Dr. Geoff Hartley

Dr. Geoff Hartley

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Assistant Professor
Physical and Health Education

Education
PhD, Health Biosciences Brock University 2015
MSc, Kinesiology Brock University 2010
BKIH, Kinesiology with Honours Acadia University 2008
Areas of Specialization
    Cerebrovascular Physiology
    Thermal Physiology
    Neuromuscular Physiology
Research Interests

The aim of my research program is to understand the underlying mechanisms of fatigue. Specifically, my work examines the link changes in cerebral blood flow and indices of neuromuscular fatigue during environmental stress (such as hyperthermia and hypoxia).

Professional Affiliations

American College of Sports Medicine

Courses Taught

PHED 2217: Systemic Approach to Integrated Human Physiology
PHED 2036: Introduction to Biomechanics
PHED 3046: Physical Fitness Principles, Prescription & Assessment
PHED 4006: Exercise Physiology II

Publications
    Taber, M., Hartley G.L., McGarr, G., Zaharieva, D., Basset, F., Hynes Z., Haman, F., Pinet, B., Ducharme, M.B., and Cheung S.S. Cognitive performance during a 24-hour cold exposure survival simulation. BioMed Research International (in press).
    Hartley G.L., Watson, C.L., Ainslie, P.N., Tokuno, C.D., Greenway, M.J., Gabriel, D.A., O’Leary, D.D. and Cheung, S.S. Corticospinal excitability is associated with hypocapnia but not changes in cerebral blood flow. The Journal of Physiology 594: 3423-3437 (2016)
    Haman, F., O. Mantha, S.S. Cheung, M. DuCharme, M.J. Taber, D. Blondin, G.W. McGarr, G.L. Hartley, Z. Hynes, and F. Basset. Oxidative fuel selection and shivering thermogenesis during a 12 and 24h cold survival simulation. J. Appl. Physiol. (Accepted December 27, 2015).
    Montgomery, R.E., Hartley, G.L., Tyler, C.J., and Cheung, S.S. Effect of segmental, localized lower limb cooling on dynamic balance. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 47:66-73 (2015).
    McGarr, G.W., Hartley, G.L., and Cheung, S.S. Neither short-term sprint nor endurance training enhances thermal response to exercise in a hot environment. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene 11: 47-53 (2014)
    Bain, A.R., Smith, K.J., Lewis, N.C., Foster, G.E., Wildthong, K.W., Willie, C.K., Hartley, G.L., Cheung, S.S., and Ainslie, P.N. Regional changes in brain blood flow during severe passive hyperthermia; the effects of PaCO2 and extra-cranial blood flow. Journal of Applied Physiology 115: 653-9 (2013).
    Hartley, G.L. and Cheung, S.S. Freely chosen cadence during a covert manipulation of ambient temperature. Motor Control 17: 34-47 (2013).
    Hartley, G.L., Flouris, A.D., Plyley, M.J. and Cheung, S.S. The effect of a covert manipulation of ambient temperature on heat storage and voluntary exercise intensity. Physiology and Behavior 105: 1194-1201 (2012).