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					                                                                David M. Keller, Ph.D.
                                                        University of Texas at Arlington
                                                            Department of Kinesiology
                                                       500 W. Nedderman Dr. MAC 115
                                                                   Arlington, TX 76019
                                                                           (817) 272-0083
                                                                        KellerD@UTA.edu



                                   November 2009



EDUCATION:
    Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2004-2007
    University of Texas Southwestern Medical at Dallas, Texas
    Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine, Presbyterian Hospital
    of Dallas, Texas (mentor, Craig G. Crandall, Ph.D.)
    Ph.D., Biomedical Science, 2004
    University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth, Texas
    (mentor, Peter B. Raven, Ph.D.)
    M.S., Biomedical Science, 2002
    University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth, Texas
    (mentor, Peter B. Raven, Ph.D.)
    B.S., Exercise Science, 2000
    University of Texas at Arlington, Texas

HONORS and AWARDS:
     Recipient of the APS Neural Control and Autonomic Regulation
      (NCAR) Section Research Recognition Award (2007)
     National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Loan Repayment Program
      (LRP) recipient
     Recipient of Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award for
      Individual Postdoctoral Fellows (NRSA) – NIH, National Heart, Lung,
      and Blood Institute (2006)
     Recipient of the Texas Chapter of the American College of Sports
      Medicine Student Development Award (2004)
     Recipient of NSF-sponsored Project SCORE (Schools‟ Cooperative
      Opportunities for Resources and Education) Fellowship - 2003
     Recipient of the Texas Chapter of the American College of Sports
      Medicine Poster Presentation Award - doctoral category (2nd place,
      2003)
     Recipient of Departmental Graduate Assistantship Stipend (University
      of North Texas Health Science Center) 2000-2002
     Recipient of the 1st Annual School of Education Research Award
      (University of Texas at Arlington) 2000
     Graduated Summa Cum Laude (University of Texas at Arlington) 2000


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ORGANIZATIONS:
     Member of American College of Sports Medicine since 2001
     Member of American Physiological Society since 2003
     Member of the Texas Chapter of The American College of Sports
       Medicine since 2001
     Member of the Graduate Student Association (University of North
       Texas Health Science Center) since 2000
     Elected Treasurer of Exercise, Sport and Health Society (University of
       Texas at Arlington) 1999

RESEARCH/WORK EXPERIENCE:

          Academic

      Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of
      Texas at Arlington, TX 2007-present

      Lecturer in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Texas at
      Arlington, TX (2006 to present)
                  Metabolism, graduate

      Adjunct Instructor in the Department of Biology at Texas Wesleyan
      University, Fort Worth, TX (2002 to 2003)
                 Anatomy and Physiology, undergraduate

      NSF-Project SCORE Fellow, Paul L. Dunbar High School, Fort Worth, TX
      (2003 to 2004)

      NHLBI-MKITS Lecturer, UNTHSC Graduate School of Biomedical
      Sciences, Fort Worth, TX (summer 2004)

          Peer-reviewed journal publications

      1. Davis SL, Shibasaki M, Low DA, Cui J, Keller DM, Wingo JE, Purdue
         GF, Hunt JL, Arnoldo BD, Kowalske KJ, Crandall CG. Sustained
         impairments in cutaneous vasodilation and sweating in grafted skin
         following long-term recovery. J Burn Care Res. Jul-Aug: 20(4): 675-85,
         2009.
      2. Shibasaki M, Davis SL, Cui J, Low DA, Keller DM, Crandall CG.
         Botulinum toxin abosishes sweating via impaired sweat gland
         responsiveness to exogenous acetylcholine. British Journal of
         Dermatology [ahead of print]
      3. Low DA, Wingo JE, Keller DM, Davis SL, Cui J, Zhang R, Crandall
         CG. Dynamic Cerebral Autoregulation During Passive Heat Stress in
         Humans Amer J Physiol [epub ahead of print] 2009
      4. Cui J, Shibasaki M, Davis SL, Low DA, Keller DM, Crandall CG.
         Whole body heat stress attenuates baroreflex control of muscle



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    sympathetic nerve activity during post exercise muscle ischemia. J
    Appl Physiol [epub ahead of print] 2009
5. Young CN, Keller DM, Crandall CG, Fadel PJ. Comparing Resting
    Skin Sympathetic Nerve Activity Between Groups: Caution Needed. J
    Appl Physiol [epub ahead of print] 2009
6. Keller DM, Low DA, Wingo JE, Brothers RM, Hastings J, Davis SL,
    Crandall CG. Acute Volume Expansion Preserves Orthostatic
    Tolerance During Whole-body Heating in Humans. J Physiol [epub
    ahead of print] 2009
7. Wingo JE, Low DA, Keller DM, Crandall CG. Cutaneous Vascular
    Responses to Hypercapnia During Whole-Body Heating. Aviat Space
    Environ Med, 79:1081-1085, 2008.
8. Wingo JE, Low DA, Keller DM, Brothers RM, Shibasaki M, Crandall
    CG. Effect of Elevated Local Temperature On Cutaneous
    Vasoconstrictor Responsiveness In Humans. J Appl Physiol [epub
    ahead of print] 2008
9. Wingo JE, Low DA, Keller DM, Davis SL, Crandall CG. Heat
    acclimation of an adult female with a large surface area of grafted skin.
    J Burn Care Res. [ahead of print] 2008.
10. Low DA, Wingo JE, Keller DM, Davis SL, Zhang R, Crandall CG
    Cerebrovascular responsiveness to steady-state changes in end-tidal
    CO2 during passive heat stress. J Appl. Physiol [epub ahead of print]
    2008
11. Davis SL, Shibasaki M, Low DA, Cui J, Keller DM, Purdue GF, Hunt
    JL, Arnoldo BD, Kowalske KJ, Crandall CG. Cutaneous
    Vasoconstriction during Whole-Body and Local Cooling in Grafted Skin
    Five to Nine Months Postsurgery. J Burn Care Res. 29:36-41, 2008
12. Shibasaki M, Durand S, Davis SL, Cui J, Low DA, Keller DM, Crandall
    CG. Endogenous nitric oxide attenuates neutrally-mediated cutaneous
    vasoconstriction. J Physiol [Epub ahead of print], 2007
13. McDonough P, Keller DM, Buckwalter JB, Capillary recruitment is
    minimal during exercise. J Appl Physiol. [In press], 2007
14. Low DA, Davis SL, Keller DM, Shibasaki M, Crandall CG. Cutaneous
    and hemodynamic responses during hot flashes in symptomatic
    postmenopausal women. Menopause [Epub ahead of print], 2007
15. Davis SL, Shibasaki M, Low DA, Cui J, Keller DM, Purdue GF, Hunt
    JL, Arnoldo BD, Kowalske KJ, Crandall CG. Impaired cutaneous
    vasodilation and sweating in grafted skin during whole body heating. J
    Burn Care Res. 28(3):427-34, 2007
16. Davis SL, Shibasaki M, Low DA, Cui J, Keller DM, Purdue GF, Hunt
    JL, Arnoldo BD, Kowalske KJ, Crandall CG. Skin grafting impairs
    postsynaptic cutaneous vasodilator and sweating responses. J Burn
    Care Res. 2007 May-Jun;28(3):435-41
17. Fisher J, Ogoh S, Young CN, Keller DM, Fadel PJ. Exercise intensity
    influences cardiac baroreflex function at the onset of isometric exercise
    in humans. J Appl Physiol, 103(3), 941-947, 2007
18. Low DA, Shibasaki M, Davis SL, Keller DM, Crandall CG. Does local
    heating induced nitric oxide production attenuate vasoconstrictor


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    responsiveness to lower body negative pressure in human skin? J Appl
    Physiol, 102(5):1839-43, 2007
19. Low DA, Vu A, Brown M, Davis SL, Keller DM, Levine B, Crandall CG.
    Temporal Thermometry Fails to Track Body Core Temperature during
    Heat Stress in Humans. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise,
    39(7):1029-35 2007
20. Kimura K, Low DA, Keller DM, Davis SL, Crandall CG. Cutaneous
    blood flow and sweat rate responses to exogenous administration of
    acetylcholine and methacholine. J Appl Physiol. 102(5):1856-61, 2007
21. Keller DM, Davis SL, Low DA, Shibasaki M, Raven PB, Crandall CG.
    Carotid Baroreceptor Stimulation Alters Cutaneous Vascular
    Conductance During Whole-Body Heating. J Physiol, 577(3), 925-933,
    2006
22. Shibasaki M, Davis SL, Cui J, Low DA, Keller DM, Durand S, Crandall
    CG. Neurally mediated vasoconstriction is capable of decreasing skin
    blood flow during orthostasis in the heat stressed human. J Physiol.
    15;575(Pt 3):953-9. 2006
23. Keller DM, Cui J, Davis SL, Low DA, Crandall CG. Heat stress
    enhances arterial baroreflex control of muscle sympathetic nerve
    activity via increased sensitivity of burst gating, not burst area, in
    humans. J Physiol, 573(Pt 2):445-451, 2006
24. Ogoh S, Dalsgaard MK, Yoshiga CC, Dawson EA, Keller DM, Raven
    PB, Secher NH. Dynamic cerebral autoregulation during exhaustive
    exercise in humans. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 288(3):H1461-7,
    2005
25. Keller DM, Ogoh S, Fadel PJ, O-Yurvati A, Brothers RM, Hawkins M,
    Raven PB. Carotid Baroreflex Alterations of Leg Vasculature During
    One-Legged Exercise. In Humans. J Physiol, 561.1: 283-293, 2004
26. Keller DM, Ogoh S, Green S, O-Yurvati A, Brothers RM, Hawkins M,
    Raven PB. Inhibition of ATP-sensitive Potassium Channel Activity
    Augments Baroreflex-Mediated Vasoconstriction In the Vasculature
    Supplying Exercising Skeletal Muscle. J Physiol, 561.1: 273-283, 2004
27. Cutler MJ, Swift NM, Keller DM, Wasmund WL, Burk JR, Smith ML.
    Periods of intermittent hypoxic apnea can alter chemoreflex control of
    sympathetic nerve activity in humans. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol.
    287(5):H2054-60, 2004
28. Wray DW, Fadel PJ, Keller DM, Ogoh S, Raven PB, Smith ML.
    Dynamic Carotid Baroreflex Control of the Peripheral Circulation
    During Exercise In Humans. J Physiol, 559.2: 673-682, 2004.
29. Cutler MJ, Swift NM, Keller DM, Wasmund WL, Smith ML. Hypoxia-
    mediated prolonged elevation of sympathetic nerve activity following
    periods of intermittent hypoxic apnea. J Appl Physiol. 96: 754-61, 2004
30. Keller DM, Wasmund WL, Wray DW, Ogoh S, Fadel PJ, Smith ML,
    Raven PB. Carotid Baroreflex Control of Leg Vascular Conductance at
    Rest and During Exercise. J Appl Physiol. 94: 542-548, 2003
31. Fadel PJ, Keller DM, Watanabe H, Raven PB, Thomas GD.
    Noninvasive assessment of sympathetic vasoconstriction in human
    and rodent skeletal muscle using near-infrared spectroscopy and
    Doppler ultrasound. J Appl Physiol. 96: 1323-1330, 2003
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32. Ogoh S, Fadel PJ, Hardisty JM, Wasmund WL, Keller DM, Raven PB,
    Smith, ML. Does pulsatile and sustained neck pressure or neck suction
    produce differential cardiovascular and sympathetic responses in
    humans? Exp Physiol. Sep;88(5):595-601, 2003
33. Muenter Swift N, Cutler MJ, Fadel PJ, Wasmund WL, Ogoh S, Keller
    DM, Raven PB, Smith ML. Carotid baroreflex function during and
    following voluntary apnea in humans. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol.
    285(6):H2411-9, 2003
34. Fadel PJ, Ogoh S, Keller DM, Raven PB. Recent insights into carotid
    baroreflex function in humans using the variable pressure neck
    chamber. Exp Physiol. Nov; 88(6):671-680, 2003
35. Ogoh S, Wasmund WL, Keller DM, O-Yurvati A, Gallagher KM,
    Mitchell JH, Raven PB. Role of central command in carotid baroreflex
    resetting in humans during static exercise. J Physiol. 543(Pt 1): 349-
    364, 2002.

    Peer-reviewed, published abstracts

1. Fulton D, Hodge TG, Vespoli K, Keller DM. Carotid Baroreflex
    Function in African Americans at Rest. FASEB, 2010
2. Ganio MS, Brother RM, Wingo JE, Keller DM, Crandall CG. Changes
    in central venous pressure during heat stress as a possible predictor of
    compromised blood pressure control. FASEB, 20110
3. Davis SL, Keller DM, Fadel PJ, Frohman E. Arterial baroreflex control
    of muscle sympathetic nerve activity in individuals with multiple
    sclerosis. FASEB, 2009
4. Wingo JE, Low DA, Keller DM, Brothers RM, Shibasaki M, Crandall
    CG. Isolated effects of elevated local temperature on sweating in
    humans. FASEB, 2009
5. Keller DM, Low DA, Wingo JE, Brothers RM, Davis SL, Crandall CG.
    Acute volume expansion preserves orthostatic tolerance during whole-
    body heat stress. FASEB, 2008
6. Wingo JE, Low DA, Keller DM, Davis SL, Kowalske KJ, Purdue GF,
    Hunt JL, Crandall CG. Heat acclimation of an adult female with a large
    surface area of grafted skin: a case report. FASEB, 2008
7. Low DA, Wingo JE, Keller DM, Davis SL, Zhang R, Crandall CG.
    Dynamic cerebral autoregulation during passive heat stress. FASEB,
    2008
8. Keller DM, Low DA, Davis SL, Kimura K, Wingo J, Crandall CG. Skin
    surface cooling improves orthostatic tolerance after prolonged head
    down bed rest. ACSM, 2007
9. Keller DM, Sander M, Crandall CG. The effect of passive leg heating
    on alpha-adrenergic mediated vasoconstriction in humans. FASEB,
    2007
10. Low DA, Keller DM, David SL, Kimura K, Wingo J, Crandall CG.
    Cutaneous endothelial dependent and independent responsiveness
    after head down bed rest. ACSM, 2007
11. Low DA, , David SL, Keller DM, Wingo J, Crandall CG. Cerbrovascular
    responsiveness to CO2 during passive heat stress. FASEB, 2007
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12. Kimura K, Low DA, Keller DM, David SL, Crandall CG. Cutaneous
    blood flow and sweat rate responses to exogenous acetylcholine and
    methacholine. FASEB, 2007
13. Shibasaki M, Davis SL, Low DA, Keller DM, Cui J, Crandall CG.
    Endogenous NO decreases cutaneous vasoconstrictor responsiveness
    during lower-body negative pressure (LBNP) in the heat stressed
    individual. FASEB, 2007
14. Davis SL, Shibasaki M, Cui J, Low DA, Keller DM, Chukwumah O,
    Hunt JL, Purdue GF, Arnoldo BD, Kowalske KJ, Crandall CG.
    Sustained Impairments In Cutaneous Vasodilation and Sweating In
    Grafted Skin During Whole-Body Heating. ACSM, 2007
15. Cui J, Shibasaki M, Davis SL, Low DA, Keller DM, Crandall CG. Heat
    stress decreases baroreflex sensitivities during muscle metaboreceptor
    stimulation. FASEB, 2007
16. Cui J, Shibasaki M, Low DA, Keller DM, Davis SL, Crandall CG. Heat
    stress attenuates increases in arterial blood pressure during a cold
    pressor test. ACSM, 2007
17. Keller DM, Cui J, Davis SL, Low DA, Crandall CG. Effects of whole-
    body heating on arterial baroreflex control of muscle sympathetic nerve
    activity burst gating and burst area. FASEB, 2006
18. Keller DM, Davis SL, Low DA, Shibasaki M, Raven PB, Crandall CG.
    Acute Carotid Baroreceptor Unloading Causes Cutaneous
    Vasoconstriction During Whole-Body Heating. ACSM, 2006
19. Davis SL, Shibasaki M, Cui J, Low DA, Keller DM, Chukwumah O,
    Hunt JL, Purdue GF, Arnoldo BD, Kowalske KJ, Crandall CG.
    Cutaneous vasodilation and sweating in grafted skin during heat stress
    6-9 months and 26-38 months post-surgery. FASEB, 2006
20. Davis SL, Shibasaki M, Cui J, Low DA, Keller DM, Hunt JL, Purdue
    GF, Arnoldo BD, Kowalske KJ, Crandall CG. Impaired cutaneous
    vasodilation and sweating in grafted skin during heat stress 6-9 months
    post-surgery. American Burn Association, 2006
21. Low DA, Shibasaki M, Davis SL, Keller DM, Crandall CG. Does nitric
    oxide alter cutaneous vasoconstrictor responsiveness during LBNP?
    ACSM, 2006
22. Low DA, Shibasaki M, Davis SL, Keller DM, Crandall CG. Cutaneous
    blood flow responses during hot flashes in symptomatic
    postmenopausal women. FASEB, 2006
23. Keller DM, Wray DW, Raven PB, Crandall CG. Cutaneous Vascular
    Conductance Is Not Altered By Carotid Baroreceptor Stimulation.
    ACSM, 2005
24. Keller, DM, Ogoh, S, Dalsgaard, MK, Yoshiga, C, Dawson, EA,
    Secher, N.H., Raven, PB Static and dynamic cerebral autoregulation
    during exhaustive sub-maximal dynamic exercise. ACSM, 2004
25. Keller, DM, Ogoh, S, Wray, DW, Zhang, R., Secher, NH, Raven, PB
    Discrepancy between static and dynamic cerebral autoregulation
    during head-up tilt. FASEB, 2004
26. Wray, DW, Fadel, PJ, Keller DM, Ogoh, S, Raven, PB, Smith, ML
    Reflex versus local control of the peripheral circulation during dynamic
    exercise. FASEB, 2004
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27. Keller DM, Fadel, PJ, Raven, PB, Thomas, GD Does Reflex
    Sympathoexcitation Evoke Corresponding Changes in Blood Flow and
    Tissue Oxygenation in Human Forearm? ACSM, S109, Abst#599,
    2003
28. Keller DM, Wray, DW, Fadel, PJ, Smith, ML, Sander, M, Raven, PB
    Carotid baroreflex alterations in leg blood flow and tissue oxygenation
    at rest. FASEB, 2003
29. Ogoh, S, Fadel, PJ, Janelle, H, Wasmund, WL, Keller DM, Raven, PB,
    Smith, ML Does pulsatile or static neck pressure produce differential
    hemodynamic and sympathetic responses? FASEB, 2003
30. Smith, ML, Wray, DW, Fadel, PJ, Sander, M, Keller DM, Raven, PB
    Baroreceptor entrainment of sympathetic outflow and hemodynamic
    control in humans. FASEB, 2003
31. Cutler, MJ, Muenter-Swift, N, Keller DM, Wasmund, WL, Smith, ML
    Hypoxia accounts for sustained elevation and altered chemoreflex
    control following intermittent apneas. FASEB, 2003
32. Keller DM, Ogoh, S, Wasmund, W, Olivencia-Yurvati, A., Raven, PB
    The Role of the Exercise Pressor Reflex in Carotid Baroreflex
    Resetting During Static Exercise in Humans, FASEB J., April 2002
33. Ogoh, S, Keller DM, Vinson, R, Wasmund, W., Olivencia-Yurvatid, A.,
    Raven, PB The Role of Central Command in Carotid Baroreflex
    Resetting During Static Exercise in Humans, FASEB J., April 2002.
34. Wray, DW, Keller DM, Raven, PB, Smith, ML Carotid Baroreflex
    Control of Skeletal Muscle Blood Flow in Humans, ACSM, May 2002.

       presentations
Oral presentation at FASEB: Washington, DC – Neural Control and
Autonomic Regulation section Trainee Featured Topic, 2007
       The effect of passive leg heating on alpha -adrenergic-mediated
       vasoconstriction in humans
Poster presentation at FASEB: Washington, DC – Autonomic Regulation
In Humans, 2007
       The effect of passive leg heating on alpha -adrenergic-mediated
       vasoconstriction in humans
Poster presentation at FASEB: Washington, DC – Autonomic Regulation
In Humans, 2007
       Heat stress attenuates increases in arterial blood pressure d uring a
       cold pressor test
Poster presentation at FASEB: Washington, DC – Cardiovascular
Responses to Exercise, 2007
       Heat stress decreases baroreflex sensitivity during muscle
       metaboreceptor stimulation
Poster presentation at FASEB: Washington, DC – Current Concepts in the
Control of Skin Blood Flow in Humans, 2007
       Endogenous NO decreases cutaneous vasoconstrictor
       responsiveness during lower-body negative pressure in the heat-
       stressed individual
Poster presentation at FASEB: Washington, DC – Temperature
Regulation and Fluid Balance, 2007
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       Cerebrovascular responsiveness to steady-state changes in CO2
       during passive heat stress
Poster presentation at FASEB: Washington, DC – Autonomic Regulation
In Humans, 2007
       Cutaneous blood flow and sweat rate responses to exogenous
       acetylcholine and methacholine
Poster presentation at FASEB: Washington, DC – Autonomic Regulation
In Humans, 2007
       Cutaneous vasodilation and sweating in grafted skin during heat
       stress 5-9 months post-surgery: a 1-year follow-up
Poster presentation at American College of Sports Medicine: New
Orleans, LA, 2007
       Cutaneous Endothelial Dependent and Independent Vascular
       Responsiveness after Prolonged Head-Down Bed Rest
Poster presentation at American College of Sports Medicine: New
Orleans, LA, 2007
       Skin Surface Cooling Improves Orthostatic Tolerance After
       Prolonged Head-Down Bed Rest
Poster presentation at American College of Sports Medicine: New
Orleans, LA, 2007
       Sustained Impairments In Cutaneous Vasodilation and Sweating In
       Grafted Skin During Whole-Body Heating
Oral presentation at FASEB: San Francisco, CA – Autonomic Adjustments
to Stress In Humans, 2006
       Effects of whole-body heating on arterial baroreflex control of
       muscle sympathetic nerve activity burst gating and burst area
Poster presentation at FASEB: San Francisco, CA-Experimental Biology,
2006
       Effects of whole-body heating on arterial baroreflex control of
       muscle sympathetic nerve activity burst gating and burst area
Poster presentation at American College of Sports Medicine: Denver, CO,
2006
       Acute Carotid Baroreceptor Unloading Causes Cutaneous
       Vasoconstriction During Whole-Body Heating
Department of Kinesiology, UTA, Arlington, TX – Graduate Student
Seminar, 2003
       Carotid Baroreflex Control of Leg Vasculature: a proposal of studies
Department of Kinesiology, UTA, Arlington, TX – Exercise Science
Seminar, 2003
       Recent Insights into Carotid Baroreflex Function in Humans
Oral presentation at the American College of Sports Medicine 50 th Annual
Meeting: San Francisco, CA – Reflex Control of the Peripheral Circulation,
2003
       Does Reflex Sympathoexcitation Evoke Corresponding Changes in
       Blood Flow and Tissue Oxygenation in Human Forearm
Poster presentation at the Texas Chapter of the American College of
Sports Medicine: Houston, TX, 2003
       Carotid Baroreflex Alterations in Leg Blood Flow and Tissue
       Oxygenation at Rest
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      Poster presentation at FASEB Summer Conference: Snowmass, CO-
      Neural Mechanisms in Cardiovascular Regulation, 2002
             Carotid Baroreflex Alterations in Leg Vascular Conductance During
             One-Legged Exercise
      Poster presentation at FASEB: New Orleans, LA-Experimental Biology,
      2002
             The Role of the Exercise Pressor Reflex In Carotid Baroreflex
             Resetting During Static Exercise In Humans
      Poster presentation at the Texas Chapter of the American College of
      Sports Medicine: Fort Worth, TX, 2001
             The Effect of Acute Changes in Carotid Sinus Pressure on Stroke
             Volume

GRANT & CONTRACT HISTORY:
    Current Grants
    National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
    1R15HL096103-01 – Arterial Baroreflex Function in African Americans at
    Rest and During Exercise. PI – Dr. David Keller, 4/2009 through 3/2012 –
    requested budget: $225,000
    Role: PI

      National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) –
      Thermoregulatory Capacity and Exercise Responses Following Prolonged
      Lunar Analog Bed Rest. PI – Dr. David Keller, tentative start date: 10/2008
      through 9/2011 – requested budget: $492,216
      Role: PI

      Cool Systems Inc. – The effect of continuous circulating water and cyclical
      compression applied at distal thigh on blood flow mechanics, 7/2008
      through 7/2010 – requested budget $57,266.
      PI – Trowbridge
      Role: Co-I

      Submitted Grants
      UT Arlington – UT Dallas - Texas Instruments/Texas Health Resources
      Collaborative Research Program Grant
      Wireless Automated Inpatient Monitoring System (WAIMS). PI – Roozbeh
      Jafari, 1/2010 through 12-2010 – requested budget: $99,600 ($41,550
      UTA)
      Role: Co-I

      *National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
      Arterial Baroreflex Function in African Americans at Rest and During
      Exercise. PI – Dr. David Keller, 12/2009 through 11/2012 – requested
      budget: $225,000
      Role: PI
      Note: resubmission of „accepted grant‟ above



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      *American Heart Association – Arterial Baroreflex Function in African
      Americans at Rest and During Exercise. PI – Dr. David Keller, 7/2008
      through 6/2012 – requested budget: $308,000
      Role: PI
      Note: application reviewed and scored, but applicant became ineligible
      following receipt of NASA grant application (see above)

      Prior Grants
      National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Baroreflex modulation of sympathetic
      nerve activity in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients, 9/2007 through 8/2008 -
      $43,830
      Role: Co-I

      University of Texas at Arlington (Research Enhancement Program) –
      Baroreflex control of blood pressure in African Americans, 9/2008 through
      8/2009 -$10,000
      Role: PI

      National Institutes of Health - National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
      Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award for Individual
      Postdoctoral Fellows – awarded 3 years: $145,200
      Role: PI

SERVICE
Departmental Committees:
      Chair of Departmental Research Enhancement Committee
      Physiology of Exercise Program Review Member, 2009-2010
      Chair of Departmental Space Allocation Committee: academic years
      2008-09
      Chair of Scholarships Committee: academic years 2007-08, 2008-09
      Graduate Committee Member: academic years 2007-2010
      Research Enhancement Committee Member: academic years 2008-2010
      Technology Committee Member: academic years 2009-2010

Ad-hoc Reviewer:
      Acta Physiologica Scandivia
      Journal of Applied Physiology
      American Journal of Physiology
      Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise
      Autonomic Neuroscience: Basic and Clinical
      Journal of the Neurological Sciences

Lab Instructor for “ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp,” July
2008
Lab Instructor for “ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp,” August
2009

UT Southwestern Postdoctoral Association Career Development Committee
Panelist, October 2009
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