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Jamie Burr

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor
  • University of Guelph
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Research interests

Elite Athletics Cardiopulmonary Physiology Physical Activity and Chronic Disease

About

Dr. Burr obtained his PhD in exercise physiology from York University in Toronto, ON, where he trained in the Human Performance Laboratory and Chronic Disease Prevention Unit. His research focus includes both a clinical/basic science aspect as well as an applied sports component. His main health-related research focus concerns the cardiovascular and metabolic consequences of physical activity participation in regard to primary and secondary disease prevention. In the sports-performance realm, Dr. Burr has expertise in elite athlete fitness assessment and talent identification. In characterizing the physiological consequences of exposure to novel exercise stimulus from a health and fitness perspective, Dr. Burr has a unique "sports medicine" component to his research.

Co-authors (73)

Publications (5)

  • Investigating the use of pre-training measures of autonomic regulation for assessing functional overreaching in endurance athletes

    • Coates A
    • Hammond S
    • Burr J
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  • Muscle sympathetic nerve responses to passive and active one-legged cycling: Insights into the contributions of central command

    • Doherty C
    • Incognito A
    • Notay K
    • et al.
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  • Three Weeks of Overload Training Increases Resting Muscle Sympathetic Activity

    • Coates A
    • Incognito A
    • Seed J
    • et al.
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  • NARRATIVE REVIEW Blood flow restricted training: applications, mechanisms, and future directions

    • Thurston B
    • Burr J
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  • Author’s reply to da Mota and Marocolo: “The Effects of Ischemic Preconditioning on Human Exercise Performance: a Counterpoint”

    • Incognito A
    • Burr J
    • Millar P
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Editorships

European Journal of Sports Science

Associate Editor

2017 - Present

Frontiers Physiology

Associate Editor -BFR and IPC topic

2017 - Present

Health and Fitness Journal of Canada

Associate Editor

2011 - Present

Professional experience

Assistant Professor

University of Guelph

August 2015 - Present

Assistant Professor

University of Prince Edward Island

August 2012 - July 2015(3 years)

Post-Doctoral Fellow

UBC - University of British Columbia

June 2010 - July 2012(2 years)

Education

PhD

York University

September 2006 - April 2010(4 years)

MSc

York University

September 2004 - April 2006(2 years)

B.A.

The University of Western Ontario

September 1999 - April 2003(4 years)