Peer-Review Journal Articles


Beidleman BA, Fulco CS, Muza SR, Rock PB, Staab JE, Forte VA, Brothers MD and Cymerman A. Effect of six days of staging on physiologic adjustments and acute mountain sickness during ascent to 4300 m. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 10:253-260.

Beidleman BA, Muza SR, Fulco CS, Jones JE, Lammi E, Staab JE and Cymerman A. Intermittent hypoxic exposure does not improve endurance performance at altitude. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 41: 1317-1325.

Brestoff JR, Clippinger B, Spinella T, von Duvillard SP, Nindl BC and Arciero PJ. An acute bout of endurance exercise but not sprint interval exercise enhances insulin sensitivity. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 34: 25-32.

Cheuvront SN, Bearden SE, Kenefick RW, Ely BR, DeGroot DW, Sawka MN and Montain SJ. A simple and valid methond to determine thermoregulatory sweating threshold and sensitivity. Journal of Applied Physiology 107: 69-75.

Cheuvront SN, Ely BR, Kenefick RW, Michniak-Kohn BB, Rood JC and Sawka MN. No effect of nutritional adenosine receptor antagonsists on exercise performance in the heat. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 296: R394?R401.

Costanzo-Garvey DL. KSR2 is an essential regulator of AMP kinase, energy expenditure, and insulin sensitivity. Cell Metabolism 10: 366-378.

Ely BR, Ely MR, Cheuvront SN, DeGroot DW, Kenefick RW and Montain SJ. Evidence against a 40 C core temperature threshold for fatigue in humans. Journal of Applied Physiology 107: 1519-1525.

Fulco CS, Muza SR, Beidleman BA, Jones JE, Staab JE, Rock PB and Cymerman A. Exercise performance of sea-level residents at 4300 m after 6 days at 2200 m. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 80: 955-961.

Gimble JM, Bray MS and Young A. Circadian biology and sleep: missing links in obesity and metabolism?. Obesity Reviews 10: 1-5.

Goldman SB, Brininger TL, Schrader JW and Koceja DM. A review of clinical tests and signs for assessment of ulnar neurophy. Journal of Hand Therapy 22: 209-220.

Gonzalez RR, Cheuvront SN, Montain SJ, Goodman DA, Blanchard LA, Berglund LG and Sawka MN. Expanded prediction equations of human sweat loss and water needs. Journal of Applied Physiology 107: 379-388.

Goodman DA, Kenefick RW, Cadarette BS and Cheuvront SN. Influence of sensor ingestion timing on consistency of temperature meaures. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 41: 597-602.

Hiatt KL and Rash CE. The military operational environment. In: Helmet-Mounted Displays: Sensation, Perception, and Cognitioin Issues, edited by Russo MB, Letowski TR, Schmeisser ET and Rash CE. Ft. Rucker, AL:. US Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory, 2009, p. 3-28.

Joseph M, Maresh CM, McCarthy MB, Kraemer WJ, Ledgard F, Arciero CL, Anderson JM, Nindl BC and Mazzocca AD. Histological and molecular analysis of the biceps tendon long head post-tenotomy. Journal of Orthopaedic Research 27: 1379-1385.

Karl JP, Alemany JA, Koenig C, Kraemer WJ, Frystyk J, Flyvbjerg A, Young AJ and Nindl BC. Diet, body composition, and physical fitness influences on IGF-I bioactivity in women. Growth Hormone and IGF Research 19: 491-496.

Kaushik S and Tharion WJ. Graphical user interface for a remote medical monitoring system: U.S. Army Medic Recommendations. Military Medicine 174: 1190-1195.

Kenefick RW, Ely BR, Cheuvront SN, Palumbo LJ, Goodman DA and Sawka MN. Prior heat stress: effect on subsequent 15-minute time trial performance in the heat. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 41: 1311-1316.

Lester ME, Urso ML, Evans RK, Pierce JR, Spiering BA, Maresh CM, Hatfield DL, Kraemer WJ and Nindl BC. Influence of exercise mode and osteogenic index on bone biomarker responses during short-term physical training. Bone 45: 768-776.

Lieberman HR, Castellani JC and Young AJ. Cognitive function and mood during acute cold stress after extended military training and recovery. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 80: 629-636.

Margolis LM, Grediagin A, Koenig C and Sanders LF. Effectiveness and acceptance of web-based learning compared to traditional face-to-face learning for performance nutrition education. Military Medicine 174: 1095-1099.

Marx BP, Doron-Lamarca S, Proctor SP and Vasterling JJ. The influence of pre-deployment neurocognitive functioning on post-deployment PTSD symptom outcomes among Iraq-deployed Army Soldiers. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 15: 840-852.

McClung HL, Sigrist LD, Smith TJ, Karl JP, Rood JC, Young AJ and Bathalon GP. Monitoring energy intake: a hand-held personal digital assistant provides accuracy comparable to written records. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 109: 1241-1245.

McClung JP and Karl JP. Iron deficiency and obesity: the contribution of inflammation and diminshed iron absorption. Nutrition Reviews 67: 100-104.

McClung JP, Karl JP, Cable SJ, Williams KW, Nindl BC, Young AJ and Lieberman HR.American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 90: 1-8, 2009. Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of iron supplementation in female soldiers during military training: effects on iron status, physical performance, and mood. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 90: 124-131.

McClung JP, Karl JP, Cable SJ, Williams KW, Young AJ and Lieberman HR. Longitudinal decrements in iron status during military training in female soldiers. British Journal of Nutrition 102: 605-609.

McKenzie AL, Goldman S, Barrango C, Shrime M, Wong T and Byl N. Differences in physical characteristics and response to rehabilitation for patients with hand dystonia: musicians' cramp compared to writers' cramp. Journal of Hand Therapy 22: 172-181.

Morgan III.C.A., Hazlett G, Southwick S, Rasmusson A and Lieberman HR. Military Medicine 174: 132-138, 2009. Effect of carbohydrate administration on recovery from stress-induced deficits in cognitive function: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study of Soldiers exposed to survival school stress. Military Medicine 174: 132-138.

Nindl BC. Insulinl-like growth factor-I as a candidate metabolic biomarker: military relevance and future directions for measurement. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 3: 371-376.

Nindl BC, Alemany JA, Tuckow AP, Kellogg MD, Sharp M and Patton JF. Effects of exercise mode and duration on 24-h IGF-I system recovery responses. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 41: 1261-1270.

Paul MA, Miller JC, Gray GW, Love RJ, Lieberman HR and Arendt J. Melatonin treatment for eastward and westward travel preparation. Psychopharmacology (Berl) 208: 377-386.

Pierce JR, Tuckow AP, Alemany JA, Rarick KR, Staab JS, Harman EA and Nindl BC. Effects of acute and chronic exercise on disulfide-linked growth hormone variants. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 41: 581-587.

Proctor SP, Heaton KJ, Dos Santos KD, Rosenman ES and Heeren T. Prospective assessment of neuropsychological functioning and mood in US Army National Guard personnel deployed as peacekeepers. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health 35: 349-360.

Rash CE, Hiatt KL, Wildzunas RM, Caldwell JL, Caldwell JA, Kalich ME, Lang JT, King RP and Noback R. Perceptual and cognitive effects due to operational factors. In: Helmet-Mounted Displays:Sensation, Perception and Cognition Issues, edited by Russo MB, Letowski TR, Schmeisser ET and Rash CE. Ft. Rucker, AL: US Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory, 2009, p. 675-801.

Scrimgeour AG and Condlin ML. Zinc and micronutrient combinations to combat gastrointestinal inflammation. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care 12: 653-660.

Smith TJ, Montain SJ, Anderson D and Young AJ. Plasma amino acid responses after consumption of beverages with varying protein type. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism 19: 1-17.

Smith TJ, Pikosky MA, Grediagin A, Castaneda-Sceppa C, Byerley LO, Glickman EL and Young AJ. Aerobic fitness does not modulate protein metabolism in response to increased exercise: a controlled trial. Nutr Metab (Lond) 6: 1-10.

Williamson DA, Bathalon GP, Sigrist LD, Allen R, Friedl KE, Young AJ, Martin C, Stewart TJ, Burrell L, Han H, Hubbard VS and Ryan D. Military services fitness database: development of a compuoterized physical fitness and weight management database for the U.S. Army. Military Medicine 174: 1-9.

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