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Historical perspective: Human Thermal Physiology in Canada

October 13, 2017

Canada is considered a cold nation that lends itself naturally to studies on human exposure to cold. However, certain environmental, recreational, and occupational conditions can impose significant heat stress.


Canadian Contributions to Exercise Physiology: A focus on cardiovascular function

October 13, 2017

The cardiovascular system is comprised of the heart, arteries, veins, capillaries and blood. Alterations to the cardiovascular system, via structural and functional adaptations, play essential roles especially when the system is faced with physiological stresses such as physical activity and exercise training.


CSEP 2017 Conference Symposia Chair Feature with Dr. Brendon Gurd

October 5, 2017

In this feature Dr. Brendon Gurd gives a preview of the symposium he is chairing: Symposium #18: Individual variability in response to exercise: genetics, measurement variability, and implications for future


CSEP 2017 Conference Symposia Chair Feature with Dr. Duane Button

October 5, 2017

In this feature Dr. Duanne Button gives a preview of Symposium #08: Neural adaptations to acute activity and healthy aging


CSEP 2017 Conference Symposia Chair Feature with Dr. Gordon Giesbrecht

October 5, 2017

In this feature Dr. Gordon Giesbrecht gives you a preview of Symposium #07: Exercise and Environmental Stresses


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