Areas of Interest
Autonomic and Cardiovascular Control in Humans; Neurovascular Responses to Mental Stress; Sleep and Autonomic Activity in Humans; Sex Differences and Sympathetic Activity; Aerobic and Anaerobic Balance in Elite Athletes
Cardiovascular physiology, neurophysiology and exercise science.; Neural mechanisms of cardiovascular diseases and metabolic disorders.; Neural mechanisms of exercise training in regulating autonomic and cardiovascular function.
Autonomic Cardiovascular Control in Humans; Orthostatic and Simulated Orthostatic Stress; Exercise Interventions for Obesity, Diabetes, and Hypertension; Frailty in Older Adults; Traumatic Injury and Device Development
Adaptations to exercise training; Functional losses following injury; Skeletal muscle function; Cycling biomechanics; Physiology education
Central Mechanism of Salt Sensitive Hypertension; Brain Prorenin Receptor and Hypertension; Brain Orexin System and Hypertension; Stress and Neuroinflammation and Hypertension; Neuronal Mechanism of Metabolic Syndrome
Cognitive Aging; Cognitive Neuroscience; Motor Learning; Sensorimotor Control; Memory; Cognitive Control