Staff Profile of Jonathan Moore

Name
Jonathan Moore
Position
Lecturer, Cardiovascular Physiology
Email
j.p.moore@bangor.ac.uk
Phone
(01248) 38 3645
Location
George Building, Normal Site

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Qualifications:

BSc (Hons), University of Edinburgh

PhD, University of Leeds

PGCert, University of Salford

Research areas:

My interest focuses on the following areas of cardiovascular physiology in health and disease: (1) autonomic function; (2) endothelial function; and, (3) circulatory responses to stress e.g. exercise, hot and cold, hypoxia.

Membership of professional organisations:

Physiological Society

British Association of Sports and Exercise Sciences

Publications:

Book Chapters

 

Cardiac disease in Tidy’s Physiotherapy (2008, 14th Edition) edited by Stuart Porter, Churchill Livingstone Elsevier

Original articles

 

Moore JP, VE Claydon, Norcliffe LJ, M Rivera-Ch, , F Leon-Velarde, O Appenzeller, R Hainsworth (2006) Carotid baroreflex regulation of vascular resistance in high altitude Andean natives with and without chronic mountain sickness. Exp. Physiol. 91: 907-903

Norcliffe LJ, M Rivera-Ch, VE Claydon, JP Moore, F Leon-Velarde, O Appenzeller, R. Hainsworth (2005) Cerebrovascular responses to hypoxia and hypocapnia in high altitude dwellers. J Physiol  566: 287-294

Saha S, JP Moore, MJ Drinkhill, TFC Batten (2005). Central nucleus of amygdala projections to rostral ventrolateral medulla neurons are activated by decreased blood pressure. Eur J. Neurosci  21: 1921-1930

Claydon VE, LJ Norcliffe, JP Moore, M Rivera, F Leon-Velarde, O Appenzeller, R. Hainsworth (2005) Cardiovascular responses to orthostatic stress in healthy altitude dwellers and altitude residents with chronic mountain sickness. Experimental Physiol 90: 103-110

Claydon VE, LJ Norcliffe, JP Moore, M Rivera, F Leon-Velarde, O Appenzeller, R. Hainsworth (2004) Orthostatic tolerance and blood volume in Andean high altitude dwellers. Exp Physiol, 89: 565

Moore JP, R Hainsworth, MJ Drinkhill (2004) Pulmonary arterial distension and vagal afferent nerve activity in anaesthetized dogs. J Physiol. 555:814-814

Moore JP, R Hainsworth, MJ Drinkhill (2004). Phasic negative intrathoracic pressures enhance the vascular responses to stimulation of pulmonary arterial baroreceptors in closed chest anaesthetized dogs. J Physiol. 555:805-814

Van Someran K, K Fulcher, J Mccarthy, J Moore, G Horgan, R Langford (1998). An investigation into the effects of sodium citrate ingestion on high-intensity exercise performance. International Journal of Sports Nutrition 8: 356-353.

Drinkhill MJ, J Moore, R. Hainsworth (1993). Afferent discharges from coronary arterial and ventricular receptors in anaesthetised dogs. J Physiol 472: 785-800.