CSEP 2016: From Health to High Performance

    Poster Presentations - Thursday, October 13 - AM


    Posters #1: 
    Applied Metabolism and Neuromuscular Physiology

    Saanich Room

    Number in Session Abstract Title
    Scott Bishop 1-1 Pre-frontal cortex oxygenation changes after sport concussion with near infrared spectroscopy
    Jérémie Chase 1-2 Intermittent pneumatic compression on the recovery of performance, inflammation, and muscle damage in football athletes
    Ryan Dech 1-3 Concussion collar alters cerebral haemodynamics during postural test
    Hashim Islam 1-4 The effects of exercise intensity on acylated ghrelin and perceptions of appetite: preliminary findings.
    Paula McFadyen 1-5 Comparison of The Edge and Lactate Pro Analyzers at rest to maximal exercise levels
    Emily Dunford 1-6 The effects of voluntary exercise and prazosin on capillary rarefaction and metabolism in streptozotocin-induced diabetic male rats
    Fabien Basset 1-7 Healthy obesity through fitness
    Graham Holloway 1-8 Mitochondrial ADP sensitivity is impaired in older individuals but recovered following resistance exercise training
    Iva Mandic 1-9 Effect of ambient temperature on energy cost of a standardized battery of infantry activities
    Kirsten Bott 1-10 Synergistic effect of a high fat diet and aging on muscle function in male C57BL/6J mice
    Paige J. Chambers 1-11 Inhibited Calcineurin Signaling in a Murine Model for Centronuclear Myopathy
    Bradley Rietze 1-12 Formoterol administration corrects two of three histopathological features of centronuclear myopathy in phospholamban over-expressing mice
    Emma Juracic 1-13 Characterizing the Role of Phospholamban in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
    Samantha Kuzyk 1-14 Contribution of fascicle length to twitch potentiation at three ankle angles
    Jonathan Reid 1-15 Effect of participant's static stretching knowledge or deception on the responses to prolonged stretching
    Joshua Nederveen 1-16 The first characterization of a novel (non-satellite cell) stem cell population in human skeletal muscle
    Taylor McColl 1-17 A scoping study to determine whether resistance training can be programmed to develop muscular power without concurrent muscular hypertrophy
    Jason Brandenburg 1-18 Influence of air temperature on the high intensity rowing performance of university-level rowers
    François Billaut 1-19 Physiological adaptations induced by repeated-sprint training in hypoxia to acclimatise team-sport athletes to hypoxia
    Justin Andrushko 1-20 A comparison of post-activation potentiation techniques in track and field athletes
    Justin Andrushko 1-21 The effects of postural threat on tibialis anterior H-reflex parameters.
    Jordan Grant 1-22 The central neural response to decreased maximal isometric force following muscle shortening: A history dependence study
    Benjamin Kozlowski 1-23 Central contributions to residual force enhancement during a submaximal contraction
    Eric Kirk 1-24 Characterization of neuromuscular properties of the human hamstrings muscle group at two knee-joint angles
    Neal McKinnon 1-25 Evaluating Motor Unit and Muscle Properties in Young, Old, and Mobility Impaired Older Women: A Preliminary Report
    Jane Nettleton 1-26 The effect of stimulation intensity on voluntary activation of elbow extensors and flexors
    Alyssa-Joy Spence 1-27 Workload-dependent changes in corticospinal excitability to the biceps brachii during arm cycling
    Christopher Stolworthy 1-28 Motor unit firing rates during near-maximal eccentric contractions in the human anconeus
    Caleb Sypkes 1-29 Spinal and supraspinal contributions to force depression during a submaximal contraction
    Joseph Welch 1-30 Reliability and standardization of cervical magnetic stimulation to assess the diaphragm compound muscle action potential using chest wall electrodes
    Nick Clarke 1-31 Novel approach to neuromuscular fatigue monitoring of a competitive collegiate season in Canadian football players.
    Andrew Leslie 1-32 A comparison of flexibility training and the repeated bout effect as priming interventions prior to eccentric training of the knee flexors.
    Daniel Hodgson 1-33 Addition of roller massage to static stretching does not augment hamstrings flexibility or counterbalance stretch-induced deficits
    James Young 1-34 Roller massage inhibits hoffman reflex excitability of the soleus muscle.
    Patrick Quigley 1-35 An acute session of roller massage prolongs voluntary and tetanic force development and diminishes evoked pain