Acute and chronic effects of resistance training on skeletal muscle markers of mitochondrial remodeling in older adults

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Mesquita, Paulo HC, Donald A Lamb, Hailey A Parry, Johnathon H Moore, Morgan A Smith, Christopher G Vann, Shelby C Osburn, Carlton D Fox, et al. (2020). Acute and chronic effects of resistance training on skeletal muscle markers of mitochondrial remodeling in older adults. Physiological Reports, 8(15). 10.14814/phy2.14526 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/29762.

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Christopher Vann

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Dr. Vann is an exercise physiologist with a research focus centered in skeletal muscle physiology. His research focuses on elucidating mechanisms of tissue-to-tissue crosstalk and understanding how exercise-induced changes in epigenetic, genetic, and protein-level factors relate to health and performance outcomes across the age span. As rates of obesity, cardiometabolic disease, and sarcopenia increase in the U.S., Dr. Vann's research is centered on understanding the role of exercise in improved health outcomes at the molecular level and applying this knowledge to develop precise evidence based exercise interventions.


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