The Department of Health and Human Performance at the University of Montana emphasizes all dimensions of health and human movement to enhance longevity and the quality of life. The department prepares students to study, learn, research, and promote the mental, social, spiritual, and physical aspects of healthy lifestyles. The research and creative scholarship by the faculty from the Department of Health and Human Performance includes studies into community health, health enhancement, applied exercise science, professional exercise science, and athletic training.

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Submissions from 2013

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Skeletal Muscle Metabolic Gene Response to Carbohydrate Feeding During Exercise in the Heat, Charles Dumke, Dustin R. Silvka, John S. Cuddy, Walter S. Hailes, and Brent Ruby

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Blood Oxidative-Stress Markers During a High-Altitude Trek, Lindsey E. Miller, Graham R. McGinnis, Brian Kliszczewicz, Dustin Slivka, Walter Hailes, John Cuddy, Charles Dumke, Brent Ruby, and John C. Quindry

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Environmental Temperature and Exercise-Induced Blood Oxidative Stress, John C. Quindry, Lindsey Miller, Graham McGinnis, Brian Kliszczewiscz, Dustin R. Slivka, Charles Dumke, John S. Cuddy, and Brent Ruby

Submissions from 2012

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Substrate Use and Biochemical Response to a 3,211-km Bicycle Tour in Trained Cyclists, Dustin R. Slivka, Charles Dumke, Walter S. Hailes, John S. Cuddy, and Brent Ruby

Submissions from 2011

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Rescuer Round Up, Valerie Rich Moody

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Muscle-Fiber Type and Blood Oxidative Stress After Eccentric Exercise, John Quindry; Lindsey Miller; Graham McGinnis; Megan Irwin; Charles Dumke; Meir Magal; N, Travis Triplett; Jeffrey McBride; and Zea Urbiztondo

Submissions from 2010

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Metabolic Profile of the Ironman World Championships: A Case Study, John S. Cuddy, Dustin R. Slivka, Walter S. Hailes, Charles Dumke, and Brent Ruby

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Relationship Between Muscle Strength, Power and Stiffness and Running Economy in Trained Male Runners, Charles Dumke, Christopher M. Pfaffenroth, Jeffrey M. McBride, and Grant O. McCauley

Submissions from 2009

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Successive Bouts of Cycling Stimulates Genes Associated with Mitochondrial Biogenesis, Charles Dumke, J. Mark Davis, E. Angela Murphy, David C. Nieman, Martin D. Carmichael, John C. Quindry, N. Travis Triplett, Alan C. Utter, Sarah J. Gross Gowin, Dru Henson, Steven R. McAnulty, and Lisa S. McAnulty

Submissions from 2008

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Original Research Oral Quercetin Supplementation and Blood Oxidative Capacity in Response to Ultramarathon Competition, John C. Quindry, Steven R. McAnulty, Matthew B. Hudson, Peter Hosick, Charles Dumke, Lisa S. McAnulty, Dru Henson, Jason D. Morrow, and David Nieman

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Original Research Hormonal Response to Carbohydrate Supplementation at Rest and After Resistance Exercise, Sean R. Schumm, N. Travis Triplett, Jeffrey M. McBride, and Charles Dumke

Submissions from 2007

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Quercetin Ingestion Does Not Alter Cytokine Changes in Athletes Competing in the Western States Endurance Run, David Nieman, Dru Henson, J. Mark Davis, Charles Dumke, Sarah J. Gross Gowin, D. Paul Jenkins, E. Angela Murphy, Martin D. Carmichael, John C. Quindry, Steven R. McAnulty, Lisa S. McAnulty, Alan C. Utter, and Eugene P. Mayer

Submissions from 2006

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Muscle Glycogenolysis and Resynthesis in Response to a Half Ironman Triathlon: A Case Study, Trevor L. Gullum, Charles Dumke, and Brent Ruby

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Blood Leukocyte mRNA Expression for IL-10, IL-1Ra, and IL-8, but Not IL-6, Increases After Exercise, David Nieman, Dru Henson, J. Mark Davis, Charles Dumke, Alan C. Utter, E. Angela Murphy, Steven Pearce, Greg Gojanovich, Steven R. McAnulty, and Lisa S. McAnulty

Submissions from 2003

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Estradiol Effects on the Growth Hormone/Insulin-Like Growth Factor-1 Axis in Amenorrheic Athletes, Debra L. Waters, Richard I. Dorin, Clifford R. Qualls, Brent Ruby, Richard N. Baumgartner, and Robert A. Robergs

Submissions from 1997

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Interaction Between BTBR and C57BL/6J Genomes Produces an Insulin Resistance Syndrome in (BTBR × C57BL/6J) F1 Mice, Trine Ranheim, Charles Dumke, Kathryn L. Schueler, Gregory D. Cartee, and Alan D. Attie

Submissions from 1994

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Rod Outer Segment Structure Influences the Apparent Kinetic Parameters of Cyclic GMP Phosphodiesterase, Charles Dumke, Vadim Y. Arshavsky, Peter D. Calvert, M. Deric Bownds, and Endward N. Pugh Jr.