Earl Noble, PhD
Professor and Director
School of Kinesiology
Room 2230, 3M Centre
519 661-2111 x88365
- PhD (Washington State)
- BSc, MSc (Waterloo)
Supervising Graduate Students
- Heat shock proteins as transducers of exercise induced
protection in skeletal muscle, the myocardium and the brain
- The impact of exercise on vascular responsiveness to
- The effect of ginseng and exercise on inflammation
- The mechanisms underlying the protective effects of exercise
on the nerve
- Ontario Ginseng Innovation and Research Consortium
- CIHR Team in Exercise, Mobility and Neural Health
- Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology: President, 2011-13
- Silver JT & Noble EG. (2012). Regulation of survival gene hsp70. Cell Stress & Chaperones, 17, 1-9, DOI:10.1007/s12192-011-0290-6.
- Silver JT, Kowalchuk H & Noble EG. (2012). hsp70 mRNA temporal localization in rat skeletal myofibers and blood vessels post-exercise. Cell Stress & Chaperones, 17, 109-120, DOI:10.1007/s12192-011-0291-5.
- Milne KJ, Thorp DB, Krause M & Noble EG. (2011). Core temperature is a greater influence than endogenous 17β-estradiol on the exercise-induced accumulation of myocardial heat shock protein mRNA. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 89, 855-860.
- Milne KJ & Noble EG. (2012). Heat shock proteins. In FC Mooren, (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Exercise Medicine in Health and Disease, Berlin: Springer, 394-396.