Staff Profile of Jonathan Moore

Jonathan Moore
Lecturer, Cardiovascular Physiology
(01248) 38 3645
George Building, Normal Site

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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


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.