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 diabetes
- 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
- Noble EG, Melling CWJ, Shoemaker K, Tikkanen H, Peltonen J, Stuckey M & Petrella RJ. (2013). Innovation to Reduce Cardiovascular Complications of Diabetes at the Intersection of Discovery, Prevention and Knowledge Exchange. Can J Diabetes, 37, 282-293.
- Jiang M, Murias JM, Chrones T, Sims SM, Lui E & Noble EG. (2014). American ginseng acutely regulates contractile function of rat heart. Frontiers in Cardiovascular and Smooth Muscle Pharmacology, 5: Article 43 1-9, doi: 10.3389/fphar.2014.00043
- Olver TD, McDonald MW, Grisé KN, Dey AD, Allen MD, Medeiros PJ, Lacefield JC, Jackson DN, Rice CL Melling CWJ, Noble EG & Shoemaker JK. (2014). Exercise training enhances insulin-stimulated nerve vasodilation in rats with insulin-treated experimental diabetes. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. Jun 15, 306(12), R941-50.
- McDonald MW, Murray MR, Hall KE, Noble EG & Melling CW. (2014). Morphological assessment of pancreatic islet hormone content following aerobic exercise training in rats with poorly controlled Type 1 Diabetes mellitus. Islets. 15, 6. doi: 10.4161/isl.29221
- Olver TD, Grisé KN, McDonald MW, Dey A, Allen MD, Rice CL, Lacefield JC, Melling CWJ, Noble EG & Shoemaker JK. (2014). The Relationship between Blood Pressure and Sciatic Nerve Blood Flow in Rats with 2 Insulin-Treated Experimental Diabetes. Diab Vasc Dis Res. May 22, 11(4), 281-289.
- Noble EG. (2014). Is blood-flow-restricted low-load resistance exercise really stress free? Acta Physiologica Scandinavica. 211, 541–543.