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Matthew C Babcock

TitlePost-Doctoral Fellow
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus

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    University of Delaware, Newark, DEPhD05/2019Applied Physiology
    Syracuse University, Syracuse, NYMS05/2015Exercise Science
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    2019Exercise Science Outstanding Doctoral Student Award, University of Delaware
    2019Caroline tum Suden/Frances Hellerandt Award, American Physiological Society

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    17-00521     (Babcock)Jul 1, 2018 - Jun 30, 2019
    American College of Sports Medicine
    The effects of dietary salt on blood pressure responses to acute aerobic exercise
    Role Description: The goal of this study is to examine the influence of high dietary salt intake on blood pressure responses during and following acute submaximal cycling exercise
    Role: Principle Investigator

    T32AG000279     (Schwartz)Jul 1, 2019 - Jun 30, 2020
    Cardiovascular and cognitive consequences of hypogonadism in men
    Role Description: The goal of this study is to examine the influence of low testosterone on cardiovascular aging, brain blood flow, and cognition in men
    Role: Trainee

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    1. Migdal KU, Robinson AT, Watso JC, Babcock MC, Lennon SL, Martens CR, Serrador JM, Farquhar WB. A high salt meal does not impair cerebrovascular reactivity in healthy young adults. Physiol Rep. 2020 10; 8(19):e14585. PMID: 33038066.
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    2. Watso JC, Robinson AT, Babcock MC, Migdal KU, Witman MAH, Wenner MM, Stocker SD, Farquhar WB. Short-term water deprivation attenuates the exercise pressor reflex in older female adults. Physiol Rep. 2020 09; 8(18):e14581. PMID: 32965797.
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    3. Babcock MC, Robinson AT, Migdal KU, Watso JC, Martens CR, Edwards DG, Pescatello LS, Farquhar WB. High Salt Intake Augments Blood Pressure Responses During Submaximal Aerobic Exercise. J Am Heart Assoc. 2020 May 18; 9(10):e015633. PMID: 32406312.
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    4. Migdal KU, Babcock MC, Robinson AT, Watso JC, Wenner MM, Stocker SD, Farquhar WB. The Impact of High Dietary Sodium Consumption on Blood Pressure Variability in Healthy, Young Adults. Am J Hypertens. 2020 04 29; 33(5):422-429. PMID: 32006422.
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    5. Moreau KL, Babcock MC, Hildreth KL. Sex differences in vascular aging in response to testosterone. Biol Sex Differ. 2020 04 15; 11(1):18. PMID: 32295637.
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    6. Lefferts WK, Augustine JA, Spartano NL, Hughes WE, Babcock MC, Heenan BK, Heffernan KS. Effects of Whey Protein Supplementation on Aortic Stiffness, Cerebral Blood Flow, and Cognitive Function in Community-Dwelling Older Adults: Findings from the ANCHORS A-WHEY Clinical Trial. Nutrients. 2020 Apr 10; 12(4). PMID: 32290271.
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    7. Babcock MC, Robinson AT, Watso JC, Migdal KU, Martens CR, Edwards DG, Pescatello LS, Farquhar WB. Salt Loading Blunts Central and Peripheral Postexercise Hypotension. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2020 04; 52(4):935-943. PMID: 31609296.
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    8. Watso JC, Robinson AT, Babcock MC, Migdal KU, Wenner MM, Stocker SD, Farquhar WB. Short-term water deprivation does not increase blood pressure variability or impair neurovascular function in healthy young adults. . 2020 01 01; 318(1):R112-R121. PMID: 31617739.
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    9. Migdal KU, Robinson AT, Watso JC, Babcock MC, Serrador JM, Farquhar WB. A high-salt meal does not augment blood pressure responses during maximal exercise. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2020 Feb; 45(2):123-128. PMID: 31238011.
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    10. Watso JC, Babcock MC, Robinson AT, Migdal KU, Wenner MM, Stocker SD, Farquhar WB. Water deprivation does not augment sympathetic or pressor responses to sciatic afferent nerve stimulation in rats or to static exercise in humans. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2019 07 01; 127(1):235-245. PMID: 31070954.
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    11. Robinson AT, Watso JC, Babcock MC, Joyner MJ, Farquhar WB. Record-Breaking Performance in a 70-Year-Old Marathoner. N Engl J Med. 2019 04 11; 380(15):1485-1486. PMID: 30970198.
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    12. Babcock MC, Robinson AT, Migdal KU, Watso JC, Wenner MM, Stocker SD, Farquhar WB. Reducing Dietary Sodium to 1000 mg per Day Reduces Neurovascular Transduction Without Stimulating Sympathetic Outflow. Hypertension. 2019 03; 73(3):587-593. PMID: 30661474.
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    13. Robinson AT, Babcock MC, Watso JC, Brian MS, Migdal KU, Wenner MM, Farquhar WB. Relation between resting sympathetic outflow and vasoconstrictor responses to sympathetic nerve bursts: sex differences in healthy young adults. . 2019 05 01; 316(5):R463-R471. PMID: 30794437.
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    14. Babcock MC, Brian MS, Watso JC, Edwards DG, Stocker SD, Wenner MM, Farquhar WB. Alterations in dietary sodium intake affect cardiovagal baroreflex sensitivity. . 2018 10 01; 315(4):R688-R695. PMID: 29949407.
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    15. Babcock MC, Watso JC. Absent metaboreflex-induced increases in sympathetic outflow to contracting muscle. J Physiol. 2018 06; 596(12):2281-2282. PMID: 29704243.
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    16. Brian MS, Matthews EL, Watso JC, Babcock MC, Wenner MM, Rose WC, Stocker SD, Farquhar WB. The influence of acute elevations in plasma osmolality and serum sodium on sympathetic outflow and blood pressure responses to exercise. J Neurophysiol. 2018 04 01; 119(4):1257-1265. PMID: 29357474.
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    17. Watso JC, Babcock MC, Migdal KU, Robinson AT. The baroreflex effectiveness index as an early marker of autonomic dysfunction in heart failure. J Physiol. 2017 08 01; 595(15):5013-5014. PMID: 28605038.
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    18. Lefferts WK, Babcock MC, Tiss MJ, Ives SJ, White CN, Brutsaert TD, Heffernan KS. Effect of hypoxia on cerebrovascular and cognitive function during moderate intensity exercise. Physiol Behav. 2016 10 15; 165:108-18. PMID: 27402021.
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    19. Babcock MC, Lefferts WK, Heffernan KS. Relation between exercise central haemodynamic response and resting cardiac structure and function in young healthy men. Clin Physiol Funct Imaging. 2017 Jul; 37(4):372-378. PMID: 26519349.
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    20. Babcock MC, Lefferts WK, Hughes WE, Fitzgerald KL, Leyer BK, Redmond JG, Heffernan KS. Acute effect of high-intensity cycling exercise on carotid artery hemodynamic pulsatility. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2015 May; 115(5):1037-45. PMID: 25543325.
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