Human Vascular Physiology Laboratory

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The Human Vascular Physiology Laboratory has two primary research themes:

  • The first theme centers on investigating how the human vascular system adjusts and adapts to exercise and environmental stress in healthy and diseased populations.
  • The second theme centers on investigating the vascular and functional maladaptations that accompany various conditions and diseases (e.g. hypertension, aging, peripheral arterial disease) in addition to identifying novel therapies or interventions that may mitigate such deleterious changes.

Our work is funded by the National Institutes of Health. Our external collaborators include: UT Southwestern Medical Center, Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine, and the Montreal Heart Institute. UNTHSC collaborators include: the Goulopoulou Lab, Department of Surgery, and the Center for Geriatrics.

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