Publications

Recent Publications

Our most recent article Aging and Sympathetic Transduction to Blood Pressure in Humans: Methodological and Physiological Considerations was published in American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology this November. Click here for the full published article.

Our laboratories article published back in June shows an association between changes in body temperature prior to sleep and nighttime heart function. Click here for the full published article.

Another article published in March of this year shows a link between anxiety propensity and cardiovascular control. Click here for the full published article. Featured on the AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology Podcasts!

Featured Publications

Bigalke JA, Greenlund IM, Nicevski JR, Tikkanen AL, Carter JR. (2022) Sympathetic Neural Reactivity to the Trier Social Stress Test. The Journal of Physiology.

Bigalke JA, Greenlund IM, Nicevski JR, Smoot CA, Oosterhoff B, John-Henderson NA, Carter JR. (2021) Blunted Heart Rate Recovery to Spontaneous Nocturnal Arousals in Short Sleeping Adults. American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology.

Greenlund IM, Bigalke JA, Tikkanen AL, Smoot CA, Durocher JJ, Carter JR. (2021) Evening Binge Alcohol Disrupts Cardiovagal Tone and Baroreflex Function During Polysomnographic Sleep Stages. SLEEP.

Greenlund IM, Cunningham HA, Tikkanen AL, Bigalke JA, Smoot, CA, Durocher JJ, Carter JR. (2021) Morning Sympathetic Activity After Evening Binge Alcohol Consumption. American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology.

Carter JR, Fonkoue IT, Greenlund IM, Schwartz CE, Mokhlesi B, Smoot CA. (2019) Sympathetic Neural Responsiveness to Sleep Deprivation In Older Adults: Sex Differences. American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 

Carter JR, Durocher JJ, Larson RA, DellaValla JP, Yang H. (2012) Sympathetic Neural Responses to 24-hour Sleep Deprivation in Humans: Sex Differences. American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology.