Selected Recent Publications by Year


  • Rogers EM, Banks NF, Jenkins NDM. The effects of sleep disruption on metabolism, hunger, and satiety, and the influence of psychosocial stress and exercise: A narrative review. Diabetes Metab Res Rev. 2023 Jun 2;:e3667. [Epub ahead of print]. PMID: 37269143
  • Robinson AT, Jenkins NDM, Sanchez SO, Haack KKV, Lee DL, Mathis KW, Warrington JP. Supporting and promoting Black physiologists: how can the APS help?. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2023 Jun 1;324(6):H782-H785. Epub 2023 Mar 31. PMID: 37000608; PMCID: PMC10191122.
  • Rogers EM et al. Progressive Exercise Training Improves Cardiovascular Psychophysiological Outcomes in Young Adult Women with a History of Adverse Childhood Experiences. J Appl Physiol. In Press, Feb 2023.


  • Rogers EM, Banks NF, Jenkins ND. Metabolic and microvascular function assessed using near-infrared spectroscopy with vascular occlusion in women: age differences and reliability. Exp Physiol. Nov 2022.
  • Jenkins NDM and Robinson AT. How do Adverse Childhood Experiences get Under the Skin to Promote Cardiovascular Disease? A Focus on Vascular Health. Function. Jun 2021.
  • Banks NF et al. The contributory role of vascular health in age-related anabolic resistance. J Cachexia Sarcopenia Muscle. Feb 2022.

Published Abstracts

  • Jenkins et al. Adverse Childhood Experiences are Associated with Elevated Blood Pressure and Disturbed Sleep in the First Trimester of Pregnancy in Apparently Health, Young Adult Women. Circulation. November 2022, A11891.
  • Helwig et al. Adverse Childhood Experiences are Linked to High Blood Pressure During the First Trimester and Hypertensive Complications During Pregnancy. Circulation. November 2022, A10261.
  • Jenkins et al. Structured, Progressive Exercise Training Improves Cardiovascular Psychophysiological Outcomes in Young Adult Women with a History of Adverse Childhood Experiences. FASEB J. May 2022.
  • Jenkins et al. Adverse Childhood Experiences Are Linked To Disrupted Sleep And Diurnal Cortisol Concentrations In Young Adult Women. Circulation. March 2022.
  • Jones et al. Associations Of Adverse Childhood Family Environment With Adult Sedentary Behavior And Physical Activity: The Coronary Artery Risk Development In Young Adults (CARDIA) Study. Circulation. March 2022.
  • Rogers et al. Resistance Training Improves Cardiorespiratory Fitness And Maximal Fat Oxidation Similarly To Aerobic Training, But Uniquely Decreases Visceral Adipose Tissue In Previously Sedentary Postmenopausal Women. Circulation. March 2022.
  • Banks et al. Neither Resistance or Aerobic Training Improve Postprandial Lipemia or Glycemic in Post-Menopausal Women. Med Sci Sports Exerc. September 2022. 



  • Banks et al. Electromyographic amplitude versus torque relationships are different in young versus postmenopausal females and are related to muscle mass after controlling for bodyweight. Eur J Appl Physiol. Oct 2020.
  • Koemel et al. Postprandial Metabolism and Vascular Function: Impact of Aging and Physical Activity Level. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. Sep 2020.
  • Jenkins et al. Resistance exercise attenuates postprandial metabolic responses to a high-fat meal similarly in younger and older men. Nutr Res. Sep 2020.
  • Jenkins et al. Increases in motor unit action potential amplitudes are related to muscle hypertrophy following eight weeks of high-intensity exercise training in females. Eur J Sports Sci. Nov 2020.


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