Mark Badrov

Post-doctoral Fellow, Institute of Exercise and Environmental Medicine, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas


  •  McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada: BSc – Kinesiology
  •  University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada: MSc – Applied Human Performance
  •  Western University, London, Canada: PhD – Integrative Physiology of Exercise
  • Highlighted publications:

  • Badrov MB, Barak OF, Mijacika T, Shoemaker LN, Borrell LJ, Drvis I, Lojpur M, Dujic Z, Shoemaker JK (2017) Ventilation inhibits sympathetic action potential recruitment even during severe chemoreflex stress. J Neurophysiol 118: 2914-2924.
  • Badrov MB, Olver TD, Shoemaker JK (2016) Central versus peripheral determinants of sympathetic neural recruitment: Insights from static handgrip exercise and post-exercise circulatory occlusion. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Physiol 311: R1013-R1021.
  • Badrov MB, Lalande S, Olver TD, Suskin N, Shoemaker JK (2016) Effects of aging and coronary artery disease on sympathetic neural recruitment strategies during end-inspiratory and end-expiratory apnea. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 311: H1040-H1050.
  • Coverdale NS, Badrov MB, Shoemaker JK (2016) Impact of age on cerebrovascular dilation versus reactivity to hypercapnia. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 37: 344-355.
  • Badrov MB, Usselman CW, Shoemaker JK (2015) Sympathetic neural recruitment strategies: responses to severe chemoreflex and baroreflex stress. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Physiol 309: R160-168.
  • Current Studies:

    Sex-differences in sympathetic neural recruitment in elderly hypertension.

    Vasomotor sympathetic activity during normotensive and hypertensive pregnancy in humans.

    Neural control and cardiac-vascular function in women with PTSD.

    Contact info:

    Mark B. Badrov
    Post Doctoral Research Fellow
    Women’s Heart Health Laboratory
    Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine,
    Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas,
    7232 Greenville Avenue
    Dallas, Texas, 75231
    214-345-8841 Office
    214-345-4618 Fax