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    CSEP 2016: From Health to High Performance

    Free Communications - Friday, October 14

     

    16:00-18:00

    Free Communications #3: 
    Neuromuscular Physiology and High Performance

    Lecture Theatre

    First
    Name
    Last
    Name
    Number in Session Abstract Title
    Tiffany VanLieshout 3-1 Protein arginine methyltransferase expression and function in skeletal muscle during conditions of acute exercise
    Julia Casadio 3-2 Acute effects of heated resistance training in female and male power athletes
    Pénélope Paradis-Deschênes 3-3 Effects of ischemic preconditioning on muscle oxygenation and performance in males and females
    Tanya M Holloway 3-4 Temporal response of angiogenesis in skeletal muscle as a result of prolonged resistance type exercise training in healthy males
    Nathan Townsend 3-5 Effect of hypoxia on the relationship between work above critical power, muscle activation and fatigue during intermittent high-intensity cycling
    Bryon McKay 3-6 Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) is associated with human muscle satellite cell differentiation in response to muscle damaging exercise
    Trevor Barss 3-7 Reducing electrically-evoked contraction fatigue during cycling after a spinal cord injury
    Hannah Connon 3-8 The Effect Of Mental Fatigue On The Psychobiological Response To A 10km Cycling Time Trial: A Neuroergonomic Approach

     



    Free Communications #4a:  
    CSEP Professional Standards Program Certified Member Presentation Award

    Oak Bay Room

    First
    Name
    Last
    Name
    Number
    in Session
    Abstract Title
    Gregory Pearcey 4-1 Fatigue-related suppression of human soleus Hoffmann reflexes during unloaded cycling.
    Alyssa Fenuta 4-2 A quality assessment study of Exercise is Medicine Canada at Queen's University's Ontario Medical Students' Weekend health and wellness workshop
    Katie Donahoe 4-3 Validation of PiezoRx-determined sedentary time
    Denise Wooding 4-4 Variable intensity exercise increases protein requirements in active females as determined by the indicator amino acid oxidation technique

     



    Free Communications #4b:  
    Health and Physical Activity

    Oak Bay Room

    First
    Name
    Last
    Name
    Number
    in Session
    Abstract Title
    Jamie Whitfield 4-5 TBC1D1 KO animals display impaired exercise tolerance despite increased fatty acid oxidation and improved mitochondrial function
    Eve Normandin 4-6 Effect of resistance training with and without caloric restriction on risk factors constituting the metabolic syndrome in older adults
    Karissa Canning 4-7 What Factors Predict Adherence to the Physical Activity Guidelines for People with Multiple Sclerosis?
    Daniel Santa Mina 4-8 The Inaugural Research Agenda for Registered Kinesiologists