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Current Projects

Title: Health and Exercise Characteristics of Pilgrims along the Camino de Santiago
Prinicipal Investigator:  M. Brennan Harris, Ph.D.
Agency/Type: Borgenicht Program for Aging Studies and Exercise Science
Period: 1/1/14-12/31/14

Title: Resistance Training Improvements in Age-Associated Endothelial Dysfunction
Prinicipal Investigator:  M. Brennan Harris, Ph.D.
Agency/Type: NIH (R15) Academic Research Enhancement Award
Period: 9/15/10-5/31/14

Title: Effects of Exercise on SIRT1 Expression and Vascular Function
Prinicipal Investigator:  M. Brennan Harris, Ph.D.
Agency/Type: The Jeffress Memorial Trust
Period: 1/1/09-12/31/11

Title: Cardiovascular sirtuin expression following different modes of exercise
Prinicipal Investigator:  M. Brennan Harris, Ph.D.
Agency/Type: Borgenicht Program for Aging Studies and Exercise Science
Period: 1/1/09-12/31/09

Title: Effects of resistance training on coronary function in aged rats
Prinicipal Investigator:  M. Brennan Harris, Ph.D.
Agency/Type: Borgenicht Program for Aging Studies and Exercise Science
Period: 1/1/07-12/30/07

Title: Regulation of eNOS by the cell division cycle homolog, cdc37
Principal Investigator: M. Brennan Harris,
Agency/Type: NIH (R15) Academic Research Enhancement Award
Period: 1/1/06-12/31/09

Title: Physiologic responses to a 500 mile pilgrimage: El Camino de Santiago
Principal Investigator: M. Brennan Harris, Ph.D. and Michelle Wolf (student)
Agency/Type: Borgenicht Program for Aging Studies and Exercise Science and APS Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship
Period:  1/1/06-12/30/06

Title: Effects of resistance training on aging associated vascular dysfunction
Principal Investigator: M. Brennan Harris, Ph.D.
Agency/Type: Borgenicht Program for Aging Studies and Exercise Science
Period:  1/1/05-12/30/05

Title: Mechanisms of eNOS phosphorylation and activation by HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors
Principal Investigator: M. Brennan Harris, Ph.D.
Agency/Type:  American Heart Association National Center,/ Scientist Development Grant
Period: 1/1/04-12/30/07