Gilberto Moralez, Ph.D.

Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Institute of Exercise and Environmental Medicine, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas

Education

University of Texas at San Antonio: B.S., Kinesiology

University of Texas at San Antonio: M.S., Health and Kinesiology

University North Texas Health Science Center, Fort Worth, TX: Ph.D., Biomedical Sciences

Highlighted Publications

Jouett, N. P., Moralez, G., White, D. W., Eubank, W. L., Chen, S., Tian, J., Smith, M. L., Zimmerman, M. C. and Raven, P. B. N-Acetylcysteine reduces hyperacute intermittent hypoxia-induced sympathoexcitation in human subjects. <em>Experimental Physiology. 101: 387–396, 2016

Moralez G, Romero SA, Rickards, CA, Ryan KL, Convertino VA, and Cooke WH. Effects of dehydration on cerebrovascular control during standing after heavy resistance exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology. 112:1875-1889, 2012.

Cooke WH. Moralez G, Barrera C, and Cox P. Digital infrared thermographic imaging for remote assessment of traumatic injury. Journal of Applied Physiology. 111:1813-1818, 2011.

Romero SA, Moralez G, Rickards CA, Ryan KL, Fogt DL, Convertino VA, and Cooke WH. Control of cerebral blood velocity with furosemide-induced hypovolemia and upright tilt. Journal of Applied Physiology. 110:492-498, 2011.

Reasearch Interest

Neural Control of the Circulation

Autonomic and cardiovascular regulation during exercise

Cerebral and Cardiovascular adaptations to exercise training

Environmental Physiology

Contact Info

Gilberto Moralez, Ph.D.
Post Doctoral Research Fellow
Thermal and Vascular Physiology Laboratory
Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas
7232 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75231
214-345-4861
GilbertoMoralez@texashealth.org