The Centre is proud of its strong publication record, and is dedicated to advancing its field.
  1. Cheung S, Ainslie PN (2021) Advanced Environmental and Exercise Physiology (2nd Edition). ISBN: 9781492593980
  2. Luks AM, Ainslie PN, Lawley JS, Roach RC, Sampson T, (2021) Ward, Milledge and West’s High Altitude Medicine and Physiology (6th Edition). CRC Press. ISBN 9780367001353
  3. Tremblay JC and Ainslie PN (2021) Global and country-level estimates of human population at high altitude. Proc Nat Acad Sci USA, 4;118(18):e2102463118. DOI:
  4. Willie CK, Patrician A, Hoiland RL, Williams A, Gasho C, Subedi P, Anholm J, Drane A, Tymko MM, Flück D, Plato S, McBride M, Francesco G, Binsted G, Eller LK, Reimer RA, MacLeod DM, Stembridge M, Ainslie PN (2021) Influence of iron manipulation on hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction and pulmonary reactivity during ascent and acclimization to 5050m. J Physiol, 599(5):1685-1708 DOI:
  5. Hoiland RL, Caldwell HG, Howe CA, Nowak-Flück D, Stacey BS, Bailey DM, Paton JE, Green DJ, Sekhon MS, Macleod DM, Ainslie PN (2020). Nitric oxide is fundamental to neurovascular coupling in humans. J Physiol, 598(21):4927-4939 DOI:
  6. Bain AR, Hoiland RL, Donnelly J, Fluck D, Sekhon M, Greiner J. DeSouza CA, Ainslie PN (2020) Cerebral metabolism, pro-oxidation, and pro-inflammation in severe passive heat stress; influence of arterial pH. J Physiol, 598 (5):943-954 DOI:
  7. Stembridge M, Williams AM, Gasho C, Dawkins TG, Drane A, Villafuerte FC, Levine BD, Shave R, Ainslie PN (2019) The overlooked significance of plasma volume for successful adaptation to high altitude in Sherpa and Andean natives. Proc Nat Acad Sci USA, 116(33):16177-16179 DOI:
  8. Hoiland RL, Howe CA, Carter HH, Tremblay JC, Willie CK, Donnelly J, MacLeod DB, Gasho C, Stembridge M, Boulet LM, Niroula S, Ainslie PN (2019) UBC-Nepal expedition: phenotypical evidence for evolutionary adaptation in the control of cerebral blood flow and oxygen delivery at high altitude. J Physiol, 597(12):2993-3008 DOI:
  9. Smith KJ, Macleod DB, Willie CK, Smith KJ, Lewis NC, Day, TD, Ikeda K, Hoiland RL, Macleod N, Ainslie PN (2014) Influence of high altitude on cerebral blood flow and fuel utilization during exercise and recovery. J Physiol, 15; 5507-27. DOI:
  10. Willie CK, Macleod DB, Shaw AD, Smith KJ, Tzeng YC, Eves NE, Ikeda K, Graham J, Lewis NC, Day TA, Ainslie PN (2012) Regional brain blood flow in man during acute changes in arterial blood gases. J Physiol, 15: 3261-75 DOI:
  1. Debenham MIB, Smuin J, Grantham TDA, Ainslie PN, Dalton BH. Invited Review: Hypoxia and Standing balance control. Eur J Appl Physiol 121: 993-1008, 2021. DOI:
  2. Kennefick M, Burma JS, Copeland PV, van Donkelaar P, McNeil CJ, Dalton BH. Modulation of vestibular-evoked responses in the upper and lower limb prior to simple and complex movements. Exp Brain Res 238: 869-881, 2020. DOI:
  3. Kysar JE, Dalton BH. Static monocular visual cues can decrease the vestibular-evoked balance response at low frequencies. Gait Posture 69: 162-168, 2019. DOI:
  4. McIntosh EI, Power GA, Dalton BH. The vestibulomyogenic balance response is elevated following high-intensity lengthening contractions of the lower limb. Neurosci Lett 675: 120-126, 2018. DOI:
  5. Wallace JW, Rasman BG, Dalton BH. Vestibular-evoked responses indicate a functional role for intrinsic foot muscles during standing balance. Neurosci 377: 150-160, 2018. DOI:
  6. Lanning AC, Power GA, Christie AC, Dalton BH. Influence of sex on performance fatigability of the plantar flexors following repeated maximal dynamic shortening contractions. Appl Physiol Nutr and Metab 42: 1118-1121, 2017. DOI:
  7. McGeehan MA, Woollacott MH, Dalton BH. Vestibular control of balance is enhanced with increased cognitive demand. Exp Brain Res 235: 1031-1040, 2017. DOI:
  8.  Dalton BH, Rasman BG, Inglis JT, Blouin J-S. The internal representation of head orientation differs for conscious perception and balance control. J Physiol 595: 2731-2749, 2017. DOI:
  9. Bogost MD, Burgos PI, Little CE, Woollacott MH, Dalton BH. Three dimensional cortical activity representation of whole-body surface translations during single and dual-task paradigms. Front Hum Neurosci 10: 524, 2016. DOI:
  10. Dalton BH, Blouin J-S, Allen MD, Rice CL, Inglis JT. The altered vestibular-evoked myogenic and whole-body postural responses in old men during standing. Exp Gerontol 60: 120-128, 2014. DOI:
  1. Wright SP, Cheyne WS, Gelinas JC, Harper MI, Sasso JP, Eves ND. Systolic Reserve Maintains Left Ventricular-Vascular Coupling When Challenged by Adverse Breathing Mechanics and Hypertension In Healthy Adults. Journal of Applied Physiology, 2021. DOI:
  2. Wright SP, Dawkins TG, Eves ND, Shave R, Tedford RJ, Mak S.  Hemodynamic Function of The Right Ventricular-Pulmonary Vascular-Left Atrial Unit: Normal Responses To Exercise In Healthy Adults. American Journal of Physiology – Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 2021. DOI:
  3. Cheyne WS, Harper MI, Gelinas JC, Sasso JP Eves ND. Mechanical Cardiopulmonary Interactions During Exercise In Health And Disease. Journal of Applied Physiology 128(5)1271-1279, 2020.  DOI:
  4. Cheyne WS, Gelinas JC, Eves ND. Hemodynamic Effects of Incremental Lung Hyperinflation. American Journal of Physiology – Heart and Circulatory Physiology 315(3): H474-H481, 2018. DOI:
  5. Gelinas J, Lewis N, Harper MI, Rolf JD, Eves ND. Aerobic Exercise Training Does Not Alter Vascular Structure and Function in COPD. Experimental Physiology. 102(11): 1548-1560, 2017. DOI:
  6. Williams AM, Shave RE, Cheyne WS, Eves ND. The Influence of Adrenergic Stimulation on Sex-Differences in Left Ventricular Twist Mechanics. Journal of Physiology, 595(12): 3973-3985, 2017. DOI:
  7. Cheyne WS, Williams AM, Harper MI, Eves ND. Heart-Lung Interaction in a Model of COPD: The Importance of Lung Volume. American Journal of Physiology – Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 311(6): H1367-H1374, 2016.  DOI:
  8. Williams AM, Shave RE, Stembridge M, Eves ND. Females Have Greater Left Ventricular Twist Mechanics Than Males During Acute Reductions to Preload. American Journal of Physiology – Heart and Circulatory Physiology 311(1):H76-84, 2016. DOI:
  9. Davidson WJ, Verity WS, Traves SL, Leigh R, Ford GT, Eves, ND. The Effect of Incremental Exercise on Airway and Systemic Inflammation in Patients with COPD. Journal of Applied Physiology 112(12):2049-56, 2012. DOI:
  10. Eves ND, Sandmeyer LC, Wong EY, Jones LW, MacDonald GF, Ford GT, Petersen SR, Bibeau MD, Jones RL. Helium-Hyperoxia: The Benefits Of Helium-Hyperoxia In The Pulmonary Rehabilitation Of Patients With COPD. Chest 135(3):609-618, 2009. DOI:
  1. Boulet LM, Vermeulen TD, Cotton P, Foster GE. (2020) Influence of blood PO2on the stability of agitated saline contrast.  Journal of Applied Physiology. 129: 1341-1347. DOI:
  2. Vermeulen TD, Benbaruj J, Brown CV, Shafer B, Floras JS, Foster GE. (2020) Acute intermittent hypercapnic hypoxia and cerebral neurovascular coupling in males and females.  Experimental Neurology. 334: 113441. DOI:
  3. Vermeulen TD, Benbaruj J, Brown CV, Shafer BM, Floras JS, Foster GE. (2020) Peripheral chemoreceptor contribution to ventilatory long-term facilitation induced by acute intermittent hypercapnic hypoxia in healthy males and females. Journal of Physiology.598(20): 4713-4730 DOI:
  4. Vermeulen TD, Shafer BM, Incognito AV, Nardone M, Teixeira AL, Millar PJ, Shoemaker JK, Foster GE. (2020) Case Studies in Physiology: Sympathetic neural discharge during sinus pause induced by an end-expiratory breath hold in a healthy male.  Journal of Applied Physiology.  129: 230-237. DOI:
  5. Brown CV, Boulet LM, Vermeulen TD, Sands SA, Wilson RJA, Ayas NT, Floras JS, Foster GE. (2020) Angiotensin II-type-I receptor antagonism does not influence the chemoreceptor reflex or hypoxia-induced central sleep apnea in men. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 14:382. Doi: 10.3389/fnins.2020.00382 DOI:
  6. Stuckless TJR, Vermeulen TD, Brown CV, Boulet LM, Shafer BM, Wakeham DJ, Steinback CD, Ayas NT, Floras JS, Foster GE. (2020) Acute intermittent hypoxia and sympathetic neurovascular transduction in men. Journal of Physiology.  598(3): 473-487. DOI:
  7. Ayas NT, Foster GE, Shah N, Floras J, Laher I. (2019) Could Adjunctive Pharmacology Mitigate Cardiovascular Consequences of OSA? American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. 200(5): 551-555. DOI:
  8. Boulet LM, Teppema LJ, Hackett HK, Dominelli PB, Cheyne WS, Dominelli GS, Irwin DC, Buehler PW, Baek JH, Swenson ER, Foster GE. (2018) Attenuation of hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction by acetazolamide and methazolamide in humans. J Appl Physiol. 125: 1795-1803. DOI:
  9. Dominelli PB, McNeil C, Vermeulen TD, Brown C, Stuckless TJR, Dominelli GS, Swenson ER, Teppema LJ,Foster GE. (2018) Effect of acetazolamide and methazolamide on diaphragm and dorsiflexor fatigue: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Applied Physiology. 125(3): 770-779. DOI:
  10. Vermeulen TD, Boulet LM, Stembridge M, Williams AM, Anholm J, Subedi P, Gasho C, Ainslie PN, Feigl EO, Foster GE. (2018) Influence of myocardial oxygen demand on the coronary vascular response to arterial blood gas changes in humans. American Journal of Physiology, Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 315: H132-H140 DOI:
  1. Falkenhain K, Roach LA, McCreary S, McArthur E, Weiss EJ, Francois ME, Little JP. Effect of carbohydrate-restricted dietary interventions on LDL particle size and number in adults in the context of weight loss or weight maintenance: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Am J Clin Nutr. 2021 Jun 22 DOI: .
  2. Falkenhain K, Locke SR, Lowe DA, Reitsma NJ, Lee T, Singer J, Weiss EJ, Little JP. Keyto App and Device versus WW App on Weight Loss and Metabolic Risk in Adults with Overweight or Obesity: A Randomized Trial. Obesity (Silver Spring). 2021 Jun 14. DOI:
  3. Rafiei H, Omidian K, Myette-Côté É, Little JP. Metabolic Impact of Breaking Up Prolonged Sitting with Stair Climbing Exercise Snacks. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2021 53(1):150-158. DOI:
  4. Walsh JJ, Neudorf H, Little JP. 14-days of ketone supplementation lowers glucose and improves vascular function in obesity: a randomized crossover trial, J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 06 (4), e1738-e1754 DOI:
  5. Abbie E, Francois ME, Chang CR, Barry JC, Little JP. A low-carbohydrate protein-rich bedtime snack to control fasting and nocturnal glucose in type 2 diabetes: A randomized trial. Clin Nutr. 2020 39(12):3601-3606. DOI:
  6. Gibala MJ, Little JP. Physiological basis of brief vigorous exercise to improve health. J Physiol. 2020 Jan;598(1):61-69. DOI:
  7. Myette-Côté É, Caldwell HG, Ainslie PN, Clarke K, Little JP. A ketone monoester drink reduces the glycemic response to an oral glucose challenge in individuals with obesity: a randomized trial. Am J Clin Nutr. 2019 Dec 1;110(6):1491-1501. DOI:
  8. Chang C, Francois ME, Little JP (2019). Restricting carbohydrates at breakfast is sufficient to reduce 24-h exposure to postprandial hyperglycemia and improve glycemic variability. Am J Clin Nutr. 109(5):1302-1309. DOI:
  9. Little JP, Langley J, Lee M, Myette-Côté E, Jackson G, Durrer C, Gibala MJ, Jung ME. Sprint exercise snacks: a novel approach to increase aerobic fitness. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2019 Mar 7. DOI:
  10. Myette-Côté É, Durrer C, Neudorf H, Bammert TD, Botezelli JD, Johnson JD, DeSouza CA, Little JP. Short-term low-carbohydrate high-fat diet with or without post-meal walks on glycemic control and inflammation in type 2 diabetes: A randomized trial. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 315(6):R1210-R1219. DOI:
  11. Barry JC, Simtchouk S, Durrer C, Jung ME, Mui AL, Little JP*. (2018) Short-term exercise training reduces anti-inflammatory action of interleukin-10 in adults with obesity. Cytokine. 111:460-469. DOI:
  1. Tallon CM, Barker AR, Nowak-Flück D, Ainslie PN, McManus AM. The influence of age and sex on cerebrovascular reactivity and ventilatory response to hypercapnia in children and adults. Experimental Physiology, 2020; 105:1090-1101. DOI:
  2. Tallon CM, Simair RG, Koziol AV, Ainslie PN, McManus AM. Intracranial vascular responses to high-intensity exercise and moderate steady-state exercise in children. Pediatric Exercise Science, 2019; 31(3):290-295. DOI:
  3. Ellis LA, Ainslie PN, Armstrong VA, Morris LE, Simair RG, Sletten NR, Tallon CM,McManus AM. Anterior cerebral blood velocity and end-tidal CO2 responses to exercise differ in children and adults. American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 2017; 312(6):H1195-H1202. DOI:
  4. McManus AM, Ainslie PN, Green DJ, Simair R, Smith K, Lewis N. Impact of prolonged sitting on vascular health in young girls. Experimental Physiology, 2015; 100(11):1379-87. DOI:
  5. McManus AM, Sletten NR, Green DJ. The impact of different exercise intensities on vasodilation and shear rate patterns in children. Pediatric Exercise Science, 2019;31(3):282-289. DOI:
  6. Rieger MG, Nowak-Flück D, Morris LE, Niroula S, Sherpa KT, Tallon CM, Stembridge M, Ainslie PN, McManus AM. UBC-Nepal expedition: cerebrovascular responses to exercise in Sherpa children residing at high altitude. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 2019;20(1):45-55. DOI:
  7. Flück D, Morris LE, Niroula S, Tallon CM, Sherpa KT, Stembridge M, Ainslie PN, McManus AM. UBC-Nepal expedition: markedly lower cerebral blood flow in high altitude Sherpa children compared to children residing at sea-level. Journal of Applied Physiology, 2017;123(4):1003-1010. DOI:
  8. Morris LE, Flück D, Ainslie PN, McManus AM. Cerebrovascular and ventilatory responses to acute normobaric hypoxia in girls and women. Physiological Reports, 2017; Aug 5(15). pii: e13372; doi: 10.14814/phy2.13372. DOI:
  9. Armstrong N, Barker AR, McManus AM. Muscle metabolism changes with age and maturation with reference to youth sport performance. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2015; 49(13):860-864. DOI:
  10. Yu CCW, McManus AM, Au CT, So HK, Chan A, Sung RYT, Li AM. Appropriate scaling approach for evaluating peak VO2 in Southern Chinese 8 to 16 years old. PLoS One, 2019;14(3):e0213674. DOI:
  1. Yacyshyn AF, Woo EJ, Price MC, McNeil CJ (2016). Motoneuron responsiveness to corticospinal tract stimulation during the silent period induced by transcranial magnetic stimulation. Experimental Brain Research. 234(12):3457-3463 DOI:
  2. Ruggiero L, Yacyshyn AF, Nettleton J, McNeil CJ (2018). UBC-Nepal Expedition: acclimatization to high-altitude increases spinal motoneurone excitability during fatigue in humans. The Journal of Physiology. 596(15):3327-3339 DOI:
  3. Yacyshyn AF, Nettleton J, McNeil CJ (2018). The effects of sex and motoneuron pool on central fatigue. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 50(5):1061-1069 DOI:
  4. Ruggiero L, Hoiland RL, Hansen AB, Ainslie PN, McNeil CJ (2018). UBC-Nepal Expedition: peripheral fatigue recovers faster in Sherpa than Lowlanders at high altitude. The Journal of Physiology. 596(22):5365-5377 DOI:
  5. Kennefick M, Burma JS, van Donkelaar P, McNeil CJ (2019). The time course of motoneuron excitability during the preparation of complex movements. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 31(6):781-790 DOI:
  6. Ruggiero L, Hoiland RL, Hansen AB, Ainslie PN, McNeil CJ (2020). High-altitude acclimatization improves recovery from muscle fatigue. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 52(1):161-169 DOI:
  7. Yacyshyn AF, McNeil CJ (2020). The sexes do not differ for neural responses to submaximal elbow extensor fatigue. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 52(9):1992-2001 DOI:
  8. Yacyshyn AF, McNeil CJ (2020). Electrically evoked force loss of the knee extensors is equivalent for young and old females and males. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 45(11):1270-1276 DOI:
  9. Bruce CD, Ruggiero L, Dix GU, Cotton PD, McNeil CJ (2021). Females and males do not differ for fatigability, muscle damage and magnitude of the repeated bout effect following maximal eccentric contractions. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 46(3):238-246 DOI:
  10. Magnuson JR, Doesburg SM, McNeil CJ (2021). Development and recovery time of mental fatigue and its impact on motor function. Biological Psychology 161:e108076 (7 pages) DOI:
  1. Dawkins Tony G, Curry Bryony A, Drane Aimee L, Lord Rachel N, Richards Cory, Brown Megan, Pugh Christopher J A, Lodge Freya, Yousef Zaheer, Stembridge Michael, Shave Rob E. (2020, August). Stimulus-specific functional remodeling of the left ventricle in endurance and resistance-trained men.American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology, 319(3), H632-H641. DOI:
  2. Shave Robert E, Lieberman Daniel E, Drane Aimee L, Brown Marcel G, Batterham Alan M, Worthington Steven, Atencia Rebeca, Feltrer Yedra, Neary Jennifer, Weiner Rory B, Wasfy Meagan M, Baggish Aaron L. (2019, September 16). Selection of endurance capabilities and the trade-off between pressure and volume in the evolution of the human heart.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 116(40), 19905-19910. DOI:
  3. Drane Aimee L, Atencia Rebeca, Cooper Stephen-Mark, Rodriguez Pablo, Sanchez Carlos, Simcox Sarah, Feltrer Yedra, Peck Bruce, Eng Jaclyn, Moittie Sophie, Unwin Steve, Howatson Glyn, Oxborough David, Stembridge Mike R, Shave Rob E. (2019, June). Cardiac structure and function characterized across age groups and between sexes in healthy wild-born captive chimpanzees (Pan Troglodytes) living in sanctuaries.American journal of veterinary research, 80(6), 547-557. DOI:
  4. Stembridge Mike, Ainslie Philip N, Boulet Lindsey M, Anholm James, Subedi Prajan, Tymko Michael M, Willie Christopher K, Cooper Stephen-Mark, Shave Rob. (2018, May 28). The independent effects of hypovolaemia and pulmonary vasoconstriction on ventricular function and exercise capacity during acclimatisation to 3800 m.The Journal of physiology. DOI:
  5. Stembridge M, Ainslie PN, Donnelly J, MacLeod NT, Joshi S, Hughes MG, Sherpa K, Shave R. (2016, March). Cardiac structure and function in adolescent Sherpa; effect of habitual altitude and developmental stage.Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 310(6), H740-746. DOI:
  6. Stöhr EJ, McDonnell B, Thompson J, Stone K, Bull T, Houston R, Cockcroft J, Shave R. (2012, May). Left ventricular mechanics in humans with high aerobic fitness: adaptation independent of structural remodelling, arterial haemodynamics and heart rate.J Physiol, 590(1), 2107-19. DOI:
  7. Stöhr EJ, González-Alonso J, Shave R. (2011, August). Left ventricular mechanical limitations to stroke volume in healthy humans during incremental exercise.Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 301(2), H478-87. DOI:
  8. Shave R, Baggish A, George K, Wood M, Scharhag J, Whyte G, Gaze D, Thompson PD. (2010, July). Exercise-induced cardiac troponin elevation: evidence, mechanisms, and implications.J Am Coll Cardiol, 56(3), 169-76. DOI:
  9. Middleton N, George K, Whyte G, Gaze D, Collinson P, Shave R. (2008, November). Cardiac troponin T release is stimulated by endurance exercise in healthy humans.J Am Coll Cardiol, 25(52), 1813-4. DOI:
  10. Hart E, Dawson E, Rasmussen P, George K, Secher NH, Whyte G, Shave R. (2006, September). Beta-adrenergic receptor desensitization in man: insight into post-exercise attenuation of cardiac function.J Physiol, 577(Pt 2), 717-25. DOI:
  1. Williams AM, Manouchehri N, Erskine E, Tauh K, So K, Shortt K, Webster M, Fisk S, Billingsley A, Munro A, Tigchelaar S, Streijger F, Kim KT, Kwon BK, West CR. Cardio-centric hemodynamic management improves spinal cord oxygenation and mitigates hemorrhage in acute spinal cord injury. Nat Commun. 2020 Oct 15;11(1):5209. DOI:
  2. West CR, Phillips AA, Squair JW, Williams AM, Walter M, Lam T, Krassioukov AV. Association of Epidural Stimulation With Cardiovascular Function in an Individual With Spinal Cord Injury. JAMA Neurol. 2018 May 1;75(5):630-632. DOI:
  3. Squair JW, Bélanger LM, Tsang A, Ritchie L, Mac-Thiong JM, Parent S, Christie S, Bailey C, Dhall S, Street J, Ailon T, Paquette S, Dea N, Fisher CG, Dvorak MF, West CR, Kwon BK. Spinal cord perfusion pressure predicts neurologic recovery in acute spinal cord injury. Neurology. 2017 Oct 17;89(16):1660-1667 DOI:
  4. Squair JW, Bélanger LM, Tsang A, Ritchie L, Mac-Thiong JM, Parent S, Christie S, Bailey C, Dhall S, Charest-Morin R, Street J, Ailon T, Paquette S, Dea N, Fisher CG, Dvorak MF, West CR, Kwon BK. Empirical targets for acute hemodynamic management of individuals with spinal cord injury. Neurology. 2019 Sep 17;93(12):e1205-e1211. DOI:
  5. West CR, Squair JW, McCracken L, Currie KD, Somvanshi R, Yuen V, Phillips AA, Kumar U, McNeill JH, Krassioukov AV. Cardiac Consequences of Autonomic Dysreflexia in Spinal Cord Injury. Hypertension. 2016 Nov;68(5):1281-1289. DOI:
  6. West CR, Poormasjedi-Meibod MS, Manouchehri N, Williams AM, Erskine EL, Webster M, Fisk S, Morrison C, Short K, So K, Cheung A, Streijger F, Kwon BK. A porcine model for studying the cardiovascular consequences of high-thoracic spinal cord injury. J Physiol. 2020 Mar;598(5):929-942. DOI:
  7. Gee CM, Williams AM, Sheel AW, Eves ND, West CR. Respiratory muscle training in athletes with cervical spinal cord injury: effects on cardiopulmonary function and exercise capacity. J Physiol. 2019 Jul;597(14):3673-3685. DOI:
  8. Williams AM, Gee CM, Voss C, West CR. Cardiac consequences of spinal cord injury: systematic review and meta-analysis. Heart. 2019 Feb;105(3):217-225. DOI:
  9. DeVeau KM, Harman KA, Squair JW, Krassioukov AV, Magnuson DSK, West CR. A comparison of passive hindlimb cycling and active upper-limb exercise provides new insights into systolic dysfunction after spinal cord injury. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2017 Nov 1;313(5):H861-H870. DOI:
  10. Gee CM, Lacroix MA, Pethick WA, Côté P, Stellingwerff T, West CR. Cardiovascular responses to heat acclimatisation in athletes with spinal cord injury. J Sci Med Sport. 2021 Jan 31:S1440-2440(21)00019-0. DOI:

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