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									                             CURRICULUM VITAE
NAME           George David Swanson, Ph.D.

EDUCATION:     Bachelor of Science - California State Polytechnic University
                                     San Luis Obispo, California, 1965

               Master of Science    - Stanford University, Stanford, 1967

               Doctor of Philosophy - Stanford University, Stanford, 1972

ACADEMIC
APPOINTMENTS:
     1965            Teaching Assistant in Electronic Engineering, California State
                     Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo

    1968 - 1969      Acting Instructor, Teaching Assistant and Research Associate in
                     Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford

    1968 - 1972      Research Assistant and Research Associate in Anesthesiology, Stanford
                     University, Stanford

    1972 - 1976      Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and System Science, University of
                     California, Los Angeles

    1975             Visiting Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, University of Colorado
                     School of Medicine, Denver

    1976 - 1978      Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Biometrics, University of
                     Colorado School of Medicine, Denver

    1980             Visiting Lecturer
    (Summer)         University Laboratory of Physiology, Oxford University, Oxford,
                     England

    1981 - 1982      Chairperson, Division of Science, Mathematics and Engineering, College of
                     the Redwoods, Eureka, California

    1984 - 1985      Associate Professor of Mathematics, University of Colorado at Denver

    1978 - 1989      Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Biometrics; Director,
                     Anesthesiology Graduate Student Program; Director, Anesthesiology
                     Research Program, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver

    1988             Visiting Scientist, University Space Research Association NASA - Johnson
    (Summer)         Space Center, Houston, Texas
      1989 -            Professor of Kinesiology; Coordinator, Grants and Contracts Council;
                        Director, Institute for Advanced Studies in Education. College of Education;
                        Co-Director, Pacific Wellness Institute, Coordinator Exercise Physiology
                        Program, Coordinator Graduate Studies Program -- California State
                        University, Chico

      1994 - 1996       Dean, Division of Science and Health, College of the Redwoods, Eureka,
                        California

Current Board and Committee Memberships, Offices Held

      President Fifty-Plus Fitness Association of Chico

      Board of Directors – Colorado Altitude Training Inc., Boulder, CO

      Board of Directors – Video House Calls Foundation, Palo Alto, CA

      Member Research Committee – Fifty Plus Life-long Fitness, Palo Alto, CA

      Member Dept of Kinesiology Personnel Committee (1997 to present)

      Member Dept Kinesiology Chair Evaluation Committee (2004-2005)

      Member Dept of Kinesiology Executive Committee (2000 to present)

      Graduate Coordinator and Chair of Graduate Committee Dept of Kinesiology
      (1998 to present)
      George D. Swanson                           Curriculum Vitae    Page 3


PRESENTATIONS AT NATIONAL
AND INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS

1.    Rocky Mountain Bioengineering Symposium and International ISA Biomedical
      Sciences Instrumentation Symposium, Denver, Colorado. "A Hybrid Computing
      System for On-Line Respiratory Studies," May, 1970.

2.    Biomedical Engineering Society, Los Angeles, California. "Dynamic End-Tidal
      Forcing in the Evaluation of the Grodins Respiratory Model," January, 1973.

3.    International Conference on Regulation and Control in Physiological Systems.
      Rochester, New York. "Dynamic End-Tidal Forcing for Respiratory Controller
      Parameter Estimation," August, 1973.

4.    IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, San Diego, California. "Forcing
      Function Selection for Identification in Human Respiratory Control," December,
      1973.

5.    Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Honolulu, Hawaii. "Input
      Design for Model Discrimination with Application to Respiratory Control,"
      January, 1974.

6.    International Congress of Physiological Sciences Satellite Symposium on Arterial
      Chemoreceptors, Srinagar, India. "CO2-O2 Interaction in Man," October, 1974.
      Invited Paper.

7.    American Physiological Society, San Francisco, California. "Effects of Inspired
      CO2 on CO2 Regulation in Man," October, 1975.

8.    Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Honolulu, Hawaii.
      "Identification Problems in Human Respiratory Control: Models of Neural
      Network Dynamics," January, 1976.

9.    Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Anaheim, California.
      "Post-Voluntary Ventilation Isocapnic Hyperpnea," April, 1976.

10.   American College of Sports Medicine, Chicago, Illinois. "Overview: Respiratory
      Control During Exercise," May, 1977. Invited Paper.

11.   Aspen Lung Conference, Aspen, Colorado. "Exercise Hyperpnea Dilemma," June,
      1977.

12.   International Congress of Physiological Sciences, Paris, France. "Respiratory
      Neural Oscillator Persistence," July, 1977.

13.   First Colorado Symposium of Anesthesiology, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
      "What is New in Monitoring," July, 1977. Invited Paper.
      George D. Swanson                          Curriculum Vitae   Page 4



14.   Low Flow and Closed Circuit Anesthesia Symposium, Denver, Colorado. "The
      Second Gas Effect and Mass Spectrometer: Practical Application," April, 1978.
      Invited Paper.

15.   Second Annual Colorado Anesthesiology Symposium, Vail, Colorado. "Is There a
      Second Gas Effect?" July, 1978. Invited Paper.

16.   Symposium on Modeling of a Biological Control System: The Regulation of
      Breathing, Oxford, England. "Input Stimulus Design for Model Discrimination in
      Human Respiratory Control," September, 1978.

17.   American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois. "A
      Closed System Observation of the Concentration Effect," October, 1978.

18.   Hypoxia Symposium, Banff, Canada. "The Effect of Hypercapnia on the Hypoxic
      Ventilatory Response," February, 1979.

19.   Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Dallas, Texas. "Error
      Analysis of Methods for Measuring Pulmonary Gas Exchange," April, 1979.

20.   Annual Rocky Mountain Bioengineering Symposium and International ISA
      Biomedical Instrumentation Symposium. "Analysis of Methods for Measuring
      Pulmonary Gas Exchange," April, 1979.

21.   Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, San Francisco,
      California. "Mass Spectrometers in Anesthesia Research and Clinical Medicine,"
      April, 1979. Invited Paper.

22.   Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Anaheim, California.
      "Effective Lung Volume and Breath-to-Breath Variations in O2 Consumption
      Measurements," April, 1980.

23.   Exercise Bioenergetics and Gas Exchange, Milan, Italy. "Breath-to-Breath
      Considerations in Gas Exchange Kinetics," July, 1980. Invited Paper.

24.   Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Atlanta, Georgia.
      "Minimum Phase Considerations in the Analysis of Sinusoidal O2 Consumption,"
      April, 1981.

25.   Rebreathing Meeting, Alta, Utah. "Can Lung Tissue Volume be Estimated from
      the Analysis of Steady-State Gas Exchange?" April, 1981.

26.   Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, New Orleans,
      Louisiana. "A Model Evaluation for the Study of Respiratory Control,"
      April, 1982.
       George D. Swanson                             Curriculum Vitae    Page 5


27.    Symposium on Modeling and Control of Breathing, Lake Arrowhead, California.
       "A Model of Breath-to-Breath Gas Exchange," September, 1982.

28.    American Control Conference, San Francisco, California. "Model Identification in
       Exercise Physiology," June, 1983. Invited Paper.

29.    Institute of Mathematical Statistics, Arcata, California. "Application of a Hilbert
       Transform for Time Series Analysis: A Study of Respiratory Control During
       Exercise," June, 1983.

30.   Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Saint Louis,
Missouri.    "Alternative Optimal Respiratory Controller Structures," April, 1984.

31.    ACEMB, Los Angeles, California. "Respiratory Control during Exercise,"
       September, 1984. Invited Paper.

32.    Symposium on Concepts and Formalizations in the Control of Breathing, Solignac,
       France. "An Optimal Controller Motivated Variation Hypothesis,"
       September, 1985.

33.    XXX Congress of International Union of Physiological Sciences, Vancouver,
       Canada. "A Respiratory Controller Hypothesis: Sinusoidal Variations in
       Ventilation Yield Estimates of Metabolic Rate via Corresponding Sinusoidal
       Variations in Arterial CO2 Tensions," July, 1986.

34.    Julius H. Comroe Memorial Symposium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. "A
       Structure of the Respiratory Controller: Implications of & Comroe's' Clogging
       Theory." March, 1987.

35.    Space Life Science Symposium, Washington, D.C. "Non-Invasive Estimation of
       Effective Pulmonary Blood Flow During Exercise Stress Testing." June, 1987.
       Invited Paper.

36.    Space Life Science Symposium, Washington, D.C. "A Miniaturized Quadrupole
       Mass Spectrometer for Cardiopulmonary Studies and Monitoring." June, 1987.
       Invited Paper.

37.    The Case for Mars III, Boulder, Colorado. "Exercise Strategies and the
       Assessment of Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Space." July, 1987. Invited Paper.

38.    The Oxford Meeting, Grand Lake, Colorado. "Strategies for Collection and
       Analysis of Ventilatory Data." September, 1988. Invited Paper.

39.    The American College of Chest Physicians, Aneheim, California. "Recent
       Developments in Exercise Testing: Recent Developments in Instrumentation and
       Analytic Techniques." October, 1988. Invited Paper.
      George D. Swanson                             Curriculum Vitae    Page 6


40.   University of California Biomedical Simulation Resource Short Course on
      Modeling and Parameter Estimation in Respiratory Control, Los Angeles,
      California. "Experimental Design and Analysis for Assessing Gas Exchange
      Kinetics During Exercise." May, 1989. Invited Paper.

41.    American College of Sports Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland. "Assembling
Control        Models from Pulmonary Gas Exchange During Exercise." June, 1989.
       Invited Paper.

42.   Symposium on Countering Space Adaptation with Exercise: Current Issues,
      Houston, Texas. "Characterizing Breath-by-Breath Pseudorandom Binary
      Sequence (PRBS) Gas Exchange as a Submaximal Index of Exercise Detraining."
      September, 1989.

43.   Symposium on Countering Space Adaptation with Exercise: Current Issues,
      Houston, Texas. "Slower Kinetics of oxygen Uptake in Supine than in Upright
      exercises. " September, 1989.

44.   University of Southern California Biomedical Simulations Resource Workshop on
      Advanced Methods of Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Systems Analysis,
      Los Angeles, California. "On the Single-Point, Single-Dose Problem." May,
      1990.

45.   European Simulation Multiconference, Nuremberg, Germany. "On the Single-
      Point, Single-Dose Problem." June, 1990. Invited Paper.

46.   The Case for Mars IV, Boulder, Colorado. "Design of Exercise Counter-
Measures    for Life Support in Long-Term Space Environments." June, 1990.

47.   The California State University Institute for Teaching and Learning, Teaching and
      Learning: The New Research Agenda IV, San Pedro, California. "Role of the
      Teacher Scholar." April, 1991. Invited Paper.

48.   The 1991 Oxford Conference: 5th Meeting on Control of Breathing and its
      Modeling Perspective, Fuji Institute of training, Japan. "Redundancy Structures in
      Respiratory Control." September , 1991.

49.   The 1991 Oxford Conference: 5th Meeting on Control of Breathing and its
      Modeling Perspective, Fuji Institute of Training, Japan. "On Modeling: Summary
      Paper." September , 1991. Invited Paper.

50.   Sports Medicine, Injuries, and Physiological effects of training, Chico, California.
      "Studies in Muscular Fatigue." October, 1991. Invited Paper.

51.   London Conference on Modelling and Control of Ventilation (VIth Oxford
      Conference), Royal Holloway College (University of London), Egham, UK.
      "Meta-Physiological Aspects of Respiratory Control." September, 1994.
      George D. Swanson                           Curriculum Vitae   Page 7


52.   NC^5 Fall Conference, Chico, California. “Videoconferencing in Rural Health
      Care.” October 1995.

53.   Consortium for Distance Learning: Resource Sharing Meeting, Sacramento,
      California. “A Rural Model of Training and Resources for Youth.” November,
      1995. Invited Paper.

54.   Foothill College Flex Faculty Conference, Los Altos Hills, California. “Distance
      Learning and Telemedicine.” February, 1996. Invited Paper.

55.   California County Supervisor Educational Service Association, Monterey,
      California. “A Rural Model of Training and Resources for Youth.” March 1996.

56.   Medical Management Resources Technology Seminar, Portola, California.
      “Telemedicine and Distance Learning.” June, 1996.

57.   Conference on Modelling and Control of Ventillation (VIIth Oxford Conference),
      Huntsville, Ontario, Canada. “Pulmonary Training May Alter Exertional Dyspnea
      and Fatigue Via an Exercise -Like Training Effect of a Lowered Heart Rate.’
      September, 1997.

58.   Cardiovascular Health: Coming Together for the 21st Century, San Francisco,
      California. “Healthy Communities: A Theoretical Model for Designing
      Intervention Strategies.” February, 1998.

59.   Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable, Sacramento, California.
      “Distance Education: An Opportunity to Connect Rural High School Students to
      the College and University.” February, 1998.

60.   First Annual Symposium of Sports Science, Flagstaff Arizona. “Is there an
      optimal altitude for maximizing human powered cycle speed?” March 1998.

61.   Experimental Biology 98, San Francisco, California. “The Effect of an 8-Week
      Circuit Weight Training Program on the Strength of People aged 55-80.” April,
      1998.

62.   Experimental Biology 98, San Francisco, California.” Determining Optimal
      Altitude for Maximizing Aerobic Cycle Speed.” April, 1998.

63.   Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society, Cleveland, Ohio.
      “Modeling Oxygen Uptake Kinetics During Heavy Exercise.” October, 1998.
      Invited Paper.

64.   14th Annual BMSR Workshop on Advanced Methods of Physiological System
      Modeling, Marina del Rey, California. “Special Neural System Configurations
      that Provide Feedforward Signal Redundancy.” November, 1998. Invited Paper.
         George D. Swanson                          Curriculum Vitae    Page 8


65.      5th Annual Meeting of the Oxygen Society, Washington, D.C. “Human Response
         to Physical Stress Improved by Antioxidant.” November, 1998.

66.      Second Annual Symposium of Sports Science, Flagstaff Arizona. “Can the “High-
         Low” Training Model be Extended via Pulmonary Training?” February, 1999.

67.      Second International Convention of the Mars Society, Boulder, Colorado. “The
         effects of upright lower body negative pressure cycle ergometry training on
         VO2max and endurance.” August, 1999.

68.      Southwest Chapter American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Jose,
         California. “The Effect of Pycnogenol on Endurance. November, 1999. (Doug Tirado)

68.      Experimental Biology 2000, San Diego, California. “Antioxidants and exercise
         performance at a simulated altitude of 7000feet.” April, 2000.

69.      Experimental Biology 2000, San Diego, California. “Effect of grape seed extract on
         plasma triglyceride levels.” April, 2000. (with Dave Almo).

70.      Enloe Hospital Grand Rounds, Chico, California. “Spirituality, mind and medicine,”
         June, 2000.

71.      Enloe Hospital Grand Rounds, Chico, California. “Update on Current Anti-Aging
         Therapies,” February, 2001.

72.      International Hypoxia Symposia, Jasper, Canada.
         “Antioxidants and Exercise Performance at Simulated Altitude” March 10-14, 2001.

73.      Paradise High Twelve Club, Paradise, California. “Exercise and Aging” April 17, 2001.

74.      Fourth International Convention the Mars Society, Stanford University, California. “A
         Model for Minimizing the Risk of Sudden Death During Exercise in Long-Term Space
         Flight” August 24, 2001

75.      Twentieth Annual Epidemiological Research Exchange, Denver, Colorado. “A Model
         for Minimizing the Risk of Sudden Death During Exercise – An Extension of Case
         Cross-over Methods” November 30, 2001.

76.      Harvard Conference on Spirituality, Healing and Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah. “The
         Wilson Effect: A Case for Spirituality of Placebo.” March 14-16, 2002.

      77. Enloe Hospital National Depression Screening Day, Chico, California. “Depression and
          Spirituality.” October 15, 2003.

      78. International Hypoxia Symposia, Banff, Canada. “Methods for Monitoring Horses in a
          Simulated Altitude Stall.” February 19-22, 2003. (with Dawn Howe).
        George D. Swanson                           Curriculum Vitae    Page 9


     79. International Hypoxia Symposia, Banff, Canada. “Altitude Strategies for Maximizing
         Cycle Speed.” February 19-22, 2003.

     80. Enloe Hospital, Chico, Ca. “The Aging Brain: The Role of Physical Inactivity.” May 1.
         2003.

     81. WindChime Assisted Living, Chico, Ca. “The Aging Brain: The Role of Physical
         Inactivity.” June 19. 2003.

     82. Prestige Assisted Living, Oroville, Ca. “The Aging Brain: The Role of Physical
         Inactivity.” July 15, 2003.

     83. Enloe Hospital, Chico, Ca “Spirituality: Mind and Medicine, Part III.” December
         18.2003.

     84. Institute for Noetic Sciences, Chico, Ca “Distance Healing” October 10, 2004

     85. International Hypoxia Symposia, Lake Louise, Canada. “Weight Loss While Sleeping in
         an Altitude Tent.” February 22-26, 2005

     86. International Hypoxia Symposia, Lake Louise, Canada. “Upper Body and Respiratory
         Muscle Training Effects on Altitude Exercise Endurance.” February 22-26, 2005

     87. Fifty Plus Lifelong Fitness Annual Fitness Weekend, Stanford University. “Is Exercise
         Intolerance a Consequence of Learned helplessness?” March 11-13, 2005

     88. Humboldt-Del Norte Consortium for Continuing Education (Grand Rounds and Evening
         Public Presentation), Eureka-Arcata, Ca. “The Aging Brain: The Role of Physical
         Inactivity.” June 16, 2005




PUBLICATIONS (In Journals)

1.      Swanson, G.D., T.W. Carpenter, D.E. Snider and J.W. Bellville. An on-line
        hybrid computing system for dynamic respiratory response studies. Computers
        and Biomedical Research 4: 205-215, 1971.

2.      Swanson, G.D. and J.W. Bellville. Hypoxic-hypercapnic interaction in human
        respiratory control. Journal of Applied Physiology 36:480-487, 1974.
      George D. Swanson                           Curriculum Vitae    Page 10



3.    Bellville, J.W., G.D. Swanson and K.A. Agleh. Respiratory effects of delta-9-
      tetrahydrocannabinol. Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 17:541-548,
      1975.

4.    Swanson, G.D. and J.W. Bellville. Step changes in end-tidal CO2: Methods and
      Implications. Journal of Applied Physiology 41:781-783, 1976.

5.    Bellville, J.W., G.D. Swanson, T. Miyake and K.A. Agleh. Respiratory
      stimulation observed following ethanol ingestion. The Western Journal of
      Medicine 124:423-425, 1976.

6.    Swanson, G.D., D.S. Ward and J.W. Bellville. Posthyperventilation isocapnic
      hyperpnea. Journal of Applied Physiology 40:(4)592-596, 1976.

7.    Stroller, K.P., G.D. Swanson and J.W. Bellville. Effects on visual tracking of
      ∆9-tetrahydrocannabional and pentobarbital. Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
      16:271-275, 1976.

8.    Swanson, G.D. and J.W. Bellville. Step changes in end-tidal CO2: Methods and
      Implications. Journal of Applied Physiology 41:781-783, 1976.

9.    Swanson, G.D. Biological signal conditioning for system identification. IEEE
      Proceedings (Special issue on biological signal processing and analysis) 65:735-
      740, 1977.

10.   Swanson, G.D. The evaluation of the Grodins respiratory model via dynamic end-
      tidal forcing. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and
      Comparative Physiology 2:R66-R72, 1977.

11.   Swanson, G.D. Exercise hyperpnea dilemma. Chest 73S:277-279, 1978.

12.   Swanson, G.D. Overview of Ventilatory control during exercise. Medicine and
      Science in Sports 11:221-226, 1979.

13.   Swanson, G.D., B.J. Whipp, R.D. Kaufman, K.A. Agleh, B. Winter and J.W.
      Bellville. The effect of hypercapnia on hypoxic Ventilatory drive in carotid body-
      resected man. Journal of Applied Physiology 46:971-977, 1978.

14.   Bellville, J.W., B.J. Whipp, R.D. Kaufman, G.D. Swanson, K.A. Agleh and
      D.M. Wiberg. Central and peripheral chemoreceptor gain in normal and carotid
      body resected subjects. Journal of Applied Physiology 46:843-853, 1979.

15.   Manawadu, B.R. and G.D. Swanson. The measurement of apneic threshold in
      intra-operative anesthesia. Journal of Clinical Engineering 3:379-381, 1978.
      George D. Swanson                           Curriculum Vitae    Page 11


16.   Engeman, R.M. and G.D. Swanson. Transient response of the Geman-Miller
      respiratory oscillator model. Journal of Applied Physiology 46:1191-1195, 1979.

17.   Johnson, T.S., G.D. Swanson, I.E. Sodal, J.T. Reeves and R.W. Virtue. A closed
      lung system study of inert gas absorption. Journal of Applied Physiology 47:240-
      244, 1979.

18.   Engeman, R.M., G.D. Swanson and R.H. Jones. Input design for model
      discrimination with application to respiratory control during exercise. IEEE
      Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 26:579-585, 1979.

19.   Swanson, G.D. Input stimulus design for model discrimination in human
      respiratory control. Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control
      1:204- 210, 1979.

20.   Engeman, R.M., G.D. Swanson and R. H. Jones. Sinusoidal frequency allocation
      for estimating model parameters. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and
      Cybernetics 11:243-245, 1981.

21.   Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. Computer controlled cycle ergometer. IEEE
      Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 28:711-713, 1981.

22.   Swanson, G.D., I.E. Sodal and J.T. Reeves. Sensitivity of breath-to-breath gas
      exchange measurements to expiratory flow errors. IEEE Transactions on
      Biomedical Engineering 28:749-754, 1981.

23.   Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. Minimum phase considerations in the analysis
      of sinusoidal work. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 28:832-834,
      1981.

24.   Swanson, G.D. and D.L. Sherrill. Application of a Hilbert transform for system
      identification in respiratory control studies. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man
      and Cybernetics 12:582-585, 1982.

25.   Robbins, P.A., G.D. Swanson, A.J. Micco and W.P. Schubert. A fast gas mixing
      system for breath-to-breath respiratory control studies. Journal of Applied
      Physiology 52:1358-1362, 1982.

26.   Robbins, P.A., G.D. Swanson and M.G. Howson. A prediction-correction scheme
      for forcing alveolar gases along certain time courses. Journal of Applied
      Physiology 52:1353-1357, 1982.

27.   Sodal, I.E. and G.D. Swanson. Making the mass spectrometer an efficient
      anesthetist's aide. Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine 1:32-35, 1982.

28.   Virtue, R., D.L. Sherrill and G.D. Swanson. Uptake of nitrous oxide in man.
      Canadian Anaesthetists' Society Journal 29:424-427, 1982.
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29.   Sodal, I.E., G.D. Swanson, A.J. Micco, F. Sprague and D. G. Ellis. A
      computerized mass spectrometer and flowmeter system for respiratory gas
      measurements. Annals of Biomedical Engineering 11:83-99, 1983.

30.   Swanson, G.D., D.L. Sherrill and R.M. Engeman. Model utility in the study of
      Cardiorespiratory control. Annals of Biomedical Engineering 11:337-348, 1983.

31.   Swanson, G.D. and D.L. Sherrill. A model evaluation of estimates of breath-to-
      breath alveolar gas exchange. Journal of Applied Physiology 55:1936-1941, 1983.

32.   Engeman, R.M., G.D. Swanson and R.H. Jones. Optimal frequency locations for
      estimating model parameters in studies on respiratory control. Computers and
      Biomedical Research 16:531-536, 1983.

33.   Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. On the estimation of response slopes in
      respiratory control. Journal of Applied Physiology 56:536-539, 1984.

34.   VanBenthuysen, K.M., G.D. Swanson and J.V. Weil. Temporal delay of venous
      blood correlates with onset of exercise hyperpnea. Journal of Applied Physiology
      57:874-880, 1984.

35.   Jones, R.H., E.B. Reeve and G.D. Swanson. Statistical identification of
      compartmental models with application to plasma protein kinetics. Computers and
      Biomedical Research 17:227-288, 1984.

36.   Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. On the maximum likelihood estimation of
      respiratory response slopes. Journal of Applied Physiology 59:1623-1626, 1985.

37.   Engeman, R.M., D.L. Sherrill and G.D. Swanson. On the estimation of hypoxic
      Ventilatory response. Computers and Biomedical Research 18:553-562, 1985.

38.   Robbins, P.A. and G.D. Swanson. Irregularities in breathing may encode
      information for respiratory control. Biomedical Measurement, Information, and
      Control 1 : 59-63, 1986.

39.   Swanson, G.D. and P.A. Robbins. Optimal respiratory controller structures. IEEE
      Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 33:677-680, 1986.

40.   Weisiger, K.H. and G.D. Swanson. Importance of oscillations in alveolar gas
      concentrations in the analysis of Rebreathing data. Journal of Applied Physiology
      61:1104-1113, 1986.

41.   Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. On line computer estimation of CO2 response
      curves. Journal of Clinical Monitoring 2:198-202, 1986.
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42.   Lundberg, M.A., R.L. Hughson, K.H. Weisiger, R.H. Jones and G.D. Swanson.
      Computerized estimation of lactate threshold. Computers and Biomedical
      Research 19:481-486, 1986.

43.   Hughson, R.L., K.H. Weisiger and G.D. Swanson. Blood lactate concentration
      increases as a continuous function in progressive exercise. Journal of Applied
      Physiology 61:1975-1981, 1987.

44.   Inman, M.D., R.L. Hughson, K.H. Weisiger, and G.D. Swanson. Estimate of mean
      tissue oxygen consumption at the onset of exercise in man. Journal of Applied
      Physiology 63:1578-1585, 1987.

45.   Hughson, R.L., D.L. Sherrill, and G.D. Swanson. Kinetics of VO2 with impulse
      and step exercise in man. Journal of Applied Physiology 64:451-459, 1988.

46.   Wade, T.D., S.J. Anderson, J. Bundy, V.A. Ramadevi, R.H. Jones, and G.D.
      Swanson. Using smoothing splies to make inferences about the shape of gas-
      exchange curves. Computers and Biomedical Research 21:16-26, 1988.

47.   Sherrill, D.L., B.H. Dietrich, G.D. Swanson. On the estimation of pulmonary
      blood flow from CO2 production time series. Computers and Biomedical
      Research 21:503-511, 1988.

48.   Swanson, G.D. and R. L. Hughson. On the modeling and interpretation of oxygen
      uptake kinetics from ramp work rate tests. Journal of Applied Physiology
      65:2453-2458, 1988.

49.   Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. Application of the general linear model for
      smoothing gas exchange data. Computers and Biomedical Research 22: 270-281,
      1989.

50.   Briggs, W.L., R.W. Phelps and G.D. Swanson. A probabilistic approach to the
      single-point, single-dose problem. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering
      37:80-84, 1990.

51.   Hughson, R.L., D.A. Winter, A.E. Patla, G.D. Swanson and L.A. Cuervo.
      Investigation of VO2 kinetics in humans with Pseudorandom binary sequence
      work rate change. Journal of Applied Physiology 68:796-801, 1990.

52.   Swanson, G.D. Assembling control models from pulmonary gas exchange
      dynamics. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 22:80-87, 1990.

53.   Anderson, S.J., R.H. Jones and G.D. Swanson. Smoothing polynomial splies for
      bivariate data. SIAM Journal on Scientific and Statistical Computing
      11:749-766, 1990.
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54.   Sherrill, D.L., S.J. Anderson and G.D. Swanson. Using smoothing splines for
      detecting Ventilatory thresholds. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
      22:684-689, 1990.

55.   Engeman, R.M. and G.D. Swanson. On analytical methods and inferences for
      2 x 2 contingency table data from medical studies. Computers and Biomedical
      Research 24:509-513, 1991.

56.   Fahey, T.D., S. I. Gates,W. Colvin, G. D. Swanson and J.K. Linderman. The
      Effects of Prolonged Intense Exercise on Eestradiol, Progesterone, LH and FSH
      Concentrations During Mid-Menstral cycle. Biology of Sport. 14:175-183, 1997.

57.   Swanson, G.D. The Wilson Effect: A Case for Transpersonal Healing Properties
      of Placebo. International Journal of Healing and Caring. 2(3):www.ijhc.org,
      2002.

58.   Engeman, R.M. and G. D. Swanson. On Analytical Methods and Inferences for 2
      x 2 Contingency Table Data using Wildlife Examples. International
      Biodeterioration & Biodegradation. 52:243-246, 2003.




BOOKS AND SECTIONS IN BOOKS

1.    Swanson, G.D. Dynamic forcing in the study of the human respiratory system.
      Ph.D. Thesis, Stanford University, Center for Systems Research, 1972.

2.    Swanson, G.D. and J.W. Bellville. Dynamic end-tidal forcing for respiratory
      controller parameter estimation. In Regulation and Control in Physiological
      Systems, edited by A.S. Iberall and A.C. Guyton. Pittsburgh, PA: Instrument
      Society of America, pp. 296-273, 1973.

3.    Swanson, G.D. and J.W. Bellville. CO2 - O2 interaction in man. In Morphology
      and Mechanisms of Chemoreceptors, edited by A.S. Paintal. Delhi: Indian
      Academy of Sciences, pp. 48-64, 1976.

4.    Bellville, J.W., D.W. Wiberg and G.D. Swanson. Assessment of chemoreceptor
      responsiveness in man. In Morphology and Mechanisms of Chemoreceptors,
      edited by A.S. Paintal. Delhi: Indian Academy of Sciences, pp. 65-83, 1976.

5.    Manawadu, B.R. and G.D. Swanson. Apneic threshold in intra-operative
      anesthesia. In Advance in Experimental Medicine and Biology, edited by R.
      Fitzgerald, H. Goutier and S. Lahiri. New York: Plenum, pp. 135-142, 1978.

6.    Manawadu, B.R., F.E. Hartwig, D.L. Sherrill and G.D. Swanson. Monitoring
      oxygen consumption utilizing low flow techniques. In Low Flow and Closed
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       System Anesthesia, edited by J.A. Aldrete, H.J. Lowe and R.W. Virtue. New
       York: Grune and Stratton, pp. 147-150, 1979.

7.     Sodal, I.E. and G.D. Swanson. Mass spectrometry: Current technology and
       implications for anesthesia. In Low Flow and Closed System Anesthesia, edited by
       J.A. Aldrete, H.J. Lowe and R.W. Virtue. New York: Grune and Stratton, pp.
       167-182, 1979.

8.     Swanson, G.D., T.S. Johnson and R.W. Virtue. The second gas effect. In Low
       Flow and Closed System Anesthesia, edited by J.A. Aldrete, H.J. Lowe and R.W.
       Virtue. New York: Grune and Stratton, pp. 127-134, 1979.

9.     Filley, G.F. and G.D. Swanson. Chemical breathing controls: Slow, intermediate
       and fast. In Clinics in Chest Medicine, edited by M.H. Williams. Philadelphia,
       PA: Saunders, pp. 13-32, 1980.

10.    Sodal, I.E. and G.D. Swanson. Mass spectrometry in patient monitoring. In
       Essential Noninvasive Monitoring in Anesthesia, edited by J.S. Gravenstein, R.S.
       Neubower, A.K. Ream and N.T. Smith. New York: Grune and Stratton, pp. 217-
       234, 1980.

11.    Swanson, G.D. Breath-to-breath considerations for gas exchange kinetics. In
       Exercise, Bioenergetics and Gas Exchange, edited by P. Cerretelli and B.J. Whipp.
       Amsterdam: Elsevier/North Holland, pp. 211-222, 1980.

12.   Adams, E.M., G.D. Swanson and J.V. Weil. On the assessment of the hypoxic
      Ventilatory response. In Modeling and Control of Breathing, edited by B.J.
Whipp and D.M. Wiberg. Amsterdam: Elsevier/North Holland, pp. 46-53, 1983.

13.    Sherrill, D.L., N.B. Kindig, G.D. Swanson and R.W. Virtue. Analysis of
       dynamic Cardiorespiratory response to pulse work loads. In Modeling and
Control        of Breathing, edited by B.J. Whipp and D.M. Wiberg. Amsterdam:
Elsevier/North         Holland, pp. 237-245, 1983.

14.    Swanson, G.D. and D.L. Sherrill. Model of breath-to-breath gas exchange. In
       Modeling and Control of Breathing, edited by B.J. Whipp and D.M. Wiberg.
       Amsterdam: Elsevier/ North Holland, pp. 346-352, 1983.

15.    Swanson, G.D. Respiratory control during exercise. In Systems & Control
       Encyclopedia Theory, Technology, Applications, edited by M. Singh. Oxford,
       England: Pergamon pp. 4045-4051, 1988.

16.    Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. Does the resting hypoxic drive predict the
       transient response to exercise? In Concepts and Formalizations in the Control of
       Breathing, edited by G. Benchetrit, P. Baconnier and J. Demogeot. Manchester,
       England: Manchester University Press, pp. 133-142, 1987.
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17.   Swanson, G.D. An optimal controller motivated variation hypothesis. In
      Concepts and Formalizations in the Control of Breathing, edited by G. Benchetrit,
      P. Baconnier and J. Demongeot. Manchester, England: Manchester University
      Press, pp. 143-156, 1987.

18.   Sodal, E.S., J.S. Clark and G.D. Swanson. Mass spectrometers in medical
      monitoring. In Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation, edited by
      J.G. Webster. New York: Wiley, pp. 1848-1859 (Vol. 3), 1988.

19.   Swanson, G.D. Exercise strategies and assessment of Cardiorespiratory fitness in
      space. In The Case for Mars III: Strategies for Exploration - Technical, Volume
      75, Science and Technology Series, Edited By C. Stoker. San Diego: Univelt
      Press, pp. 141-149, 1989.

20.   Swanson, G.D., F.S. Grodins Hughson and R.L. Hughson (Editors). Control of
      Breathing: A Modeling Perspective. New York: Plennum 1989.

21.   Hughson, R.L., D.A. Winter, A.E. Patil J.E. Cochrane, L.A. Cuervo, and G.D.
      Swanson. Kinetics of oxygen uptake studied within two different Pseudorandom
      binary sequences. In Control of Breathing A modeling Perspective, edited by
      G.D. Swanson, F.S. Grodins and R.L. Hughson. New York: Plennum, pp. 131-
      136, 1989.

22.   Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. On smoothing gas exchange data and estimation
      of the anaerobic threshold. In Control of Breathing: A Modeling Perspective,
      edited by G.D. Swanson, F.S. Grodins and R.L. Hughson. New York: Plennum,
      pp. 121-130, 1989.

23.   Hughson, R.L. and G.D. Swanson. Strategies for collection and analysis of
      Ventilatory data. In Control of Breathing: A Modeling perspective, edited by G.D.
      Swanson, F.S. Grodins and R.L. Hughson,. New York: Plennum, pp. 179-190,
      1989.

24.   Anderson, S.J. and G.D. Swanson. A structure of the respiratory controller:
      implications of Comroe's "clogging" theory. In Chemoreceptors and Reflexes in
      Breathing, edited by S. Lahiri, R.E. Forster, R.O. Davies and A.I. Pack. New
      York: Oxford University Press, pp. 361-367, 1989.

25.   Swanson, G.D. System identification methods applied to the study of the
      respiratory control system. In Modeling the Respiratory System, edited by A.I.
      Pack and D.J. Murray-Smith. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press (in press).

26.   Swanson, G.D. Experimental design and analysis for assessing gas exchange
      kinetics during exercise. In Modeling and Parameter Estimation in Respiratory
      Control, Edited by M.C.K. Khoo. New York: Plennum, pp. 45-51, 1989..
      George D. Swanson                             Curriculum Vitae    Page 17


27.   Weil, J.V. and G.D. Swanson. Chemoreceptors and the control of breathing. In
      Pulmonary Physiology and Pathophysiology of Exercise, edited by B.J. Whipp and
      K. Wasserman. New York: Dekker, pp. 371-403, 1991.

28.   Swanson, G.D. On the single-point, single-dose problem. In Advance Methods of
      Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynomic Systems Analysis, Edited by D.Z.
      D’Argenio, New York: Plennum, pp. 129-135, 1991.

29.   Swanson, G.D. Redundancy structures in respiratory control. In On the Control
      of Breathing and its Modeling Perspective, edited by Y. Honda,Y. Miyamoto, K.
      Konno and J.G. Widdicombe. New York: Plennum, pp. 171-182, 1992.

30.   Swanson, G.D. Determining the optimal altitude for maximizing aerobic cycling
      speed. In Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine, edited by T. Fahey. Internet Society
      for Sport Science: http://sportsci.org. 1998.

31.   Swanson, G. D. Longevity and Exercise. In Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine,
      edited by T. Fahey. Internet Society for Sport Science: http://sportsci.org. 1998.

32.   Swanson, G. D. Human Powered Flight. Metaphysical approach to exercise
      physiology. In Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine, edited by T. Fahey. Internet
      Society for Sport Science: http://sportsci.org. 1998.

33.   Swanson, G. D. Respiratory Control: Models and Mythology. In Encyclopedia of
      Sports Medicine, edited by T. Fahey. Internet Society for Sport Science:
      http://sportsci.org. 1998.

34.   Swanson, G. D. Epidemiological Methods for Rare Events: The Sudden Death
      Problem in Athletics. In Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine, edited by T. Fahey.
      Internet Society for Sport Science: http://sportsci.org. 1998.

35.   Swanson, G. D. Exertional Dyspnea. In Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine, edited
      by T. Fahey. Internet Society for Sport Science: http://sportsci.org. 1998.

36.   Casaburi, R., J.S. Janicki, B.D. Johnson, S. Ward, G.D. Swanson and A. Ries.
      Methodology. In Standards of Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing.
      New York: American Thoracic Society. 1995.

37.   Swanson, G. D. Pulmonary Training May Alter Exertional Dyspnea and Fatigue
      Via an Exercise-Like Training Effect of a Lowered Heart Rate. In Advances in
      Modeling and Control of Ventilation , Edited by R, Hughson, D. A. Cunningham
      and J. Duffin. New York: Plenum, pp. 231-236, 1998.

38.   Swanson, G.D. Non-compliant Diabetic Patient: A Health Educators Analysis. In
      Moral Dilemmas in Community Health Care, Edited by B. Cox-White and J.
      Zimbelin. New York: Longman’s Publishing, pp. 89-91, 2005
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AUDIO-VISUAL PUBLICATIONS

     Swanson, G.D. An Overview. In Symposium on Respiratory Control During
     Exercise. Coordinated by V.R. Edgerton. Edited by D.R. Simpson. Produced by
     American College of Sports Medicine, 1977. Slide and tape lecture published by
     the American College of Sports Medicine, Madison, Wisconsin, 1978.

PAPERS IN PROCEEDINGS

1.   Swanson, G.D., D.E. Snider, T.W. Carpenter and J.W. Bellville. A hybrid
     computing system for on-line respiratory studies. In Cardiovascular
     Instrumentation and Techniques-Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation, edited by J.
     Gowen, E. Tucker and K. Aikawa. Pittsburgh, PA: Instrument Society of
     America, 7:4-9, 1970.

2.   Swanson, G.D. and J.W. Bellville. Forcing function selection for identification in
     human respiratory control. In Proceedings IEEE Conference on Decision and
     Control, 516-520, 1973.

3.   Swanson, G.D. and J.W. Bellville. Input design for model discrimination with
     application to respiratory control. In Proceedings Hawaii International
     Conference on Systems Sciences, 7:81-83, 1974.

4.   Michels, D., D. Ward, K. Agleh, G.D. Swanson and J.W. Bellville. End-tidal
     CO2 - O2 response to voluntary ventilation maneuvers. In Proceedings San Diego
     Biomedical Symposium, 13:259-266, 1974.

5.   Ward, D.S., D.B. Michels, G.D. Swanson and J.W. Bellville. Automatic control of
     end-expiratory carbon dioxide. In Proceedings Eleventh Annual Rocky Mountain
     Bioengineering Symposium and Eleventh International ISA Biomedical Sciences
     Instrumentation Symposium, 11:183-186, 1974.

6.   Swanson, G.D. Identification problems in human respiratory control: Models of
     neural network dynamics. In Proceedings Hawaii International Conference on
     System Sciences, 9:137-139, 1976.

7.   Swanson, G.D. Model identification in exercise physiology. In Proceedings
     American Control Conference, 27-30, 1983.

8.   Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. A computer data acquisition system for CO2
     response curves. In Proceedings Rocky Mountain Bioengineering Symposium,
     21:157-160, 1984.
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9.     Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. Comparison of techniques for slope estimation
       when both X and Y variables are observed with error. In Rocky Mountain Region
       One Day Conference on Medical Applications of Statistics. Vol. II: 70-76, 1984.

10.    Anderson, S.J., D.L. Sherrill, R.H. Jones and G.D. Swanson. Estimation of
       anaerobic threshold during exercise stress testing. In Rocky Mountain Region One
       Day Conference on Medical Applications of Statistics, Vol. II: 76-81, 1984.

11.    Weisiger, K.H. and G.D. Swanson. Mathematical analysis of Rebreathing
       transients in gas exchange. In Rocky Mountain Region One Day Conference on
       Medical Applications of Statistics, Vol. II: 82-92, 1984.

12.    Stene, D.O., D.L. Sherrill and G.D. Swanson. Preliminary analysis of lidocaine
       absorption from the epidural space. In Rocky Mountain Region One Day
       Conference on Medical Applications of Statistics, Vol. II: 93-97, 1984.

13.   Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. Does the transient response to exercise correlate
      with resting hypoxic sensitivity? In Third Rocky Mountain Conference on
Medical       Applications of Statistics. 60-65, 1985.

14.    Swanson, G.D. and D.L. Sherrill. A Bayesian approach to estimation of hypoxic
       drive parameters. In Third Rocky Mountain Conference on medical Applications
       of Statistics, 66-73, 1985.

15.    Walker, J.A. and G.D. Swanson. Optimal breathing pattern for enhancing gas
       exchange. Third Rocky Mountain Conference on Medical Applications of
       Statistics. 74-76, 1985.

16.    Weisiger, K.H. and G.D. Swanson. Implications of alveolar time course in the
       analysis of transients in inert gas uptake. Third Rocky Mountain Conference on
       medical Applications of Statistics. 77-88, 1985.

17.    Swanson, G.D. On the single-point, single-dose problem. In Modeling and
       Simulation: Proceedings European Simulation Multiconference, edited by
       Bernard Schmidt. San Diego, CA: Society for Computer Simulation, 116-119,
       1990.

18.    Swanson, G.D. Can the “High Low” Training Model be extended via
       pulmonary training? In Proceeding Summary 2nd Annual Symposium of
       Sports Science, Flagstaff, Arizona, 1999.



ABSTRACTS AND SHORT COMMUNICATIONS
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1.    Swanson, G.D. and J.W. Bellville. Dynamic end-tidal forcing in the evaluation of
      the Grodins respiratory model. In Proceedings Biomedical Engineering Society
      4:4-6, 1973.

2.    Swanson, G.D. and J.W. Bellville. CO2 - O2 interaction in man. In Abstracts
      XXVI International Congress of Physiological Sciences Satellite Symposium on
      Arterial Chemoreceptors. Srinagar, India: 1974.

3.    Bellville, J.W., D.M. Wiberg and G.D. Swanson. Assessment of chemoreceptor
      responsibility in man. In Abstracts XXVI International Congress of Physiological
      Sciences Satellite Symposium on Arterial Chemoreceptors. Srinagar, India: 1974.

4.    Swanson, G.D., A.B. Arancibia and J.W. Bellville. New Electronics for the LBI
      CO2 analyzer. In Proceedings Ninth Annual Meeting, Association for
      Advancement of Medical Instrumentation 1974.

5.    Stroller, K.P., G.D. Swanson, and J.W. Bellville. Effects on visual tracking of
      ∆9-tetrahydrocannabinol and pentobarbital. In Proceedings American Society for
      Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics August, 1975.

6.    Wiberg, D.M., G.D. Swanson and J.W. Bellville. Respiratory effects of marijuana
      characterized by dynamic end-tidal forcing. In Proceedings American Society for
      Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics August, 1975.

7.    Swanson, G.D. and J.W. Bellville. Effects of inspired CO2 on CO2 regulation in
      man. The Physiologist 18:413, 1975.

8.    Swanson, G.D. Ventilatory response to venous and inhaled CO2 loading. Journal
      of Applied Physiology (Letters to the Editor) 40:651, 1976.

9.    Swanson, G.D., K.A. Agleh, D.S. Ward and J.W. Bellville. Post-voluntary
      ventilation isocapnic hyperpnea. Federation Proceedings 35:633, 1976.

10.   Michels, D.B., G.D. Swanson and J.W. Bellville. End-tidal O2 response to CO2
      inhalation. Federation Proceedings 35:454, 1976.

11.   Swanson, G.D. Model discrimination in human respiratory control. In Abstracts
      International Symposium on Information Theory Ronnby, Sweden: 1976.

12.   Weisiger, K., G.D. Swanson and J.T. Reeves. Measurement of lung tissue volume
      and cardiac output by uptake of multiple inspired soluble gases. Federation
      Proceedings 36:536,1977.

13.   Swanson, G.D. Simulated added dead space by the use of pulsed CO2. American
      Review of Respiratory Diseases 115:384, 1977.
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14.   Swanson, G.D. Input stimulus design for model discrimination in human
      respiratory control. Reprints of Symposium on Modeling of a Control System: The
      Regulation of Breathing 165, 1978.

15.   Swanson, G.D., T.S. Johnson and R.W. Virtue. A closed system observation of
      the concentration effects. Abstracts of American Society of Anesthesiologists
      Annual Meeting 611-612, 1978.

16.   Manawadu, B.R., D.L. Sherrill, G.D. Swanson, K. Wood and J.A. Aldrete. B-
      receptor stimulation and blockade during nitrogen gas embolism. Abstracts of
      American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting 65-66, 1978.

17.   Sodal, I.E., G.D. Swanson and J.T. Reeves. A computerized cardiopulmonary test
      system using a miniaturized mass spectrometer. Federation Proceedings 38:1967,
      1979.

18.   Swanson, G.D., I.E. Sodal and J.T. Reeves. Error analysis of methods for
      measuring pulmonary gas exchange. Federation Proceedings 38:1067, 1979.

19.   Swanson, G.D., I.E. Sodal and J.T. Reeves. Analysis of methods for measuring
      pulmonary gas exchange. Proceedings Rocky Mountain Bioengineering
      Symposium and International Biomedical Instrumentation Symposium 16:65,
      1979.

20.   VanBenthuysen, K.M., G.D. Swanson, C. Van Way, J.V. Weil and C.W.
      Zwillich. Temporal delay of venous blood correlates with onset of exercise
      hyperpnea. The Physiologist 22:127, 1979.

21.   Lugue, J., D.L. Sherrill, R.H. Jones, G.D. Swanson and R.W. Virtue. Anesthetic
      depth transition by EEG analysis. Anesthesiology 51:S2, 1979.

22.   de Campo, T., E. Goldman, G.D. Swanson and J.A. Aldrete. Long term PEEP
      therapy and lung water in oleic acid ARF. Anesthesiology 51:S374, 1979.

23.   Sodal, I.E., G.D. Swanson, A. Micco and D. Ellis. Anesthetic uptake using a new
      mass spectrometer system. Anesthesiology 51:S374, 1979.

24.   VanBenthuysen, K.M., G. D. Swanson and J.V. Weil. Role of venous CO2 in
      exercise hyperpnea. Federation Proceedings 39:584, 1980.

25.   Swanson, G.D. and J.T. Reeves. Effective lung volume and breath-to-breath
      variation in O2 consumption measurements. Federation Proceedings 39:1090.
      1989.
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26.   Swanson, G.D. and I.E. Sodal. Mass spectrometers in Anesthesia Research and
      Clinical Practice. Proceedings Association for the Advancement of Medical
      Instrumentation 15:207, 1980.

27.   Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. Estimation of response slopes in respiratory
      control. Proceedings Rocky Mountain Bioengineering Symposium and
      International Biomedical Instrumentation Symposium 17:45-48, 1980.

28.   Adams, G., G.D. Swanson and J.V. Weil. Hypermetabolism and Ventilatory
      responsiveness in cats. The Physiologist 23:139, 1980.

29.   Weisiger, K.H. and G.D. Swanson. Gas mixing affects the Rebreathing
      measurement of lung tissue volume. Federation Proceedings 40:466, 1981.

30.   Swanson, G.D. and D.L. Sherrill. Minimum phase considerations in the analysis
      of sinusoidal O2 consumption. Federation Proceedings 40:722, 1981.

31.   Swanson, G.D. Reply to comments on "Biological Signal Conditioning for
      System Identification." Proceedings of the IEEE (Proceedings Letters) 69:851-
      853, 1981.

32.   Swanson, G.D. and D.L. Sherrill. A model evaluation for the study of respiratory
      control. Federation Proceedings 41:1672, 1982.

33.   Swanson, G.D., R. Virtue and D.L. Sherrill. Reply to comments on "Uptake of
      Nitrous Oxide in Man." Canadian Anesthetists' Society Journal 30:449-450, 1983.

34.   Virtue, R.W., W.W. Wagner and G.D. Swanson. Fate of gas emboli in the dog.
      Anesthesiology 59:A72, 1983.

35.   Swanson, G.D. and D.L. Sherrill. On the breath-to-breath estimation of gas
      exchange. Journal of Applied Physiology (Letter to the Editor) 56:259-261, 1984.

36.   Robbins, P.A. and G.D. Swanson. Errors in seminal papers on the within-breath
      time course of alveolar PCO2. Journal of Applied Physiology (Letter to the
      Editor) 57:284, 1984.

37.   Swanson, G.D. An optimal controller motivated variation hypothesis. In
      Abstracts Concepts and Formalizations in the Control of Breathing Solignac,
      France: 1985.

38.   Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. Does the resting hypoxic drive predict the
      transient response to exercise. In Abstracts Concepts and Formalizations in the
      Control of Breathing Solignac, France: 1985.

39.   Swanson, G.D. and S.J. Anderson. A respiratory controller hypothesis: sinusoidal
      variations in ventilation yield estimates of metabolic rate via corresponding
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      sinusoidal variations in arterial CO2 tension. In Abstracts XXX Congress of
      International Union of Physiological Sciences Vancouver, Canada: 1986

40.   Anderson, S.J., R.L. Hughson, D.L. Sherrill, and G.D. Swanson. Determination
      of the "anaerobic threshold." Journal of Applied Physiology (Letter to the Editor)
      60:2135-2137, 1986.

41.   Hughson, R.L., K.H. Weisiger and G.D. Swanson. Blood lactate concentration
      increases a continuous function in progressive exercise. Canadian Journal of
      Applied Sports Science 11:19P, 1986.

42.   Hughson, R.L. and G.D. Swanson. Kinetics of VE and VCO2 with impulse (I)
      and step function (ST) changes in work rate. Medicine and Science in Sports and
      Exercise 19:516, 1987.

43.   Swanson, G.D. Reply to comments on "On-line computer estimates of carbon
      dioxide response curves". Journal of Clinical Monitoring 3:212-213, 1987.

44.   Anderson, S.J. and G.D. Swanson. A respiratory controller structure: implications
      of Comroe's "clogging" theory. In Abstracts Julius H. Comroe Memorial
      Symposium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1987.

45.   Swanson, G.D. and D.L. Sherrill. Non-invasive estimation of effective pulmonary
      blood flow during exercise stress testing. In Abstracts Space Life Sciences
      Symposium, Washington, DC, 1987.

46.   Micco, A. and G.D. Swanson. A miniaturized quadrupole mass spectrometer for
      cardiopulmonary studies and monitoring. In Abstracts Space Life Sciences
      Symposium, Washington, D.C., 1987.

47.   Swanson, G.D. and P.G. Smaldone. Exercise strategies and assessment of
      Cardiorespiratory fitness in space. In Abstracts The Case for Mars III, Boulder,
      Colorado, 1987.

48.   Swanson, G.D. Reply to comments on "Optimal respiratory controller structures".
      IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 35:395-397, 1988.

49.   Hughson, R.L. and G.D. Swanson. Blood lactate concentration in exercise. Journal
      of Applied Physiology (Letter to the Editor) 64:1290-1291, 1988.

50.   Hughson, R.L., G.D. Swanson, J.E. Cochrane and D. Northey. Kinetics of VO2
      during ramp exercise vary with ramp slope. Medicine and Science in Sports and
      Exercise, 20:568, 1988.

51.   Cochrane, J.E., R.L. Hughson, A.E. Patla, and G.D. Swanson. Computer
      simulated tissue and alveolar oxygen uptake. Medicine and Science in Sports and
      Exercise, 20:567, 1988.
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52.   Hughson, R.L., D.A. Winter, A.E. Patil, J.E. Cochrane, L.A. Cuervo, and G.D.
      Swanson. Kinetics of oxygen uptake studied with two different Pseudorandom
      binary sequences. In Abstracts The Oxford Meeting, Grand Lake, Colorado, 1988.

53.   Sherrill, D.L. and G.D. Swanson. On smoothing gas exchange data and estimation
      of the anaerobic threshold. In Abstracts The Oxford Meeting, Grand Lake
      Colorado, 1988.

54.   Hughson, R.L., H. Huacherg, D.R. Northey, and G.D. Swanson. Assessment of
      physical fitness with a simple Submaximal test: sensitivity of the test to altered
      inspired O2. In Abstracts Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute Conference
      on Astronautics, Montreal, Canada, 1988.

55.   Young, D. and G.D. Swanson. Incorporation of stochastic elements in
      mathematical models applied to the HIV+ epidemic. In Abstracts Eighth Annual
      Epidemiological Research Exchange, Denver, Colorado, 1988.

56.   Swanson, G.D. and R.M. Engeman. The one death problem. In Abstracts Eighth
      Annual Epidemiological Exchange, Denver, Colorado, 1988.

57.   Swanson, G.D. On the appropriateness of some common procedures for testing the
      equality of two independent binomial proportions. The American Statistician
      (Letter to the Editor) 43:188, 1989.

58.   Swanson, G.D., R. May, B.H. Dietrich and R.L. Hughson. Characterizing breath-
      by-breath Pseudorandom binary sequence (PRBS) gas exchange as a Submaximal
      index of exercise detraining. In Abstracts Symposium on Countering Space
      Adaptation with Exercise: Current Issues, Houston, Texas, 1989.

59.   Hughson, R.L., G.D. Swanson, C. Borkhoff, H. Xing, and G.C. Butler. Slower
      kinetics of oxygen uptake in supine than in upright exercises. In Abstracts
      Symposium on Countering Space Adaptation with Exercises: Current Issues,
      Houston, Texas, 1989.

60.   Engeman, R.M. and G.D. Swanson. Alternatives to Fisher's "exact test" for
      analyzing 2x2 tables with small cell sizes. Biometrics (Letter to the Editor)
      46:267-268, 1990.

61.   Swanson, G.D. On the single-point, single-dose problem. In Abstracts, University
      of Southern California Biomedical Simulations Resource Workshop on Advanced
      Methods of Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Systems Analysis,
      Los Angeles, California, 1990.

62.   Swanson, G.D. "Design of Exercise Counter-Measures for Life Support in Long-
      Term Space Environments." In Abstracts The Case for Mars IV, Boulder,
      Colorado, 1990.
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63.   Micco, A., B. Dietrich and G. Swanson. "A New Mass Spectrometer System for
      Life Support in Long-Term Space Environments." In Abstracts The Case for Mars
      IV, Boulder, Colorado, 1990.

64.   Swanson, G.D. “Redundancy Structures in Respiratory Control”. In Abstracts,
      The 1991 Oxford Conference: 5th Meeting on Control of Breathing and its
      Modeling perspective, Fuji Institute of training, Japan, 1991.

65.   Holland, R.A., E.B. Van Walleghem and G.D. Swanson. Smoking Cessation and
      Exercise Time to Fatigue. The Physiologist, 35:199, 1992.

66.   Swanson, G.D., R.A. Holland and E.B. Van Walleghem. Effect of Prior Leg
      Exercise on High Intensity Arm Ergometry. The Physiologist, 35:199, 1992.

67.   Anderson, S.J and G.D. Swanson. An Approach to Modeling Simultaneous
      Measurements Using Multivariate Splines. In, Abstracts, Biometrics Society
      (Eastern North American Region), Philadelphia, 1993.

68.   Boyer, D. and G. Swanson. Development of a Physiological Strategy to Break 70
      MPH in a Human Powered Vehicle (HPV). The FASEB Journal, 8:A572, 1994.

69.   Swanson, D. A Health Educators Perspective. Bioethics bulletin, 3:6-7, 1994.

70.   Swanson, G.D. Meta-Physiological Aspects of Respiratory Control. In,
      Conference Handbook London Conference on Modelling and Control of
      Ventilation (VIth Oxford Conference), Royal Holloway College (University of
      London), Egham, UK, 1994.

71.   Swanson, G.D. Pulmonary Training May Alter Exertional Dyspnea and Fatigue
      Via an Exercise -Like Training Effect of a Lowered Heart Rate. In Canadian
      Conference on Modelling and Control of Ventillation (VIIth Oxford Conference),
      Grandview Inn, Huntsville Ontario, Canada, 1997.

72.   Swanson, G. D. Healthy Communities: A Theoretical Model for Designing
      Intervention Strategies. In, Abstracts Cardiovascular Health: Coming Together
      for the 21st Century, San Francisco, California, 1998.

73.   Skemp, S. and G. Swanson. The Effect of an 8-Week Circuit Weight Training
      Program on the Strength of People aged 55-80. The FASEB Journal, 12:A330,
      1998.

74.   Swanson, G. Determing Optimal Altitude for Maximizing Aerobic Cycle Speed.
      The FASEB Journal, 12:A427, 1998.

75.   Swanson, G. D., D. R. Tirado, M. L. Bracket and P. Z. Pavlovic. Modeling
      Oxygen Uptake Kinetics During Heavy Exercise. Annals of Biomedical
      Engineering, 26:S84, 1998.
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76.   Swanson, G.D. Special Neural System Configurations that Provide Feedforward
      Signal Redundancy. In Abstracts 14th Annual BMSR Workshop on Advanced
      Methods of Physiological System Modeling, Marina del Rey, California, 1998.

77.   Swanson, G.D. The effects of upright lower body negative pressure cycle
      ergometry training on VO2max and endurance. In: Abstracts, Second
      International Convention of the Mars Society, Boulder, Colorado. 1999.

78.   Swanson, G.D. Passive Smoking and Coronary Heart Disease (Letter to the editor). New
      England Journal of Medicine, 341(9):697, 1999.

79.   Tirado, D.R. and G. D. Swanson. The Effect of Pynogenol on Endurance. In: Abstracts,
      Southwest Chapter American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting. San Jose,
      California, 1999.

80.   Ruthven, T. K. and G. D. Swanson. Lipid Peroxidides and the Relation to HDL in Older
      Exercisers. In: Abstracts, Southwest Chapter American College of Sports Medicine
      Annual Meeting. San Jose, California, 1999.

81.   Morcom, G.L., A. Mathews, M. DeCastro and G. D. Swanson. Developing an Exercise
      Program for Seniors Aged 70 and Above in an Assisted Living Facility. In: Abstracts,
      Rocky Mountain Chapter American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting. Frisco,
      Colorado, 2000.

81.   Swanson, G. D. Antioxidants and Exercise Performance at a Simulated Altitude of
      7000 Feet. The FASEB Journal, 14:A526, 2000.

82.   Almo, D. R. and G. D. Swanson. Effect of Grape Seed Extract on Plasma
      Triglyceride Levels Following a High Fat Meal.. The FASEB Journal, 14:A213,
      2000.

83.   Swanson, G.D. Triggering of sudden death from cardiac causes by vigorous
      exertion (Letter to the editor). New England Journal of Medicine, 344(11):854,
      2001.

84.   Swanson, G. D. Antioxidants and Exercise Performance at Simulated Altitude. High
      Altitude Medicine and Biology 2:108, 2001

85.   Swanson, G. D. Measuring the Statistical Probability of Dreams (Letter to the editor).
      Alternative Therapies, 7(2):20, 2001.

86.   Swanson, G.D. A Model for Minimizing the Risk of Sudden Death During Exercise in
      Long-Term Space Flight. In: Abstracts Fourth International Convention The Mars
      Society. Stanford University, 2001.
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87.   Swanson, G.D. A Model for Minimizing the Risk of Sudden Death During Exercise –
      An Extension of Case Cross-over Methods. In: Abstracts Twentieth Annual
      Epidemiological Research Exchange. University of Colorado Medical School, 2001

88.   Swanson, G.D. The Arizona Activity Frequency Questionnaire Using Doubly
      Labeled Water (Letter to the Editor). Medicine & Science in Sports and Exercise .
      34(7):1217, 2002.

89.   Stuart, S. and G. D. Swanson. Reduced Exercise Capacity in Recumbent Exercise:
      A Model of Exercise Capacity on Mars. In: Abstracts Fifth International
      Convention The Mars Society. University of Colorado, Boulder, 2002.

90.   Swanson, G.D. Altitude Strategies for Maximizing Cycle Speed. High Altitude
      Medicine and Biology, 3:438, 2003.

91.   Howe, D. and G.D. Swanson. Methods for Monitoring Horses in a Simulated
      Altitude Stall. High Altitude Medicine and Biology, 3:434, 2003.

92.   Swanson, G.D. Weight Loss While Sleeping in an Altitude Tent. High Altitude
      Medicine and Biology, 5:504, 2005.

93.   Dausse, M., G.D. Swanson and T.D. Fahey. Upper Body and Respiratory Muscle
      Training Effects on Altitude Exercise Endurance. High Altitude Medicine and
      Biology, 5:480, 2005.

								
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