Charles Rice, PhD
School of Kinesiology
Room 411D, HSB
519 661-2111, 81628
- PhD (Western)
- MSc (Saskatchewan)
- BSc (Acadia)
Joint Appointment - Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology
Supervising Graduate Students
- Human neuromuscular physiology and anatomy
- Muscle strength, fatigue and exercise
- Neuromuscular aspects of adult aging
- Neuromuscular Lab
- Lawson Health Research Institute - Imaging Division
- Gross anatomy
- Neuromuscular physiology
- Human adult aging
- Knorr S, Rice CL & Garland SJ. (2012). Perspective on neuromuscular factors in poststroke fatigue.
Disability & Rehabilitation, 34(26), 2291–2299.
- Harwood B & Rice CL. (2012). Changes in motor unit recruitment thresholds of the human anconeus muscle during torque development preceding shortening elbow extensions. Journal of Neurophysiology, 107, 2876-2884.
- Power GA, Dalton BH, Behm DG, Doherty TJ, Vandervoort AA & Rice CL. (2012). Motor unit survival in life-long runners is muscle-dependent. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 44(7), 1235-1242.
- Power GA, Dalton BH, Rice CL & Vandervoort AA. (2012). Power loss is greater following lengthening contractions in old versus young women. AGE, 34(3), 737-750.
- Allen MD, McMillan SJ, Klein CS, Rice CL & Marsh GD. (2012). Influence of weight-bearing and muscle mass on bone geometry in young and old men. Aging and Disease, 3(2), 156-163.
- Brunton LK & Rice CL. (2012). Fatigue in cerebral palsy: A critical review. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 15, 54-62.
- Dalton BH, Power GA, Vandervoort AA & Rice CL. (2012). The age-related slowing of shortening velocity exacerbates power loss during repeated fast knee extensions in humans. Experimental Gerontology, 47, 85-92.