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 173 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 26 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 ...