Abigail Stickford PhD

Education: Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (2013-2015) - Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine, Dallas, TX, Emphasis: Cardiovascular and Autonomic Function; Ph.D. (2013) - Indiana University, Bloomington, IN - Human Performance-Exercise Physiology; M.S. (2009) - Indiana University, Bloomington, IN - Exercise Physiology; B.A. (2007) - DePauw University, Greencastle, IN - Kinesiology. Professional Affiliations/Organizations: American College of Sports Medicine, American College of Sports Medicine (Southeast Chapter), American Physiological Society, American Heart Association. Research Interests: Autonomic (neural) control of circulation (e.g., blood pressure, blood flow) and vascular function under conditions of health, stress (e.g., pregnancy, exercise), and disease; Sex differences in cardiopulmonary physiology; Relationships between kinematics and ventilatory, cardiovascular, and metabolic parameters during exercise.

There are 2 included publications by Abigail Stickford PhD:

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Locomotor-Respiratory Coupling Is Maintained In Simulated Moderate Altitude In Trained Distance Runners 2017 144 To determine whether acute exposure to simulated moderate altitude alters locomotor-respiratory coupling (LRC) patterns in runners, 13 trained male distance runners performed a running economy and maximal oxygen uptake (Vo2max) test in normoxia (NORM...
Role Of Corin In Blood Pressure Regulation In Normotensive And Hypertensive Pregnancy 2018 5 Corin (an atrial natriuretic peptide–converting enzyme) represents a potential biomarker for gestational hypertensive disorders; yet, its role in blood pressure (BP) regulation throughout pregnancy remains unclear. We investigated the time course of ...