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Poster Award Winners Announced for ACSM’s Conference on Integrative Physiology of Exercise

Aug 09, 2018

Twelve students have been selected to receive awards for poster presentations at ACSM’s Conference on Integrative Physiology of Exercise. A subset of the Program Committee reviewed the numerous student abstract submissions and selected those that represented excellence across a wide range of topics.

Each student will receive a $250 award and will be recognized at the Opening Reception. ACSM’s Conference on Integrative Physiology of Exercise will take place in San Diego, CA, September 5-8, 2018. The award winners are:

Adelola O. Adeyemo, Auburn University

Nighttime Hypertension Status and Changes in Endothelial Cell Apoptosis After AEXT

Matthew C. Babcock, University of Delaware

The Effects of Sodium Supplementation on Blood Pressure Responses during Acute Submaximal Aerobic Exercise

Natalie ZM. Eichner, University of Virginia

Dietary Sugar Intake Modifies Extracellular Vesicle Response to Exercise Training in Adults with Prediabetes

Kolter B. Grigsby, University of Missouri-Biomedical Sciences

Role of Nucleus Accumbens CREB and PKIα Modulation in Rescuing Low Physical Activity Motivation

Thomas Groennebaek, Aarhus University

Low-Load Blood Flow Restricted and High-Load Resistance Training Stimulate Muscle Mitochondrial Protein Synthesis and Respiration

Dongwoo Hahn, University of Florida

Skeletal Muscle-specific Rac1 Knockdown Does Not Prevent Diaphragm Weakness In Mice With Chronic Heart Failure

Chueh-Lung Hwang,. University of Florida

All-Extremity Aerobic Exercise Training Improves Endothelial Function in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes

Tahsin Khataei, Tarbiat Modares University

Exercise Training Is Associated with Decreased Exercise-Induced Pain and Down Regulation of Acid Sensing Ion Channels (ASICs)

Ayland C. Letsinger, Texas A&M University

A High Fat/High Sugar Diet Alters the Gastrointestinal Metabolome in a Sex Dependent Manner

Matthew A. Romero, Auburn University

Wheel Running Decreases LINE-1 Gene Expression in Rodent Skeletal Muscle

Erin E. Simmons, Texas A&M University

Muscle Anabolism is Not Improved by High Daily Protein or Post Exercise Timing in Fit Young Males Performing Simulated Elite Athlete Training

Natalie K. Vear, University of Queensland

Exercise Training and Autonomic Nervous System Function in Cancer Patients and Survivors: A Systematic Review

About ACSM’s Conference on Integrative Physiology of Exercise: The American College of Sports Medicine hosts ACSM’s Conference on Integrative Physiology of Exercise every four years. The meeting brings together basic science experts and thought leaders from around the globe. The 2018 conference will focus on four major themes within the area of exercise physiology: integrative physiology and metabolism; skeletal muscle, exercise, inactivity, and signaling; hot topics in exercise physiology; and cardiovascular exercise physiology.

Learn more 

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Poster Award Winners Announced for ACSM’s Conference on Integrative Physiology of Exercise

Aug 09, 2018

Twelve students have been selected to receive awards for poster presentations at ACSM’s Conference on Integrative Physiology of Exercise. A subset of the Program Committee reviewed the numerous student abstract submissions and selected those that represented excellence across a wide range of topics.

Each student will receive a $250 award and will be recognized at the Opening Reception. ACSM’s Conference on Integrative Physiology of Exercise will take place in San Diego, CA, September 5-8, 2018. The award winners are:

Adelola O. Adeyemo, Auburn University

Nighttime Hypertension Status and Changes in Endothelial Cell Apoptosis After AEXT

Matthew C. Babcock, University of Delaware

The Effects of Sodium Supplementation on Blood Pressure Responses during Acute Submaximal Aerobic Exercise

Natalie ZM. Eichner, University of Virginia

Dietary Sugar Intake Modifies Extracellular Vesicle Response to Exercise Training in Adults with Prediabetes

Kolter B. Grigsby, University of Missouri-Biomedical Sciences

Role of Nucleus Accumbens CREB and PKIα Modulation in Rescuing Low Physical Activity Motivation

Thomas Groennebaek, Aarhus University

Low-Load Blood Flow Restricted and High-Load Resistance Training Stimulate Muscle Mitochondrial Protein Synthesis and Respiration

Dongwoo Hahn, University of Florida

Skeletal Muscle-specific Rac1 Knockdown Does Not Prevent Diaphragm Weakness In Mice With Chronic Heart Failure

Chueh-Lung Hwang,. University of Florida

All-Extremity Aerobic Exercise Training Improves Endothelial Function in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes

Tahsin Khataei, Tarbiat Modares University

Exercise Training Is Associated with Decreased Exercise-Induced Pain and Down Regulation of Acid Sensing Ion Channels (ASICs)

Ayland C. Letsinger, Texas A&M University

A High Fat/High Sugar Diet Alters the Gastrointestinal Metabolome in a Sex Dependent Manner

Matthew A. Romero, Auburn University

Wheel Running Decreases LINE-1 Gene Expression in Rodent Skeletal Muscle

Erin E. Simmons, Texas A&M University

Muscle Anabolism is Not Improved by High Daily Protein or Post Exercise Timing in Fit Young Males Performing Simulated Elite Athlete Training

Natalie K. Vear, University of Queensland

Exercise Training and Autonomic Nervous System Function in Cancer Patients and Survivors: A Systematic Review

About ACSM’s Conference on Integrative Physiology of Exercise: The American College of Sports Medicine hosts ACSM’s Conference on Integrative Physiology of Exercise every four years. The meeting brings together basic science experts and thought leaders from around the globe. The 2018 conference will focus on four major themes within the area of exercise physiology: integrative physiology and metabolism; skeletal muscle, exercise, inactivity, and signaling; hot topics in exercise physiology; and cardiovascular exercise physiology.

Learn more 

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1)  Promote and advance professions related to the science of exercise as medicine;

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Patrick Davitt, PhD, CSCS, FACSM

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Neal Pire MA, CEP, CSCS, FACSM

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Jason Machosky RD, CSSD, RCEP, CSCS

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Heather Milton MS, RCEP, CSCS

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Astrid Mel PhD, CSCS, HFS, CSN

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Andrea Ybarra BS, CPT

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