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Hans Dreyer, PhD, PT

Associate Professor

Department of Human Physiology
University of Oregon

Contact
Email: hcdreyer@uoregon.edu
Phone: (541) 346-4107

Lead Mentor
E. Volpi, MD, PhD

Research Areas

Molecular biology tools and immunohistochemistry

Education

  • 1998 California State University Physical Therapy BS
  • 2002 University of Southern California Biokinesiology MS
  • 2004 University of Southern California Biokinesiology PhD

Current Research Funding

R01AG046401 (Dreyer) 05/15/14 – 02/28/19National Institute on Aging, NIH. Mechanistic Approach to Preventing Atrophy and Restoring Function in Older Adults. Goal: The proposed research is relevant to the strategic plan of the NIH's mission to develop fundamental knowledge about the nature and behavior of living systems and the application of knowledge to enhance health, and reduce the burdens of illness.

Recent Publications

Chicco AJ, Le CH, Gnaiger E, Dreyer HC, Muyskens JB, D'Alessandro A, Nemkov T, Hocker AD, Prenni JE, Wolfe LM, Sindt NM, Lovering AT, Subudhi AW, Roach RC. Adaptive remodeling of skeletal muscle energy metabolism in high-altitude hypoxia: Lessons from AltitudeOmics. J Biol Chem. 2018 May. Epub 2018 Mar 14. PMCID: PMC5936810.

Romero SA, Hocker AD, Mangum JE, Luttrell MJ, Turnbull DW, Struck AJ, Ely MR, Sieck DC, Dreyer HC, Halliwill JR. Update: evidence of a broad histamine footprint on the human exercise transcriptome. J Physiol. 2018 Mar 15;596(6):1103. PMCID: PMC5851890.

Romero SA, Hocker AD, Mangum JE, Luttrell MJ, Turnbull DW, Struck AJ, Ely MR, Sieck DC, Dreyer HC, Halliwill JR. Evidence of a broad histamine footprint on the human exercise transcriptome. J Physiol. 2016 Apr 9. doi: 10.1113/JP272177. [Epub ahead of print].

Dreyer HC. Tourniquet Use During Knee Replacement Surgery May Contribute to Muscle Atrophy in Older Adults. Exerc Sport Sci Rev. 2016 Apr;44(2):61-70. PMCID: PMC4795986

Muyskens JB, Hocker AD, Turnbull DW, Shah SN, Lantz BA, Jewett BA, Dreyer HC. Transcriptional profiling and muscle cross-section analysis reveal signs of ischemia reperfusion injury following total knee arthroplasty with tourniquet. Physiol Rep. 2016 Jan;4(1). pii: e12671. PMCID: PMC4760409

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