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
- Rice, C.L., Dalton, B.H., McNeil, C.J. & Power, G.A. (2013). Task influences mechanical efficiency in old age. Invited commentary on: Skeletal muscle mechanical efficiency does/does not increase with age. Journal of Applied Physiology, 114(8), 1114-1118.
- Allen, M.D., Choi, I., Kimpinski, K., Doherty, T.J., & Rice, C.L. (2013). Motor unit loss as a result of diabetes mellitus in humans. Muscle & Nerve 48(2), 298-300.
- Dalton B.H., Power G.A., Allen M.D., Vandervoort A.A., & Rice C.L. (2013). The genu effect on plantar flexor power. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 113(6), 1431-9.
- Cheng, A.J. & Rice, C.L. (2013). Factors contributing to the fatigue-related reduction in dorsiflexion joint range of motion following repetitive shortening contractions. Applied Physiology Nutrition & Metabolism, 38(5), 490-7.
- Harwood, B., Choi, I., & Rice, C.L. (2012). Reductions in motor unit discharge rates of maximal velocity dynamic contractions in response to submaximal fatigue. Journal of Applied Physiology, 113(12), 1821-30.
- Power, G.A., Rice, C.L. & Vandervoort, A.A. (2012). Increased residual force enhancement in older adults is associated with a maintenance of eccentric strength. PLoS ONE 7(10), e48044.
- Power, G.A., Rice, C.L. & Vandervoort, A.A. (2012). Residual force enhancement following eccentric induced muscle damage. Journal of Biomechanics 45(10), 1835-1841.
- Harwood, B. & Rice, C.L. (2012). Changes in motor unit recruitment thresholds of the human anconeus muscle during torque development preceding shortening elbow extensions. J. Neurophysiol. 107: 2876-2884.
- Gray, V., Rice, C.L. & Garland, S.J. (2012). Factors that influence muscle weakness following stroke and their clinical implications: A critical review. Physiotherapy Canada, 64(4), 415–426.