Of General Education: A Comparison Between The Liberal Arts And Health Professions" (2015). All Theses And Dissertations. Paper 45.
Rahman, S. (2014). Gross anatomy laboratory manual for the Physician Assistant: A clinical application approach. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.
Rahman, S. (2014). Gross anatomy laboratory manual for the health professional. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.
Rahman, S (2005). Endocrine Considerations. In J. Shanahan & M. Watt (Eds.), Sports Medicine: Just the Facts(181-192). McGraw-Hill.