Research Director, Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging
Supervising Graduate Students
Integrative human physiology
Cardiorespiratory, cardivascular and metabolic responses to
Exercise responses and limitations in older adults
The relationships of physical activity and fitness to health
and overall well-being of older adults
Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging Research Director
Physiology of Exercise Training
Exercise and Aging
Physiology of Exercise
Honour Award of Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology - 2012
Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for Older Adults
Murias JM, Spencer MD, DeLorey DS, Gurd BJ, Kowalchuk JM & Paterson DH. (2011). Speeding of VO2 kinetics during moderate-intensity exercise subsequent to heavy-intensity exercise is associated with improved local O2 distribution. Journal of Applied Physiology, Nov, 111, 1410-1415, PMID 21836042.
Belfry GR, Paterson DH, Murias JM & Thomas SG. (2011). The effects of short recovery duration on VO2 and muscle deoxygenation during intermittent exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 112(5), 1907-1915, [Sept. 17 E-pub ahead of print PMID 21927832].
Cleland S, Murias JM & Paterson DH. (2011). Effects of prior heavy-intensity exercise on VO2 and muscle deoxygenation kinetics of a subsequent cycling and knee-extension heavy-intensity exercise. Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism, 37, 138-148.
Spencer MD, Murias JM, Grey TM & Paterson DH. (2011). Regulation of VO2 kinetics by O2 delivery: insights from acute hypoxia and heavy-intensity priming exercise in young men. Journal of Applied Physiology, 112(6), 1023-1032.
Spencer MD, Murias JM & Paterson DH. (2012). Characterizing the profile of muscle deoxygenation during ramp incremental exercise in young men. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 112, 3349-3360, DOI:10.1007/s00421-012-2323-y.
Belfry GR, Raymer GH, Marsh GD, Paterson DH, Thompson TT & Thomas SG. (2012). Muscle metabolic status and acid-base balance during 10 s work:5 s recovery intermittent and continuous exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology, 113, 410-417.