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
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.
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.
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