Les Prix étudiantes et étudiants des cycles supérieurs – présentation orale

Depuis bon nombre d’années, la SCPE honore des étudiantes et étudiants des cycles supérieurs en leur décernant, à l’occasion du congrès annuel, un prix d’excellence pour leur contribution à la recherche. Jusqu’à quatre finalistes sont invités à présenter le fruit de leur recherche au symposium pour les étudiantes et étudiants des cycles supérieurs, qui a lieu au cours de la première soirée du congrès.

Jusqu’à 1999, un jury sélectionnait un gagnant ou une gagnante parmi les dossiers de candidatures, et le nom de cette personne était divulgué lors du congrès annuel de la SCPE. Depuis 2000, quatre finalistes sont invités à effectuer une présentation à l’occasion du symposium pour les étudiantes et étudiants des cycles supérieurs du congrès annuel de la SCPE, et la personne gagnante est sélectionnée par un jury constitué par le vice-président à la recherche.

Pour connaître le cadre de référence du Prix d’excellence pour les étudiantes et étudiants des cycles supérieurs (présentation orale), veuillez cliquer ici.

Finalistes 2014

  • Paulo Dominelli, Université de la Colombie Britannique (Gagnante)

Impact of respiratory muscle work and pulmonary gas exchange on the development of exercise-induced quadriceps fatigue in healthy men and women

  • Jason Au, Université McMaster (Gagnante)

Timing of left ventricular twist and cartid artery longitudinal wall motion as evidence for a structural ventricular-vascular coupling effect.

Michael Williams-Bell, Institut universitaire de technologie de l’Ontario
Is cognitive function impaired while working in 35°c and wearing personal protective clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus in fire fighters?

Patrick Carson Turnbull, Université Brock
Fibre type specific increase in the lipolytic inhibitor G0S2 following 8 weeks of endurance training in rat skeletal muscle.

Caoileann Murphy, Université McMaster
Energy restriction-induced reductions in myofibrillar protein synthesis are rescued by resistance training and balanced daily protein ingestion in older men.

Finalistes 2014

  • Rebecca MacPherson, Université Brock (Gagnante)

Skeletal muscle PLIN phosphorylation may not be required for lipolysis with either adrenergic or contractile stimulation

Tyler Churchward-Venne, Université McMaster
Leucine supplementation of a low protein mixed macronutrient beverage enhances myofibrillar protein synthesis in young men: a double blind randomized trial

Juliana Barrera-Ramirez, Université d’Ottawa
The influence of sex on the osmoreceptor modulation of heat loss responses 

Luisa Giles, Université de la Colombie Britannique
Air pollution affects the respiratory and metabolic responses to low, but not high, intensity exercise

Finalistes 2012

  • Michael De Lisio, Université McMaster (Gagnante)

Characterization of the effects of exercise training on hematopoietic stem cell quantity and function
M. De Lisio and G. Parise Department of Kinesiology; Department of Medical Physics & Applied Radiation Sciences, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Katharine Currie, Université McMaster
Brachial-artery endothelial-independent function is transiently impaired in patients with coronary artery disease following a sub-maximal exercise bout
K. D. Currie, R.S. McKelvie, and M. J. MacDonald Department of Kinesiology, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, L8S 4K1; Department of Medicine, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, L8S 4K1; Hamilton Health Sciences, Hamilton, ON, L8L 2X2

Paolo Dominelli, Université de la Colombie Britannique
Exercise-induced arterial hypoxemia in healthy young women, the effect of altering breathing mechanics with heliox inspiration
P. B. Dominelli, G.E. Foster, G.S. Dominelli, W.R. Henderson, M.S. Koehle, D.C. McKenzie and A. W. Sheel, School of Kinesiology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, V6T 1Z3; Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, V6T 1Z3 

Nicholas Jendzjowsky, Université de l’Alberta
Does neuronal nitric oxide synthase inhibit sympathetic vasoconstriction in resting and contracting skeletal muscle?
N. G. Jendzjowsky and D. S. DeLorey Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, T6G 2H9

Finalistes 2011

  • Ayesha Saleem, Université York (Gagnante)

Acute exercise-induced translocation of the tumor suppressor protein p53 into the mitochondria.
A. Saleem, D. A. Hood. School of Kinesiology and Health Science and Muscle Health Research Centre, York University, Toronto, ON, M3J 1P3

Matthew D. Spencer, Université de Western Ontario
Regulation of VO2 kinetics by O2 delivery: insights from acute hypoxia and heavy-intensity priming exercise in young men.
M.D. Spencer, T.M. Grey, J.M. Murias, J.M. Kowalchuk, D.H. Paterson. Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging, School of Kinesiology, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, N6A 5B9

Konrad Binder, Université d’Ottawa
Hyperthermia modifies metaboreceptor and baroreceptor modulation of heat loss responses.
K. Binder, A. Lynn, D. Gagnon, G.P. Kenny. Human and Environmental Physiology Research Unit, School of Human Kinetics, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1N 6N5

Ian C. Smith, Université de Waterloo
The intracellular calcium transient is not altered during posttetanic potentiation of mouse lumbrical muscle.
I.C. Smith, W. Gittings, A.R. Tupling, R. Vandenboom. Department of Kinesiology, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, N2L 3G1, Canada; Centre for Muscle Metabolism and Biophysics, Brock University, St. Catharine’s, ON, L2S 3A1, Canada

Finalistes 2010

  • Michael Nelson, Université de l’Alberta (Gagnante)

Biventricular function during passive heat stress: Influence of aerobic fitness.
M.D. Nelson, M.J. Haykowsky, S.R. Petersen, D.S. DeLorey, M.K. Stickland, J. Cheng-Baron, and R.B. Thompson Faculties of Physical Education and Recreation, Rehabilitation Medicine, and Medicine and Dentistry, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2R3

Farah Jazuli, Université York
The slope of the handgrip exercise induced shear stress stimulus- %FMD response relationship differs between the radial and brachial arteries.
F. Jazuli and K.E. Pyke School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ont., K7L 3N6

Andrew Levy, Université de Waterloo
Effects of modulation of glutathione on coronary vascular resistance and vasomotor function.
A.S. Levy, S.G. Denniss, A.J. Jeffery, E.B. Reid, C.S. Smith, and J.W.E. Rush Faculty of Applied Health Science, Department of Kinesiology, University of Waterloo 200 University Ave. West Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1

Sam Liu, Université de Toronto
Acute Post-Exercise Hypotension and Blood Pressure Reduction with Chronic Training are Strongly Associated in Pre-hypertensives.
S. Liu, J, Goodman, R. Nolan and S. Thomas Department of Exercise Sciences, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ont., M5S 2W6; Toronto General Hospital, 585 University Avenue, Toronto, Ont., M5G 2N2

Finalistes 2009

  • Jonathan Little, Université McMaster (Gagnante)

An acute bout of low-volume high-intensity interval exercise increases nuclear PGC-1α and activates mitochondrial biogenesis in human skeletal muscle.
J.P. Little, A. Safdar, M.A. Tarnopolsky and M.J. Gibala

Danielle Salmon, Université de Regina
Exercise training to mitigate neck muscle dysfunction in Canadian Forces CH-146 helicopter aircrew.
D.M. Salmon, J.P. Neary, D. Sharpe, D.G. Candow and M.F. Harrison

Jessica Scott, Université de la Colombie-Britannique
Biventricular dysfunction following brief high intensity exercise in endurance trained individuals.
J.M. Scott, B.T. Esch, M.J. Haykowsky, I. Paterson, D.E.R. Warburton, K. Chow, J. Cheng Baron, G.D. Lopaschuk and R.B. Thompson

Guilia Uguccioni, Université York
Compensatory responses to reduced levels of PGC-1α in skeletal muscle cells: effects of chronic contractile activity.
G. Uguccioni and D.A. Hood

Finalistes 2008

  • Karen Martins, Université de l’Alberta (Gagnante)

Skeletal muscle activity-induced satellite cell (SC) activation and involvement in fast-to-slow fibre type transitions (F-S) in rat.
K.J.B. Martins and C.T. Putman

Andrew Betik, Université de Calgary
Mitochondrial biogenesis is blunted in aged muscle following exercise training but not during muscle regeneration.
Andrew Betik, Melissa Thomas, Kathryn Wright and Russell Hepple

Allison Brown, Université de Calgary
Effects of physical fitness on cerebrovascular and cognitive outcomes in postmenopausal women.
Allison Brown, Carly McMorris, R. Stewart Longman, Richard Leigh, Christine Friedenreich and Marc Poulin

Elisa Glover, Université McMaster
Immobilization induces anabolic resistance in human myofibrillar protein synthesis with low and high dose amino acid infusion.
E.I. Glover, B.R. Oates, J.E. Tang, M.A. Tarnopolsky, A. Selby, K. Smith, M.J. Rennie and S.M. Phillips

Finalistes 2007

  • Graham Holloway, Université de Guelph (Gagnante)

Skeletal muscle mitochondrial fatty acid metabolism in obesity.
Graham P. Holloway1, George J.F. Heigenhauser2, Arend Bonen1, and Lawrence L. Spriet1. 1: University of Guelph, 2: McMaster University

Azmy Faisal, Université de Waterloo
Prior Moderate and Heavy Cycling Exercise Accelerates Oxygen Uptake and Cardiac Output Kinetics in Endurance Athletes.
Azmy Faisal, Keith Beavers, Andrew Robertson and Richard Hughson.

Maria Gallo, Université de l’Alberta
Creatine loading (CL) attenuates activity-induced fast-to-slow myosin heavy chain (MHC) based fibre type transitions (F-S) in skeletal muscle.
Maria Gallo, T Gordon, N Tyreman, D Syrotuik and CT Putman.

Dennis Jensen, Université Queen’s

Mechanisms of Dyspnea Relief and Improved Exercise Tolerance after Furosemide Inhalation in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
Dennis Jensen, Kayvan Amjadi, Veronica Harris-McAllister, Katherine A. Webb and Denis E. O´Donnell (Bob Ross)

Finalistes 2006

  • Jordan Guenette, Université de la Colombie-Britannique (Gagnante)

Expiratory Flow Limitation and the Regulation of Lung Volumes in Aerobically Trained Men and Women.
Jordan A. Guenette, Jonathan D. Witt, Donald C. McKenzie, Jeremy D. Road, Andrew W. Sheel (Bill Sheel)

Duane Button, Université du Manitoba
Do Spinal Cord Isolation and Spinal Cord Transection Differentially Influence Rat Hindlimb Alpha-Motoneurone Properties?
Duane C. Button, Jayne Kalmar, Kalan Gardiner, Farrell Cahill, Hui Zhong, Roland R Roy, Reggie Edgerton, Phillip F Gardiner (Phillip Gardiner)

Derek Kimmerly, Université de Western Ontario
Post-Exercise Recovery and Cortical Modulation of Cardiovascular Function During Baroreceptor Unloading in Conscious Humans.
Derek S. Kimmerly, J. Kevin Shoemaker, Savio Wong (Kevin Shoemaker)

Heather Wright, RDDC Toronto/Université York
Neuroendocrine Response during Uncompensable Heat Stress in Trained versus Untrained Males.
Heather E. Wright, Tom M. McLellan, Glen A. Selkirk (Tom McLellan)

Finalistes 2005

  • Peter J. Adhihetty, Université York (Gagnante)

The Effect Of Chronic Muscle Use And Disuse On Mitochondrial Apoptotic Susceptibility.
Peter J. Adhihetty, Vladimir Ljubicic, Michael F.N. OLeary, and David A. Hood

Crystal D. Aultman, Université de Waterloo
Exercise Resists Endothelial Dysfunction During Angiotensin II Infusion.
Crystal D. Aultman and James W.E. Rush

Nicolette S. Bradley, Université Brock
Nicolette S. Bradley1, George J.F. Heighenhauser 2, Brian D. Roy1, Elizabeth M. Staples1, J. Grieg Inglis1 and Sandra J. Peters1. 1: Brock University, 2: McMaster University

Jennifer L. Kuk, Université Queen’s
Visceral Fat is an Independent Predictor of All-Cause Mortality in Men.
Jennifer L. Kuk1, Peter T. Katzmarzyk1, Milton Z. Nichaman2, Timothy S. Church2, Steven N. Blair2, and Robert Ross1. 1: Queens University, 2: The Cooper Institute, Dallas, TX

Finalistes 2004

  • Neil D. Eves, Université de l’Alberta (Gagnante)

Helium and Hyperoxia Improve Exercise Tolerance and Ventilatory Mechanics in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Neil D. Eves, Stewart R. Petersen, Mark J. Haykowsky, Eric Wong and Richard L. Jones

Todd A. Duhamel, Université de Waterloo
Modifications of SR Ca2+-Transport Properties in Human Skeletal Muscle by Diet and Prior Exercise.
Todd A. Duhamel, J.G. Perco, J. Ouyang and H.J. Green

William J. McGarvey, Université de l’Alberta
5-Amp-Activated Protein Kinase and Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Activity During Continuous and Interval Exercise and Recovery.
William J. McGarvey, Charles T. Putnman, Robert McDermid, Richard L. Jones and Stewart R. Petersen

Tracey J. Weissgerber, Université Queen’s
Application of Jennings Hypothesis to Explain Serial Changes in the Chemical Control of Ventilation in Human Pregnancy.
Tracey L. Weissgerber, Larry A. Wolfe and Gregory A.L. Davies

Finalistes 2003

  • Drew Graham, Université de Waterloo (Gagnante)

Chronic Exercise Training Fully Restores Endothelium-Dependent, Nitric Oxide-Mediated Vasomotor Function in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats.
Drew A. Graham and James W.E. Rush

Carley Benton, Université de Waterloo
Rosiglitazone and Chronic Stimulation Differentially Increase the Expression of the Fatty Acid Transporters FAT/CD36 and FABPpm in Skeletal Muscle.
C.R. Benton (University of Waterloo) and A. Bonen (University of Guelph)

Jennifer Kuk, Université Queen’s
Differences in Metabolically Normal and Metabolically Abnormal Obese Men and Women are Not Explained by Differences in Obesity Phenotype or Cardiorespiratory Fitness.
Jennifer L. Kuk, Peter Katzmarzyk, Robert Hudson and Robert Ross (Robert Ross)

Kyra Pyke, Université Queen’s
A New Non-Invasive Technique to Investigate Endothelial Function in Humans.
K.E. Pyke, E.M. Dwyer and M.E. Tschakovsky

Finalistes 2002

  • David C. Clarke, Université de Waterloo (Gagnante)

Overexpression of Plasma Membrane Associated Fatty Acid Binding Protein Mediated by In Vivo Electroportation Increases Fatty Acid Transport.
D. C. Clarke, X.X. Han, D. Miskovic and A. Bonen

Darren S. DeLorey, Université de Western Ontario
The Effect of Prior Exercise on the Adaptation of Pulmonary Oxygen Uptake and Muscle Deoxygenation.
D.S. DeLorey, J.M. Kowalchuk, and D.H. Paterson

Julien Périard, Université d’Ottawa
The Effect of Exercise Intensity on Post-Exercise Skin Blood Flow Control.
J. Periard, F. Reardon and G.P. Kenny

Michael K. Stickland, Université de l’Alberta
The Effects of Prolonged Cycling Exercise on Cardiopulmonary Function.
M.K. Stickland, W.D. Anderson, M.J. Haykowsky, R.C. Welsh, S.R. Petersen and R.L. Jones

Finalistes 2001

  • Jane Shearer, Université de Guelph (Gagnante)

Glychogenin Protein Activity and Expression During Pro- and Macroglycogen Resynthesis.
J. Shearer, T.E. Graham, D. Battram, E.A. Richter, D. Robinson and M. Bakovic

Carley Benton, Université de Waterloo
The Effects of Muscle Contraction and PPAR Activation on the Expression of Fatty Acid Transporters in Rat Skeletal Muscle.
C. Benton and A. Bonen

Derek S. Kimmerly, Université de Western Ontario
Hypovolemia and Neurovascular Control During Orthostatic Stress
D.S. Kimmerly and J.K. Shoemaker

Brad J. Matushewski, Université de Guelph
Beat-by-Beat Investigation of Three Pulse Contour Analysis Methods Against Pulsed Wave Doppler During Exercise.
B.J. Matushewski, D.D. OLeary and R.L. Hughson

John J. Andreucci, Université York
Regulation of Muscle Transcription Factors by TGF-Beta Signalling.
J.J. Andreucci, Z.A. Quinn, J.L. Wrana and J. C. McDermott

Finalistes 2000

  • Gerald Zavorsky, Université de la Colombie-Britannique (Gagnante)

Acute Hypervolemia Lengthens Pulmonary Transit Time During Near-Maximal Exercise in Endurance Athletes.
K.R. Walley, G.P. Sexsmith, G.S. Hunte, D.C. McKenzie and J.A. Russell

Nicole Stupka, Université McMaster
Rapid Adaptations to Repeated Eccentric Exercise in Males and Females.
M.A. Tarnopolsky, N. Yardley and S. Phillips

Darren Warburton, Université de l’Alberta
New Thinking for Rehabilitation of Congestive Heart Failure Patients.
A. Quinney, M. Haykowsky, D. Blackmore, K. Teo, D. Taylor, D. Humen

Dwayne Jackson, Université d’Ottawa
Baroreceptor Influence on the Post-Exercise Threshold for Vasodilation.
C.G. Scott, P.E.M. Sutton and G.P. Kenny

Gagnante 1999

  • Michael Tschakovsky, Mayo Clinic

Forearm Blood Flow Adaptation to Exercise During -60 mmHg Lower Body Negative Pressure is Only Briefly Impaired
M.E. Tschakovsky and R.L. Hughson

Gagnante 1998

  • Maureen MacDonald, Université de Waterloo

Interactions Between Leg Blood Flow and Pulmonary and Leg Oxygen Uptake at the Onset of Kicking Exercise.
Maureen J. MacDonald1, Mark A. Tarnopolsky2, and Richard L. Hughson1. 1: University of Waterloo, 2: McMaster University

Gagnante 1997

  • Shannon Dunn, Université Laurentienne

Differential Sensitivities of Myosin Heavy Chain-Typed Muscle Fibers to Aggregate Amounts and Frequencies of Nerve-Mediated Electrical Activation.

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