John Quindry

John Quindry

PhD, FACSM, FCVS-APS, University of Montana, School of Integrated Physiology & Athletic Training

    John Quindry, PhD, FACSM, FCVS-APA, has two higher education degrees in exercise physiology and a doctorate in biomedical sciences from an accredited medical school. Following postdoctoral training in exercise biochemistry and cardioprotection, he built his research career on the combined topics of exercise, cardiovascular pathology, and free radical biology. The interface of these topics is highly relevant to the modern problem of air pollution inhalation, in that participation in exercise stimulates a significant increase in respiration, presumably amplifying the consumption of particulate in the air. Accordingly, Dr. Quindry’s federally funded research lab has used both animal and human (both clinical and non-clinical) models to understand the importance of the environment, physical activity/exercise, and the implications these factors may have on cardiovascular aging. Quindry’s many research publications, textbooks, and lay publications disseminate this emergent understanding of applied human physiology and cardiovascular health to people with varying interests and approaches to the topic.

    All Sessions by John Quindry

    11:15 am - 11:30 am

    Closing Remarks

    University of Montana UC Ballroom
    8:45 am - 9:00 am

    Welcome / Introduction

    University of Montana UC Ballroom

    Reed Humphry, Dean/College of Health; John Quindry, Chair/Integrated Physiology and Athletic Training Dept; Nan Condit, Silver Lining Foundation

    3:00 pm - 3:45 pm

    Physical Activity During Survivorship: Recent Research Findings on the Physiological Impacts of Exercise

    University of Montana UC Ballroom
    3:45 pm - 5:00 pm

    PANEL DISCUSSION: Can Exercise and Oncology Rehabilitation be Standardized: One Size Fits No One

    University of Montana UC Ballroom