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Jeff Martin, PhD, MS

Jeffrey S. Martin

Jeff Martin, PhD, MS

Discipline Chair for Cellular Biology and Physiology
Campus: 
Auburn Campus
Office: 

238

Department/Discipline: 
Phone: 
334-442-4007
Fax: 
334-442-4096
Email: 
jmartin [at] auburn.vcom.edu

Current Research Projects

  • Age related changes in cardiac stem cells and their relation to functional outcomes
  • Comparative effects of NormaTec and an alternate device in the treatment of lymphedema
  • Effect of unilateral external pneumatic compression on bilateral measures of skin temperature and regional blood flow
  • Effects of a novel plant extract on cycling performance, hemodynamics and markers of red blood cell physiology
  • Efficacy of external counterpulsation (ECP) in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcer
  • Modification in sedentary behavior and its influence on blood glucose response
  • Pilot study on the efficacy of Dynamo on augmenting circulation in sports and wellness applications
  • The antiglycemic effects of a lower pressure external pneumatic compression device in type II diabetics: a molecular and applied investigation
  • The effects of a pre-workout supplement on markers of fiber recruitment and muscular fatigue
  • The effects of different protein and amino acid supplements on muscle hypertrophy after 12 weeks of resistance training in untrained men
  • The effects of red spinach extract on variables related to blood flow and exercise performance

Publications

Year Published Faculty Citation PMID
2017

Mobley CB, Mumford PW, McCarthy JJ, Miller ME, Young KC, Martin JS, Beck DT, Lockwood CM, Roberts MD. Whey protein-derived exosomes increase protein synthesis in C2C12 myotubes. J Dairy Sci. 2017 Jan;100(1):48-64. PMID: 28341051.

28341051
2015

Martin JS, Friedenreich ZD, Borges AR, Roberts MD. Pre-conditioning with an external pneumatic compression device does not acutely improve repeated Wingate performance nor passive blood lactate clearance during recovery. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 2015;40(11):1214-17.

26489050
2015

Beck DT, Casey DP, Martin JS, Sardina PD, Braith RB. Enhanced external counterpulsation reduces indices of central blood pressure and myocardial oxygen demand in patients with left ventricular dysfunction. Clinical and Experimental Physiology and Pharmacology. 2015; 42(4): 315-320.

25676084
2015

Kephart WC, Mobley CB, Fox CD, Pascoe DD, Sefton JM, Wilson TJ, Goodlett MD, Sunderland KL, Kavazis AN, Roberts MD, Martin JS. A single bout of whole-leg, peristaltic pulse external pneumatic compression upregulates PGC-1α mRNA and eNOS protein in human skeletal muscle tissue. Experimental Physiology. 2015;100(7):852-64.

25982469
2015

Laughlin MH, Padilla J, Jenkins NT, Thorne PK, Martin JS, Rector RS, Akter S, Davis JW. Exercise training causes differential changes in gene expression in diaphragm arteries and 2A arterioles of obese rats. Journal of Applied Physiology. 2015; 119(6): 604-616. PMID: 26183478.

26183478
2015

Laughlin MH, Padilla J, Jenkins NT, Thorne PK, Martin JS, Rector RS, Davis JW. Exercise-induced differential changes in gene expression among arterioles of skeletal muscles of obese rats. Journal of Applied Physiology. 2015; 119(6): 583-603.

26183477
2015

Martin JS, Borges AR, Beck DT. Peripheral conduit and resistance artery function are improved following a single, 1-h bout of peristaltic pulse external pneumatic compression. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 2015; 115(9): 2019-2029. PMID: 25981709.

25981709
2015

Martin JS, Borges AR, Christy IV JB, Beck DT. Considerations for pulse wave analysis: Side selection and peripheral arterial blood pressure calibration. Hypertension Research. 2015; 38(10): 675-683.

25787040
2015

Martin JS, Friedenreich ZD, Borges AR, Roberts MD. Acute effects of peristaltic pneumatic compression on repeated anaerobic exercise performance and blood lactate clearance. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 2015; 29(10): 2900-2906.

25756325
2015

Martin JS, Kreiger JD, Apicerno A. Effectiveness of a hybrid classroom in the delivery of medical terminology course content when compared to a traditional classroom format. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. 2015 Oct; 15(5):72-81.