Dr Vincent Dalbo Exercise and Health Sciences / School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences

Snr Lect Exercise & Sport Sciences

Contact Details

Email: v.dalbo@cqu.edu.au

Phone: (07) 4923 2289 - Ext: 52289

Office Location

Room 1.11

Building 81

About Me

“You have been given the opportunity of a lifetime, it means absolutely nothing if you don’t take advantage of it in the lifetime of the opportunity.” We have all been given the opportunity of life and it is our responsibility to make the most of our opportunity. In this regard, I attempt to help undergraduate students learn how to learn and learn how to think. Once you have the ability to learn and think you have the ability to answer most of the questions that occur in life as long as you are willing to dedicate enough time to master the required skill.

With research higher degree students (RHD) the abilities of learning and thinking are applied as the goal of research is the creation of new knowledge. Thus, RHD students are required to think of a novel idea and learn the skills required to answer the research question they have developed. Research is exciting and should be conducted with the end-goal of making the life we currently live better.

When I am not working I prefer to be at the beach going for a surf, spending time at the gym, or playing/watching sport.

If you have any questions about RHD programs or collaborations please do not hesitate to contact me.

Have a great day,

Vin

“You have been given the opportunity of a lifetime, it means absolutely nothing if you don’t take advantage of it in the lifetime of the opportunity.” We have all been given the opportunity of life and it is our responsibility to make the most of our opportunity. In this regard, I attempt to help undergraduate students learn how to learn and learn how to think. Once you have the ability to learn and think you have the ability to answer most of the questions that occur in life as long as you are willing to dedicate enough time to master the required skill.

With research higher degree students (RHD) the abilities of learning and thinking are applied as the goal of research is the creation of new knowledge. Thus, RHD students are required to think of a novel idea and learn the skills required to answer the research question they have developed. Research is exciting and should be conducted with the end-goal of making the life we currently live better.

When I am not working I prefer to be at the beach going for a surf, spending time at the gym, or playing/watching sport.

If you have any questions about RHD programs or collaborations please do not hesitate to contact me.

Have a great day,

Vin
Media Citations

1) ABC News (Bundaberg). Parents warned against vegan push. June 3, 2013.

 

2) Mackay Daily Mercury. Muscle men opt for boost of steroids. May 25, 2013. 

Professional Experience

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Professional Memberships

1) American College of Sports Medicine

 

2) Sports Medicine Australia

 

3) National Strength and Conditioning Association

Professional Interests

I am interested in healthy aging and disease prevention with specific research focuses in the following areas:

 

1) Physiological adaptations to pharmacological, nutritional, and exercise interventions

 

2) Inflammation and oxidative stress responses as they apply to skeletal muscle wasting in older adults and individuals with chronic disease

 

3) Mechanisms of testosterone-induced anabolic effects for treating sarcopenia

 

4) Slowing the rate of chronic kidney disease progression

'In Press' Publications

1) Roberts M, Bayless D, Company J, Jenkins N, Padilla J, Childs T, Martin J, Dalbo V, Booth F, Rector R, and Laughin M. Elevated skeletal muscle irisin precursor FNDC5 mRNA in obese OLETF rats. Metabolism. 62(8): 1052-1060. 2013.

               

2) Kerksick C, Roberts M, Dalbo V, Kreider R, and Willoughby D. Changes in skeletal muscle proteolytic gene expression after prophylactic supplementation of EGCG and NAC and eccentric damage. Food and Chemical Toxicology Special Issue: Adaptations in oxidative stress: Mechanisms involved. EPUB AHEAD OF PRINT

 

3) Tucker P, Dalbo V, Han T, and Kingsley M. Clinical and research markers of oxidative stress in chronic kidney disease. Biomarkers. 18(2): 103-115. 2013.

 

4) Scanlan A, Arkinstall H, Dalbo V, Humphries B, Jennings C, and Kingsley M. The activity intensities reached when playing active tennis gaming relative to sedentary gaming, tennis game-play and current activity recommendations in young adults. J Strength Cond Res. 27(9): 2588-2595. 2013.

 

5) Sunderland K, Roberts M, Dalbo V, and Kerksick C. Aging and sequential resistance exercise bout effects on housekeeping gene mRNA expression in human skeletal muscle. J Strength Cond Res. 27(1): 1-7. 2013.

 

6) Roberts M, Dalbo V, Sunderland K, and Kerksick K. Electrophoretic separation of myosin heavy chain isoforms using a modified mini gel system. J Strength Cond Res. 26(12): 3461-3468. 2012.

 

7) Kingsley M, D’Silva L, Jennings C, Humphries B, Dalbo V, and Scanlan A. Moderate-intensity running causes intervertebral disc compression in young adults. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 44(11): 2199-2204. 2012.

 

8) Dalbo V, Roberts M, Hassell S, and Kerksick C. Effects of pre-exercise feeding on serum hormone concentrations and biomarkers of myostatin and ubiquitin proteasome pathway activity. Eur J Nutr. 52(2): 477-487, 2012.

 

9) Scanlan A, Dascombe B, Reaburn P, and Dalbo V. The physiological and activity demands experienced by Australian female basketball players during competition. J Sci Med Sport. 15(4): 341-347. 2012.

 

10) Roberts M, Dalbo V, and Kerksick C. Postexercise myogenic gene expression: Are human findings lost during translation? Exercise Sport Sci Rev. 39(4): 206-211. 2011.     

 

11) Dalbo V, Roberts M, Sunderland K, Poole C, Stout J, Beck T, Bemben M, and Kerksick C. Acute loading and aging effects on myostatin pathway biomarkers in human skeletal muscle after three sequential bouts of resistance exercise. J Gerontol A Biol Sci. 66(8): 855-865. 2011.

 

12) Moon J, Dalbo V, Roberts M, Kerksick K, and Stout J. Usefulness of bioelectrical impedance in the prediction of VO2max in healthy men and women. The Sport Journal. 14. 2011.

 

13) Roberts M, Dalbo V, Sunderland K, Poole, Hassell S, and Kerksick C. Myogenic mRNA markers in young and old human skeletal muscle prior to and following sequential exercise bouts. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 36(1): 96-106. 2011.

 

14) Poole C, Roberts M, Dalbo V, Sunderland K, and Kerksick C. Megalin and androgen receptor gene expression in young and old human skeletal muscle before and after three sequential exercise bouts.  J Strength Cond Res. 25(2): 309-317. 2011.

 

15) Dalbo V, Roberts M, Hassell S, Brown R, and Kerksick C. Effects of age on serum hormone concentrations and intramuscular proteolytic signaling before and after a single bout of resistance training.  J Strength Cond Res. 25(1): 1-9. 2010.

 

16) Poole C, Roberts M, Dalbo V, Tucker, P, Sunderland K, Debolt, N, Billbe, B, and Kerksick, C. The combined effects of exercise and ingestion of a meal replacement in conjuction with a weight loss supplement on body composition and fitness parameters in college-aged men and women. J Strength Cond Res. 25(1): 51-60. 2010.

 

17) Dalbo V, Roberts M, Hassell S, Moon J, and Kerksick C.  Effects of a mineral antioxidant complex on clinical safety, body water, lactate response, and aerobic performance in response to exhaustive exercise.  IJSNEM. 20(5): 381-392. 2010. 

 

18) Roberts M, Lockwood C, Dalbo V, Tucker P, Volek J, and Kerksick C. Ingestion of a high molecular weight hydrothermally modified waxy maize starch alters metabolic responses to prolonged exercise in trained cyclists. Nutrition. 659-665. 2010.

 

19) Roberts M, Dalbo V, Sunderland K, Poole C, Hassell S, Bemben D, Cramer J, Stout J, and Kerksick M. IGF-1 splice variant and IGF-1 peptide expression patterns in young and old human skeletal muscle prior to and following sequential bouts. Eur J Appl Physiol. 110(5): 961-969. 2010.

 

20) Dalbo V, Roberts M, Stout J, and Kerksick C. Effect of gender on the metabolic impact of a commercially available thermogenic drink. J Strength Cond Res. 24(6): 1633-1642. 2010.

 

21) Roberts M, Kerksick C, Dalbo V, Hassell S, Tucker P, and Brown R. Molecular attributes of human skeletal muscle at rest and after unaccustomed exercise: an age comparison. J Strength Cond Res. 24(5): 1161-1168. 2010.

 

22) Roberts M, Dalbo V, Hassell S, and Kerksick C. Effects of pre-exercise feeding on markers of satellite cell activation. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 42(10): 1861-1869. 2010.

 

23) Dalbo V, Roberts M, Lockwood C, Tucker P, Kreider R, and Kerksick C. The effects of age on skeletal muscle and the phospocreatine energy system: can creatine supplementation help older adults. Dyn Med. 8:6. 2009.

 

24) Moon J, Smith A, Tobkin S, Lockwood C, Kendall K, Graef J, Roberts M, Dalbo V, Kerksick C, Cramer J, Beck T, and Stout J.  Total body water changes after an exercise intervention tracked using bioimpedance spectroscopy: a deuterium oxide comparison.  Clin Nutr. 28. 2009.

 

25) Roberts M, Dalbo V, Hassell S, and Kerksick C.  The expression of androgen-regulated genes before and after a resistance exercise bout in younger and older men. J Strength Cond Res. 23(4):1060-7. 2009.

 

26) Roberts M, Dalbo V, Stout J, Kerksick C.  Efficacy and safety of a popular energy drink after 28 days of ingestion.  J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 5:19. 2008.

 

27) Lockwood C, Moon J, Tobkin S, Walter A, Smith A, Dalbo V, Cramer J, and Stout J.  Minimal nutritional invention with high-protein/low-carbohydrate and low fat, nutrient-dense food supplement improves body composition and exercise benefits in overweight adults: a randomized controlled trial.  Nutr Metab (Lond). 5:11. 2008.

 

28) Moon J, Tobkin S, Smith A, Roberts M, Ryan E, Dalbo V, Walter A, Cramer J, and Stout J.  Percent body fat estimations in college men using field and laboratory methods: a three-compartment model approach.  Dyn Med. 7:7. 2008.

 

29) Moon J, Tobkin S, Roberts M, Dalbo V, Kerksick C, Bemben M, and Stout J.  Total body water estimations in healthy men and women using bioimpedance spectroscopy: a deuterium oxide comparison.  Nutr and Metab. 5:7. 2008.

 

30) Dalbo V, Roberts M, Stout J, Kerksick C.  Acute effects of ingesting a commercial thermogenic drink on changes in energy expenditure and markers of lipolysis.  J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 5:6. 2008.

 

31) Dalbo V, Roberts M, Kerksick C, Stout J.  Putting the myth of creatine supplementation leading to muscle cramps and dehydration to rest. British J Sport Med. 42(7):567-73. 2008.

 

32) Moon J , Hull H, Tobkin S, Teramoto M, Karabulut M, Roberts M, Ryan E, Kim S, Dalbo V, Walter A, Smith A, Cramer J,  and Stout J.  Percent body fat estimations in college women using field and laboratory methods: a three-compartment model approach.  J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 4:16. 2007.

 

Books

1) Dalbo V, Roberts M, and Scanlan A. Ergogenic aids for masters athletes and older exercisers in Nutrition and Performance in Masters Athletes. Reaburn P (Ed). CRC Press: New York, to be published in 2013.

 

2) Roberts M, Dalbo V, and Buford T. The older strength and power athlete in Nutrition and Performance in Masters Athletes. Reaburn P (Ed). CRC Press: New York, to be published in 2013.

 

3) Dalbo V and Roberts M. Calorie needs for improving body composition in Nutritional Guidelines for Athletic Performance: The Training Table. Taylor L (Ed). CRC Press: New York, 2012.

 

4) Dalbo V, Stout J, and Kerksick C. A potential role for nutrient timing and delivery for medically challenged and other unique populations in Nutrient Timing: Metabolic Optimization for Health, Performance and Recovery. Kerksick C (Ed). CRC Press: New York, 2011.

Refereed Abstracts

1) Dalbo V, Tucker P, Kingsley M, Humphries B, and Scanlan A. An examination of the influence of body mass index on disease prevalence in a regional Australian population. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 15(6), S386, 2012.

 

2) Tucker P, Dalbo V, Kingsley, and Scanlan A. Chronic kidney disease and cardiovascular disease in Australia: A comparative cost analysis. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 15(6), S117, 2012.

 

3) Tucker P, Kingsley M, Scanlan A, and Dalbo V. Age, the silent killer: An examination of the influence of age on the prevalence of disease in a regional Australian population. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 15(6), S877, 2012.

 

4) Scanlan A, Dascombe B, Reaburn P, Tucker P, and Dalbo V. The development of the Basketball Exercise Simulation Test.  Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 15(6), S351, 2012.

 

5) Scanlan A, Dalbo V, Tucker P, Humphries B, Kingsley M, and Capern G. Comparisons between RPE- and accelerometer-based training loads during semi-professional basketball training. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 15(6), S30, 2012.

 

6) Humphries B, Kingsley M, Dalbo V, and Scanlan A. The prevalence of chronic health disease in a resistance trained Australian population. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 15(6), S119, 2012.

 

7) Kingsley M, Humphries B, and Dalbo V. Associations between vigorous exercise and moderate activity patterns with disease prevalence in Central Queensland. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 14(1), S103, 2011.

 

8) Humphries B, Kingsley M, Dalbo V, and Coulson F. Australians do not exercise at sufficient levels to promote good health. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 14(1), S102, 2011.

 

9) Dalbo V, Roberts M, Hassell S, and Kerksick C.  Effects of different pre-exercise feeding regimens on intramuscular markers of myostatin signaling following conventional resistance training. Med Sci Sports and Exerc 42(5), S776, 2010.

 

10) Roberts M, Dalbo V, Sunderland K, Poole C, Hassell S, and Kerksick C. Effects of human aging on MGF and CYCLIN D1 expression after three resistance exercise bouts. Med Sci Sports and Exerc 42(5), S755, 2010.

 

11) Sunderland K, Poole C, Roberts M, Dalbo V, and Kerksick C. Housekeeping gene analysis in human skeletal muscle following sequential exercise bouts: an age comparison. Med Sci Sports and Exerc 42(5), S378, 2010.

 

12) Poole C, Roberts M, Dalbo V, Sunderland K, Hassell S, and Kerksick C. Effects of human aging on the expression of CDK4, P21CIP1, P27KIP1, and MYOD mRNAs after three resistance exercise bouts. Med Sci Sports and Exerc 42(5): S825-826, 2010.

 

13) Kerksick C, Tucker P, Roberts M, Dalbo V, Billbe B, and Debolt N. The combined effects of exercise training and ingestion of a weight loss supplement on body composition and fitness parameters in college-aged males and females. J Int Soc Sports Nutr 6(1), P19, 2009.

 

14) Roberts M, Dalbo V, Hassell S, Tucker P, and Kerksick C. Effects of aging and unaccustomed exercise on androgen and IGF-1 receptor concentrations in skeletal muscle. Med Sci Sports and Exerc 41(5), S96, 2009.

 

15) Dalbo V, Roberts M, Hassell S, Moon J, Tucker P, Stout J, and Kerksick C.  Impact of silica hydride supplementation on aerobic exercise parameters in college-aged males. Med Sci Sports and Exerc 41(5), S548, 2009.

 

16) Hassell S, Kerksick C, Roberts M, Dalbo V, and Moon J.  Prophylactic supplementation of a nano-sized silica mineral antioxidant complex on changes in clinical safety parameters and body water. Med Sci Sports and Exerc 41(5), S548, 2009.

 

17) Moon J, Smith A, Tobkin S, Lockwood C, Kendall K, Graef J, Roberts M, Dalbo V, Kerksick C, Cramer J, Beck T, and Stout J.  Tracking changes in body fat using commercially available BIA devices compared to a four-compartment model. Med Sci Sports and Exerc 41(5), S320, 2009.

 

18) Kerksick C, Tucker P, Roberts M, Dalbo V, Billbe B, and Debolt N. The combined effects of exercise training and ingestion of a weight loss supplement on body composition and fitness parameters in college-aged males and females. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 6 (1), P19, 2009.

 

19) Roberts M, Lockwood C, Dalbo V, Tucker P, Frye A, Polk R, and Kerksick C. Ingestion of a high molecular weight waxy maize starch alters metabolic responses to prolonged exercise in trained cyclists. FASEB J 21: LB 114. 2009.

 

20) Roberts M, Dalbo V, Hassell S, Moon J, Baker  C, House P, Stout J, and Kerksick C. Efficacy and safety of a thermogenic energy drink after 28 days of ingestion. Med Sci Sports and Exerc 40(5), S400, 2008.

 

21) Kerksick C, Roberts M, Dalbo V, Hassell S. Effects of NAC and EGCG on acute markers of proteolysis following resistance training. Med Sci Sports and Exerc 40(5), S109, 2008.

 

22) Dalbo V, Roberts M, Stout J, and Kerksick C. Effects of a commercial energy drink on acute changes in energy expenditure and lipolysis.  Med Sci Sports and Exerc 40(5), S400, 2008.

 

23) Moon, J, Tobkin S, Walter A, Smith A, Dalbo V, Cramer J, and Stout J. Validity of laboratory and field methods for estimating percent body fat in college female athletes: a multiple component approach.  JSCR 21(4): e18, 2007.

 

24) Roberts M, Dalbo V, and Kerksick C. Acute Effects of Ingesting Celsius™ on Resting Energy Expenditure and Substrate Oxidation in Males and Females. J Int Soc Sports Nutr 4(1 Suppl), 2007.

 

25) Moon J, Eldridge T, Tobkin S, Dalbo V, Hull H, Karabulut M, Kim S, Roberts M, Ryan E, Teramoto M, Cramer J, and Stout JR.  Validity of laboratory and field methods for estimating percent fat in college-age males.  Med Sci Sports and Exerc 39(5), S371, 2007.

 

26) Dalbo V, Karabulut M, Teramoto M, Roberts M, Moon J, Ryan E, Kim S, Hull H, Cramer J, and Stout J.  Validity of new near infrared interactance device (NIR) for estimating percent fat in college-aged men and women.  Med Sci Sports and Exerc 39(5), S371, 2007.

 

27) Walter A, Ryan E, Smith A, Moon J, Dalbo V, Hull H, Karabulut M, Roberts M, Tobkin S, Teramoto M, Kim S, Cramer J, and Stout J.  Validity of laboratory and field methods for estimating percent fat in college aged Caucasian women.  Med Sci Sports and Exerc 39(5), S371, 2007.

 

28) Kim S, Hull H, Roberts M, Dalbo V, Eldridge T, Moon J, Ryan E, Teramoto M, Cramer J, and Stout J.  Validity of BIA for estimating body fat in health males and females.  Med Sci Sports and Exerc 39(5), S371, 2007.

Grants

1) Intramural Grant Title: Effect of chronic aerobic exercise on biomarkers of myostatin pathway activity and insulin resistance in dietary induced obese Wistar rats

Funder: Research and Development Incentive Program (2013)

Total Cost: $9,455.50 (AUD)

Role: Principle investigator

Site: Central Queensland University

Overview: To determine the effects of insulin resistance on biomarkers of myostatin pathway activity.

 

2) Intramural Grant Title: Short-term Exchange Program.

Funder: Collaborative Research Network (2012)

Total Cost: $10,000.00 (AUD)

Role: Co-investigator

Site: Central Queensland University

Overview: The principle investigator (Professor Jeff Coombes) will be sending a student (Tina Tinkara Peternelj) to work in my laboratory to learn qRT-PCR. We will work on a series of projects examining the role of oxidative stress on skeletal muscle proteolysis.

           

3) Extramural Grant Title: Development of single frequency bioimpedance algorithms for male and female athletes (2011)

Funder: ImpediMed Inc.

Total Cost: $78,410 (USD)

Role: Co-investigator

Site: United States Sports Academy

Overview: The primary aims of this project were to: 1) Develop new algorithms (fat mass, fat-free mass, and total body water) for the single-frequency DF50 device in male and female athletes. 2) Examine the validity of the SFB7 for predicting total body water.

 

4) Intramural Grant Title: Are active-console video games stimulating sufficient activity in young adults (2010)

Funder: Institute for Health and Social Science Research

Total Cost: $5,000 (AUD)

Role: Co-investigator

Site: Central Queensland University

Overview: The primary aims of this project were to: 1) Compare the rate of energy expenditure and exercise intensity of playing traditional computer games, active-console computer tennis gaming (Wii Sports) and singles tennis game-play (tennis). 2) Assess the use of gaming as a method of meeting the current exercise guidelines for young adults.

 

5) Intramural Grant Title: Direct evidence of exercise-induced spinal shrinkage in active young men (2010)

Funder: Institute for Health and Social Science Research

Total Cost: $5,000 (AUD)

Role: Co-investigator

Site: Central Queensland University

Overview: The primary aims of this project were to: 1) To evaluate the effects of moderate intensity running on spinal shrinkage using magnetic resonance images in young adults. 2) To evaluate the relationship between activity-induced hypohydration and spinal shrinkage.  

 

6) Intramural Grant Title: An examination of nutritional knowledge, physical activity and disease prevalence in a random sample of Central Queensland residents (2010)

Funder: Institute for Health and Social Science Research-Population Research Laboratory, Central Queensland Social Survey Grant

Total Cost: $15,000 (AUD)

Role: Principle investigator

Site: Central Queensland University

Overview: The primary aims of this project were to: 1) Gain an understanding of the nutritional knowledge of Australians. 2) Examine the influence of strength training on disease prevalence of Australians.

 

7) Intramural Grant Title: The effects of exercise intensity on acute markers of weight loss and fat metabolism in obese men (2010)

Funder: Institute for Health and Social Science Research

Total Cost: $5,775 (AUD)

Role: Principle investigator

Site: Central Queensland University

Overview: This project sought to examine the effects of exercise intensity on post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) in obese men following a bout of treadmill exercise at varying exercise intensities.

 

8) Extramural Grant Title: Impact of Thermasine (Lysine L-Carnitine Fumarate), Citrus Aurantium, 7-Keto DHEA and Theobromine HCl Supplementation on Weight Loss in College-Aged Males and Females (2009)

Funder: Champion Nutrition

Total Costs: $40,000 (USD)

Role: served as Collaborator

Site: Applied Biochemistry and Molecular Physiology Laboratory, University of Oklahoma

Overview: This project sought to examine the prolonged effects of ingesting a novel thermogenic supplement versus a placebo condition with concomitant exercise in persons with a BMI > 25 on changes in body composition, cardiorespiratory, and other selected fitness variables.

 

9) Extramural Grant Title: Impact of SuperStarch Ingestion on Glycemic and Performance Changes During Prolonged, Moderate Intensity Exercise (2008)

Funder: Glygenix, Inc

Total Costs: $25,394 (USD)

Role: served as Collaborator

Site: Applied Biochemistry and Molecular Physiology Laboratory, University of Oklahoma

Overview: This project sought to examine the metabolic differences of ingesting a novel modified cornstarch versus maltodextrin in trained cyclists during a prolonged cycling bout.

 

10) Extramural Grant Title: The Effects of Microhydrin on Aerobic Fitness Markers (2008)

Funder: Royal Body Care, Inc

Total Costs: $50,000 (USD)

Role: served as Collaborator and Clinical Coordinator

Site: Applied Biochemistry and Molecular Physiology Laboratory, University of Oklahoma

Overview: This project sought to examine the metabolic differences of ingesting a silica-mineral complex versus a placebo condition during a maximal exercise test.

 

11) Extramural Grant Title: Tracking changes in total body water and the validity of hydrometry for predicting percent body fat in men and women using bioimpedance spectroscopy: A deuterium oxide and four-compartment model validation (2008)

Funder: Impedimed, Inc

Total Costs: $11,570 (USD)

Role: served as Collaborator

Site: Body Composition Laboratory, University of Oklahoma

Overview: This project sought to examine the efficacy of tracking total body water changes with a novel bioimpedance device when compared to the deuterium oxide dilution technique.

 

12) Extramural Grant Title: The effects of repeated exercise bouts on the expression of myogenic regulatory factors in young versus old males (2007)

Funder: National Strength and Conditioning Foundation

Total Costs: $10,000 (USD)

Role: served as Collaborator and Clinical Coordinator

Site: Applied Biochemistry and Molecular Physiology Laboratory, University of Oklahoma

Overview: This project sought to examine the effects of three consecutive resistance exercise bouts on the intramuscular expression of myogenic regulatory factors in young versus old males.

 

13) Extramural Grant Title: The effects of aging on the phosphocreatine system (2007)

Funder: National Strength and Conditioning Foundation

Total Costs: $5,000 (USD)

Role: served as Collaborator and Clinical Coordinator

Site: Applied Biochemistry and Molecular Physiology Laboratory, University of Oklahoma

Overview: This project sought to examine the effects of aging on the intramuscular expression of markers involved with the phosphocreatine pathway.

 

14) Extramural Grant Title: The acute and chronic effects of ingesting Celsius™ over a 28-day period on markers of weight loss and fat metabolism (2007)

Funder: Celsius, Inc

Total Costs: $91,464 (USD)

Role: served as Collaborator and Clinical Coordinator

Site: Applied Biochemistry and Molecular Physiology Laboratory, University of Oklahoma

Overview: This project sought to examine the prolonged effects of ingesting a novel thermogenic supplement versus a placebo condition with in persons with a BMI > 25 on changes in body composition.

 

MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES
Nutrition and Dietetics - Clinical and Sports Nutrition
Human Movement and Sports Science - Exercise Physiology
Nutrition, Clinical Health, Aging, Oxidative Stress
Clinical Sciences - Geriatrics and Gerontology
Physiological/Molecular Responses to Exercise and Nutritional Interventions
Journal article

Madueno, M. C., Guy, J. H., Dalbo, V. J., & Scanlan, A. T. (2019). A systematic review examining the physiological, perceptual, and performance effects of active and passive recovery modes applied between repeated-sprints.. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 1. doi:10.23736/S0022-4707.18.09188-0

Madueno, M. C., Dalbo, V. J., Guy, J. H., Giamarelos, K. E., Spiteri, T., & Scanlan, A. T. (2018). Reduced fatigue in passive versus active recovery: An examination
of repeated-change-of-direction sprints in basketball players. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 13(8), 1034-1041. doi:10.1123/ijspp.2017-0831

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Huyghe, T., Scanlan, A. T., Dalbo, V. J., & Calleja-González, J. (2018). The negative influence of air travel on health and performance in the National Basketball Association: A narrative review.. Sports, 6(3), 1-7. doi:10.3390/sports6030089

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Berkelmans, D. M., Dalbo, V. J., Kean, C. O., Milanović, Z., Stojanović, E., Stojiljković, N., & Scanlan, A. T. (2018). Heart rate monitoring in basketball: Applications, player responses, and practical recommendations. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 32(8), 2383-2399. doi:10.1519/JSC.0000000000002194

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Scanlan, A. T., Fox, J. L., Borges, N. R., Delextrat, A., Spiteri, T., Dalbo, V. J., . . . Kean, C. O. (2018). Decrements in knee extensor and flexor strength are associated with performance fatigue during simulated basketball game-play in adolescent, male players. Journal of Sports Sciences, 36(8), 852-860. doi:10.1080/02640414.2017.1344779

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Scanlan, A. T., Wen, N., Spiteri, T., Milanović, Z., Conte, D., Guy, J. H., . . . Dalbo, V. J. (2018). Dribble deficit: A novel method to measure dribbling speed independent of sprinting speed in basketball players. Journal of Sports Sciences, 36(22), 2596-2602. doi:10.1080/02640414.2018.1470217

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Scanlan, A. T., Fox, J. L., Borges, N. R., Tucker, P. S., & Dalbo, V. J. (2018). Temporal changes in physiological and performance responses across game-specific simulated basketball activity. Journal of Sport and Health Science, 7(2), 176-182. doi:10.1016/j.jshs.2016.05.002

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Scanlan, A. T., Fox, J. L., Poole, J. L., Conte, D., Milanović, Z., Lastella, M., & Dalbo, V. J. (2018). A comparison of traditional and modified Summated-Heart-Rate-Zones models to measure internal training load in basketball players. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science, 1-7. doi:10.1080/1091367X.2018.1445089

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Wen, N., Dalbo, V. J., Burgos, B., Pyne, D. B., & Scanlan, A. T. (2018). Power testing in basketball: Current practice and future recommendations. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 32(9), 2677-2691. doi:10.1519/jsc.0000000000002459

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Stojanović, E., Stojiljković, N., Scanlan, A. T., Dalbo, V. J., Berkelmans, D. M., & Milanović, Z. (2018). The activity demands and physiological responses encountered during basketball match-play: A systematic review. Sports Medicine, 48(1), 111-135. doi:10.1007/s40279-017-0794-z

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Dalbo, V. J., Hiskens, M. I., Teramoto, M., Kingsley, M. I., Young, K. C., & Scanlan, A. T. (2017). Residents of Central Queensland, Australia are aware of healthy eating practices but consume unhealthy diets. Sports, 5(4), 1-12. doi:10.3390/sports5040094

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Berkelmans, D. M., Dalbo, V. J., Fox, J. L., Stanton, R., Kean, C. O., Giamarelos, K. E., . . . Scanlan, A. T. (2017). Influence of different methods to determine maximum heart rate on training load outcomes in basketball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 32(11), 3177-3185. doi:10.1519/JSC.0000000000002291

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Tredrea, M. S., Dalbo, V. J., & Scanlan, A. T. (2017). Lifesum: Easy and effective dietary and activity monitoring. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 51(13), 1042-1043. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2015-095535

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Batacan, R. B., Fenning, A. S., Dalbo, V. J., Scanlan, A. T., Duncan, M. J., Moore, R. J., & Stanley, D. (2017). A gut reaction: the combined influence of exercise and diet on gastrointestinal microbiota in rats. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 122(6), 1627-1638. doi:10.1111/jam.13442

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Dalbo, V. J., Teramoto, M., Roberts, M. D., & Scanlan, A. T. (2017). Lack of reality: Positive self-perceptions of health in the presence of disease. Sports, 5(2), 1-9. doi:10.3390/sports5020023

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Dalbo, V. J., Roberts, M. D., Mobley, C. B., Ballmann, C., Kephart, W. C., Fox, C. D., . . . Beck, D. T. (2017). Testosterone and trenbolone enanthate increase mature myostatin protein expression despite increasing skeletal muscle hypertrophy and satellite cell number in rodent muscle. Andrologia, 49(3), 1-11. doi:10.1111/and.12622

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Batacan, R. B., Duncan, M. J., Dalbo, V. J., Tucker, P. S., & Fenning, A. S. (2017). Effects of high-intensity interval training on cardiometabolic health: A systematic review and meta-analysis of intervention studies. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 51(6), 1-12. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2015-095841

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Scanlan, A. T., Fox, J. L., Borges, N. R., Dascombe, B. J., & Dalbo, V. J. (2017). Cumulative training dose's effects on interrelationships between common training-load models during basketball activity. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 12(2), 168-174. doi:10.1123/ijspp.2015-0708

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Lockwood, C. M., Roberts, M. D., Dalbo, V. J., Smith-Ryan, A. E., Kendall, K. L., Moon, J. R., & Stout, J. R. (2017). Effects of hydrolyzed whey versus other whey protein supplements on the physiological response to 8 weeks of resistance exercise in college-aged males. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 36(1), 16-27. doi:10.1080/07315724.2016.1140094

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Scanlan, A. T., Fox, J. L., Borges, N. R., & Dalbo, V. J. (2017). The commonality between approaches to determine jump fatigue during basketball activity in junior players: In-game versus across-game decrements. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 12(2), 260-263. doi:10.1123/ijspp.2016-0005

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Tucker, P. S., Scanlan, A. T., Vella, R. K., & Dalbo, V. J. (2016). Genomic integrity Is favourably affected by high-intensity interval training in an animal model of early-stage chronic kidney disease. Sports Medicine - Open, 2, 1-9. doi:10.1186/s40798-016-0055-y

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Scanlan, A. T., Tucker, P. S., Stanton, R., & Dalbo, V. J. (2016). Fitness Test Pro : A one-stop application to assess cardiorespiratory fitness. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 50(6), 379-380. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2015-095074

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Dalbo, V. J., Fox, J. L., Borges, N. R., Dascombe, B. J., Young, K. C., & Scanlan, A. T. (2016). Cumulative training dose augments: The interrelationships between common training load models during basketball activity. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 48(5S), 441. doi:10.1249/01.mss.0000486326.85430.51

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Scanlan, A. T., Teramoto, M., Delforce, M., & Dalbo, V. J. (2016). Do better things come in smaller packages? Reducing game duration slows game pace and alters statistics associated with winning in basketball. International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport, 16(1), 157-170. Retrieved from http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/uwic/ujpa/2016/00000016/00000001/art00014

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Mumford, P., Tribby, A., Poole, C., Dalbo, V., Scanlan, A., Moon, J., . . . Young, K. (2016). Effect of caffeine on golf performance and fatigue during a competitive tournament. Medicine and science in sports and exercise., 48(1), 132-138. doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000000753

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Scanlan, A., Wen, N., Kidcaff, A., Berkelmans, D., Tucker, P., & Dalbo, V. (2016). Generic and sport-specific reactive agility tests assess different qualities in court-based team sport athletes. Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness., 56(3), 206-213. Retrieved from http://www.minervamedica.it/

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Tucker, P. S., Briskey, D. R., Scanlan, A. T., Coombes, J. S., & Dalbo, V. J. (2015). High intensity interval training favourably affects antioxidant and inflammation mRNA expression in early-stage chronic kidney disease. Free Radical Biology and Medicine, 89, 466-472. doi:10.1016/j.freeradbiomed.2015.07.162

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Dalbo, V. J., Czerepusko, J. B., Tucker, P. S., Kingsley, M. I., Moon, J. R., Young, K., & Scanlan, A. T. (2015). Not sending the message: A low prevalence of strength-based exercise participation in rural and regional Central Queensland. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 23(5), 295-301. doi:10.1111/ajr.12207

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Tucker, P. S., Scanlan, A. T., & Dalbo, V. J. (2015). Track My Health: a mobile application that allows patients to monitor their health. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 49(24), 1596-1597. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2015-094824

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Dalbo, V. J., & Roberts, M. D. (2015). Editorial: The activity of satellite cells and myonuclei during 8 weeks of strength training in young men with suppressed testosterone. Acta Physiologica, 213(3), 556-558. doi:10.1111/apha.12411

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Tucker, P., Scanlan, A., & Dalbo, V. (2015). Chronic kidney disease influences multiple systems : describing the relationship between oxidative stress, inflammation, kidney damage, and concomitant disease. Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity., (2015), 1-8. doi:10.1155/2015/806358

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Dalbo, V., & Roberts, M. (2015). Editorial : The activity of satellite cells and myonuclei following 8 weeks of strength training in young men with suppressed testosterone levels. Acta physiologica., 213(3), 556-558. doi:10.1111/apha.12404

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Batacan, R., Duncan, M., Dalbo, V., Tucker, P., & Fenning, A. (2015). Effects of light intensity activity on CVD risk factors : a systematic review of intervention studies. BioMed research international., (2015), 1-10. doi:10.1155/2015/596367

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Scanlan, A., Tucker, P., Dascombe, B., Berkelmans, D., Hiskens, M., & Dalbo, V. (2015). Fluctuations in activity demands across game quarters in professional and semiprofessional male basketball. Journal of strength and conditioning research., 29(11), 3006-3015. doi:10.1519/JSC.0000000000000967

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Scanlan, A., Dascombe, B., Kidcaff, A., Peucker, J., & Dalbo, V. (2015). Gender-specific activity demands experienced during semi-professional basketball game-play. International journal of sports physiology and performance., 10, 618-625. doi:10.1123/ijspp.2014-0407

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Tucker, P., Scanlan, A., & Dalbo, V. (2015). High intensity interval training favourably affects angiotensinogen mRNA expression and markers of cardiorenal health in a rat model of early-stage chronic kidney disease. BioMed research international., (2015), 1-11. doi:10.1155/2015/156584

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Peternelj, T., Marsh, S., Morais, C., Small, D., Dalbo, V., Tucker, P., & Coombes, J. (2015). O-GlcNAc protein modification in C2C12 myoblasts exposed to oxidative stress indicates parallels with endogenous antioxidant defense. Biochemistry and cell biology., 93(1), 63-73. doi:10.1139/bcb-2014-0106

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Motevalli, M., Dalbo, V., Attarzadeh, R., Rashidlamir, A., Tucker, P., & Scanlan, A. (2015). The effect of rate of weight reduction on serum myostatin and follistatin concentrations in competitive wrestlers. International journal of sports physiology and performance., 10(2), 139-146. doi:10.1123/ijspp.2013-0475

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Scanlan, A., Tucker, P., & Dalbo, V. (2015). The importance of open- and closed-skill agility for team selection in adult male basketball players. Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness., 55(5), 390-396. Retrieved from http://www.minervamedica.it/

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Scanlan, A., Kean, C., Humphries, B., & Dalbo, V. (2015). The physiological and fatigue responses associated with male and mixed-gender Ultimate Frisbee game-play. Journal of strength and conditioning research., 29(9), 2600-2607. doi:10.1519/JSC.0000000000000900

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Scanlan, A., Tucker, P., & Dalbo, V. (2014). A comparison of linear speed, closed-skill agility, and open-skill agility qualities between backcourt and frontcourt adult semi-professional male basketball players. Journal of strength and conditioning research., 28(5), 1319-1327. doi:10.1519/JSC.0000000000000276

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Mobley, C., Fox, C., Ferguson, B., Amin, R., Dalbo, V., Baier, S., . . . Roberts, M. (2014). L-leucine, beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyric acid (HMB) and creatine monohydrate prevent myostatin-induced Akirin-1/Mighty mRNA down-regulation and myotube atrophy. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition., 11, 1-9. doi:10.1186/1550-2783-11-38

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Tucker, P., Kingsley, M., Morton, R., Scanlan, A., & Dalbo, V. (2014). The increasing financial impact of chronic kidney disease in Australia. International journal of nephrology., (2014), 1-7. doi:10.1155/2014/120537

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Scanlan, A., Humphries, B., Dalbo, V., & Tucker, P. (2014). The influence of physical and cognitive factors on reactive agility performance in men basketball players. Journal of sports sciences., 32(4), 367-374. doi:10.1080/02640414.2013.825730

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Scanlan, A., Wen, N., Tucker, P., & Dalbo, V. (2014). The relationships between internal and external training load models during basketball training. Journal of strength and conditioning research., 28(9), 2397-2405. doi:10.1519/JSC.0000000000000458

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Scanlan, A., Wen, N., Tucker, P., Borges, N., & Dalbo, V. (2014). Training mode’s influence on the relationships between training-load models during basketball conditioning. International journal of sports physiology and performance., 9(5), 851-856. doi:10.1123/ijspp.2013-0410

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Sunderland, K., Roberts, M., Dalbo, V., & Kerksick, C. (2013). Aging and sequential resistance exercise bout effects on housekeeping gene messenger RNA expression in human skeletal muscle.. Journal of strength and conditioning research., 27(1), 1-7. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1519/jsc.0b013e3182779830

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Tucker, P., Dalbo, V., Han, T., & Kingsley, M. (2013). Clinical and research markers of oxidative stress in chronic kidney disease. Biomarkers., 18(2), 103-115. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/1354750x.2012.749302

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Dalbo, V., Roberts, M., Hassell, S., & Kerksick, C. (2013). Effects of pre-exercise feeding on serum hormone concentrations and biomarkers of myostatin and ubiquitin proteasome pathway activity. European journal of nutrition., 52(2), 477-487. doi:10.1007/s00394-012-0349-x

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Roberts, M., & Dalbo, V. (2013). Elevated skeletal muscle irisin precursor FNDC5 mRNA in obese OLETF rats. Metabolism., 62(8), 1052-1060. doi:10.1016/j.metabol.2013.02.002

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Scanlan, A., Arkinstall, H., Dalbo, V., Humphries, B., Jennings, C., & Kingsley, M. (2013). The activity intensities reached when playing active tennis gaming relative to sedentary gaming, tennis game-play and current activity recommendations in young adults. Journal of strength and conditioning research., 27(9), 2588-2595. doi:10.1519/JSC.0b013e31827f523e

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Roberts, M., Dalbo, V., Sunderland, K., & Kerksick, C. (2012). Electrophoretic separation of myosin heavy chain isoforms using a modified mini gel system.. Journal of strength and conditioning research., 26(12), 3461-3468. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org.au/10.1519/jsc.0b013e318270fcab

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Kingsley, M., D'Silva, L., Jennings, C., Humphries, B., Dalbo, V., & Scanlan, A. (2012). Moderate-intensity running causes intervertebral disc compression in young adults. Medicine & science in sports & exercise., 44(11), 2199-2204. doi:10.1249/MSS.0b013e318260dbc1

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Scanlan, A., Dascombe, B., Reaburn, P., & Dalbo, V. (2012). The physiological and activity demands experienced by Australian female basketball players during competition. Journal of science and medicine in sport., 15(4), 341-347. doi:10.1016/j.jsams.2011.12.008

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Dalbo, V., Roberts, M., Sunderland, K., Poole, C., Stout, J., Beck, T., . . . Kerksick, C. (2011). Acute loading and aging effects on myostatin pathway biomarkers in human skeletal muscle after three sequential bouts of resistance exercise. Journals of gerontology : Series A, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences., 66(8), 855-865. doi:10.1093/gerona/glr091

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Kingsley, M., Humphries, B., & Dalbo, V. (2011). Associations between vigorous exercise and moderate activity patterns with disease prevalence in Central Queensland. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 14(Supplement 1), e103. doi:10.1016/j.jsams.2011.11.215

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Humphries, B., Kingsley, M., Dalbo, V., Duncan, M., & Coulson, F. (2011). Australians do not exercise at sufficient levels to promote good health. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 14(Supplement 1), e102. doi:10.1016/j.jsams.2011.11.213

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Dalbo, V., Roberts, M., Hassell, S., Brown, R., & Kerksick, C. (2011). Effects of age on serum hormone concentrations and intramuscular proteolytic signaling before and after a single bout of resistance training. Journal of strength and conditioning research., 25(1), 1-9. doi:10.1519/JSC.0b013e3181fc5a68

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Poole, C., Roberts, M., Dalbo, V., Sunderland, K., & Kerksick, C. (2011). Megalin and androgen receptor gene expression in young and old human skeletal muscle before and after three sequential exercise bouts. Journal of strength and conditioning research., 25(2), 309-317. doi:10.1519/JSC.0b013e318202e45d

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Roberts, M., Dalbo, V., Sunderland, K., Poole, C., Hassell, S., & Kerksick, C. (2011). Myogenic mRNA markers in young and old human skeletal muscle prior to and following sequential exercise bouts. Applied physiology, nutrition & metabolism., 36(1), 96-106. doi:10.1139/H10-090

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Roberts, M., Dalbo, V., & Kerksick, C. (2011). Postexercise myogenic gene expression : are human findings lost during translation?. Exercise and sport sciences reviews., 39(4), 206-211. doi:10.1097/JES.0b013e31822dad1f

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Poole, C., Roberts, M., Dalbo, V., Tucker, P., Sunderland, K., DeBolt, N., . . . Kerksick, C. (2011). The combined effects of exercise and ingestion of a meal replacement in conjunction with a weight loss supplement on body composition and fitness parameters in college-aged men and women. Journal of strength and conditioning research., 25(1), 51-60. doi:10.1519/JSC.0b013e3181fee4aa

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Moon, J., Dalbo, V., Roberts, M., Kerksick, C., & Stout, J. (2011). Usefulness of bioelectrical impedance in the prediction of VO2max in healthy men and women. Sport journal., 14, 1-7. Retrieved from http://www.thesportjournal.org/

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Dalbo, V., Roberts, M., Stout, J., & Kerksick, C. (2010). Effect of gender on the metabolic impact of a commercially available thermogenic drink. Journal of strength and conditioning research., 24(2), 1633-1642.

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Dalbo, V., Roberts, M., Hassell, S., Moon, J., & Kerksick, C. (2010). Effects of a mineral antioxidant complex on clinical safety, body water, lactate response, and aerobic performance in response to exhaustive exercise. International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism., 20(5), 381-392.

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Roberts, M., Dalbo, V., Hassell, S., Brown, R., & Kerksick, C. (2010). Effects of preexercise feeding on markers of satellite cell activation. Medicine & science in sports & exercise., 42(10), 1861-1869. doi:10.1249/MSS.0b013e3181da8a29

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Roberts, M., Dalbo, V., Sunderland, K., Poole, C., Hassell, S., Bemben, D., . . . Kerksick, C. (2010). IGF-1 splice variant and IGF-1 peptide expression patterns in young and old human skeletal muscle prior to and following sequential exercise bouts. European journal of applied physiology., 110(5), 961-969. doi:10.1007/s00421-010-1588-2

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Roberts, M., Lockwood, C., Dalbo, V., Volek, J., & Kerksick, C. (2010). Ingestion of a high-molecular-weight hydrothermally modified waxy maize starch alters metabolic responses to prolonged exercise in trained cyclists. Nutrition., 27(6), 659-665. doi:10.1016/j.nut.2010.07.008

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Roberts, M., Kerksick, C., Dalbo, V., Hassell, S., Tucker, P., & Brown, R. (2010). Molecular attributes of human skeletal muscle at rest and after unaccustomed exercise : an age comparison. Journal of strength and conditioning research., 24(5), 1161-1168. doi:10.1519/JSC.0b013e3181da786f

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Dalbo, V., Roberts, M., Lockwood, C., Tucker, P., Kreider, R., & Kerksick, C. (2009). The effects of age on skeletal muscle and the phosphocreatine energy system : can creatine supplementation help older adults. Dynamic medicine., 8(6), 1-11. doi:10.1186/1476-5918-8-6

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Roberts, M., Dalbo, V., Hassell, S., & Kerksick, C. (2009). The expression of androgen-regulated genes before and after a resistance exercise bout in younger and older men. Journal of strength and conditioning research., 23(4), 1060-1067. doi:10.1519/JSC.0b013e3181a59bdd

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Moon, J., Smith, A., Beck, T., Stout, J., Tobkin, S., Lockwood, C., . . . Cramer, J. (2009). Total body water changes after an exercise intervention tracked using bioimpedance spectroscopy : a deuterium oxide comparison. Clinical nutrition., 28(5), 516-525. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.clnu.2009.04.025

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Dalbo, V., Roberts, M., Stout, J., & Kerksick, C. (2008). Acute effects of ingesting a commercial thermogenic drink on changes in energy expenditure and markers of lipolysis. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition., 5(6), 1-7. doi:10.1186/1550-2783-5-6

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Roberts, M., Dalbo, V., Hassell, S., & Kerksick, C. (2008). Efficacy and safety of a popular thermogenic drink after 28 days of ingestion. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition., 5(19), 1-11. doi:10.1186/1550-2783-5-19

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Lockwood, C., Moon, J., Tobkin, S., Walter, A., Smith, A., Dalbo, V., . . . Stout, J. (2008). Minimal nutrition intervention with high-protein/low-carbohydrate and low fat, nutrient-dense food supplement improves body composition and exercise benefits in overweight adults : a randomized controlled trial. Nutrition and metabolism., 5(11), 1-15. doi:10.1186/1743-7075-5-11

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Moon, J., Tobkin, S., Stout, J., Smith, A., Roberts, M., Ryan, E., . . . Beck, T. (2008). Percent body fat estimations in college men using field and laboratory methods : a three-compartment model approach. Dynamic medicine., 7(7), 1-9. doi:10.1186/1476-5918-7-7

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Dalbo, V., Robert, M., Stout, J., & Kerksick, C. (2008). Putting to rest the myth of creatine supplementation leading to muscle cramps and dehydration. British journal of sports medicine., 42, 567-573.

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Moon, J., Tobkin, S., Roberts, M., Dalbo, V., Kerksick, C., Bemben, M., . . . Stout, J. (2008). Total body water estimations in healthy men and women using bioimpedance spectroscopy : a deuterium oxide comparison. Nutrition and metabolism., 5(7), 1-6. doi:10.1186/1743-7075-5-7

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Moon, J., Hull, H., Smith, A., Cramer, J., Stout, J., Tobkin, S., . . . Walter, A. (2007). Percent body fat estimations in college women using field and laboratory methods : a three-compartment model approach. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition., 4(16), 1-9. doi:10.1186/1550-2783-4-16

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Conference paper

Dalbo, V., Scanlan, A., & Tucker, P. (2013). The relative importance of open- and closed-skill agility performance for selection as a starter in adult male basketball players. In Journal of strength and conditioning research. Vol. 27 (pp. 131-132). USA: National Strength and Conditioning Association. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1519/jsc.0b013e3182a85920

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Scanlan, A., Dalbo, V., Dascombe, B., Reaburn, P., Humphries, B., & Kingsley, M. (2012). A comparison of match activity demands between male and female state-level Australian basketball competitions. In Journal of Australian strength and conditioning. Vol. 20 (pp. 79-82). Helensvale, Qld, Australia: Australian Strength and Conditioning Association.

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Tucker, P., Dalbo, V., Kingsley, M., & Scanlan, A. (2012). Age, the silent killer: an examination of the influence of age on the prevalence of disease in a regional Australian population. In Journal of science and medicine in sport. Vol. 15 (pp. s361-s362). Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Elsevier. doi:10.1016/j.jsams.2012.11.880

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Tucker, P., Dalbo, V., Kingsley, M., & Scanlan, A. (2012). Chronic kidney disease and cardiovascular disease in Australia : a comparative cost analysis. In Journal of science and medicine in sport. (pp. 49-50). Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Elsevier. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsams.2012.11.120.

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Scanlan, A., Dalbo, V., Kingsley, M., Humphries, B., Tucker, P., & Capern, G. (2012). Comparison between RPE- and accelerometer-based training loads during semi-professional basketball training. In Journal of science and medicine in sport. (pp. 12-13). Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Elsevier. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsams.2012.11.032.

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Dalbo, V., & Scanlan, A. (2012). Ergogenic aids for older adults. In Journal of Australian strength and conditioning. Vol. 20 (pp. 126-127). Helensvale, Qld, Australia : Australian Strength and Conditioning Association.

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Dalbo, V., Humphries, B., Kingsley, M., Roberts, M., Scanlan, A., Moon, J., & Young, K. (2012). Prevalence and correlates of resistance training in a regional Australian population. In Journal of strength and conditioning research. (pp. 112-113). USA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

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Scanlan, A., Dascombe, B., Reaburn, P., Tucker, P., & Dalbo, V. (2012). The development of the Basketball Exercise Simulation Test. In Journal of science and medicine in sport. Vol. 15 (pp. 146-147). Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Elsevier. doi:10.1016/j.jsams.2012.11.354

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Scanlan, A., Dalbo, V., Dascombe, B., Reaburn, P., Humphries, B., & Kingsley, M. (2012). The intra-match activity variation during elite and sub-elite open-age Australian male basketball competitions. In Journal of Australian strength and conditioning. Vol. 20 (pp. 52-57). Gold Coast, QLD: Australian Strength and Conditioning Association.

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Humphries, B., Kingsley, M., Dalbo, V., & Scanlan, A. (2012). The prevalence of chronic health disease in a resistance trained Australian population. In Journal of science and medicine in sport. (pp. s50). Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Elsevier. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsams.2012.11.122

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Book chapter

Dalbo, V., & Roberts, M. (2012). Calorie needs for improving body composition. In L. W. Taylor (Ed.), Nutritional guidelines for athletic performance : the training table (1st ed., pp. 197-224). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

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Dalbo, V., Stout, J., & Kerksick, C. (2011). Nutrient timing considerations for the military, aged, metabolically-challenged populations, and children. In Unknown (Ed.), Nutrient timing: metabolic optimization for health, performance, and recovery. (pp. 253-272). United States: CRC Press.

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