Jamie Melling, PhD
School of Health Studies; School of Kinesiology
Room 221, HSB
519 661-2111 x85374
- BSc, MSc, PhD (Western University)
Supervising Graduate Students
- Roles and mechanisms of intracellular molecular signaling pathways in the development of cardiovascular disease/complications associated with Type I diabetes
- Neurological influence of adrenergic signaling in the expression of stress-related cardioprotective proteins in the heart and vasculature
- Cellular mechanisms involved in exercise-related reductions in glycemia in Type 1 diabetes
- The American Diabetes Association
- The American Physiology Society
- Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology
- Systemic approaches to functional anatomy
- Diabetes, metabolism and exercise
- Hall, K.E., McDonald, M.W., Grisé, K.N., Campos, O.A., Noble, E.G. & Melling, C.W.J. (2013). A comparison of resistance and aerobic exercise on glucose tolerance and skeletal muscle insulin receptor signaling content in Type 1 diabetic rodents. Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental, 2.
- Pearson, E.S., Irwin, J.D., Morrow, D., Battram, D. & Melling, C.W.J. (2012). The CHANGE Program: Comparing an interactive versus prescriptive approach to self-management among university students with obesity. Canadian Journal of Diabetes, 37(1), 4-11c.
- *Murias, J.M., Dey, A., Campos, O.A., Estaki, M., Hall, K.E., Melling, C.W.J. & Noble, E.G. (2013). High-intensity endurance training results in faster vessel-specific rate of vasorelaxation in type 1 diabetic rats. PLoS One, 8(3).
- Melling, C.W.J., Grise, K., Hasilo, C.P., Frier, B., Milne, K.J., Karmazyn, M. & Noble, E.G. (2013). A model of poorly controlled type 1 diabetes mellitus and its treatment with aerobic exercise training. Diabetes Metabolism, 39(3), 226-35.
- *Murias, J.M., Grise, K., Jiang, M., Kowalchuk, H., Melling, C.W. & Noble, E. (2013). Acute endurance exercise induces changes in vasorelaxation responses that are vessel-specific. American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 304(7), R574-80.
- *Murias, J.M., Campos, O.A., Hall, K.E., McDonald, M.W., Melling, C.W.J. & Noble, E.G. (2013). Vessel-specific rate of vasorelaxation is slower in diabetic rats. Diabetes and Vascular Disease Research, 10(2), 179-86.
- Pepper, A.R., Hasilo, C.P., Melling, C.W., Mazzuca, D.M., Vilk, G., Zou, G. & White, D.J. (2012). Islet size to oxygen composition ratio reliably predicts reversal of diabetes post-transplant. Cell Transplantation, 21(12), 2797-2804.