AJP-Heart and Circulatory Podcasts

Commentary and discussion focusing on featured articles from the American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology.




episode 78: Japanese Language Podcast: Type of Resistance Exercise and Endothelial Function

In this special Japanese-language podcast, we explore an important exercise physiology question: Can high-intensity resistance exercise, combined with low repetitions, maintain endothelial function? Listen ...


 2018-07-18  9m

episode 77: Type of Resistance Exercise and Endothelial Function

Can high-intensity resistance exercise, combined with low repetitions, maintain endothelial function? Listen as Associate Editor Masafumi Kitakaze (National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center, Japan) interviews ...


 2018-07-18  8m

episode 76: Different Roles of ENaC in Carotid and Mesenteric Arteries

Are ENaC (Epithelial Na+ channels) sheer sensors in arteries? This is the central question we explore in our latest podcast, as Associate Editor Robert ...


 2018-07-11  12m

episode 75: Sex, Cycle and Contraceptive Phase on Endothelial Function

Is brachial artery endothelial function in healthy premenopausal women negatively impacted by longer term use of oral contraceptive pills? Listen as Guest Editor Milton ...


 2018-06-26  12m

episode 74: Preclinical Echocardiography: Training and Guidelines

Given the current conversations around rigor and reproducibility, and the need to reinforce scientific research to the public, our latest podcast is particularly timely. ...


 2018-06-04  13m

episode 73: MicroRNA Translocation into the Mitochondria

In this podcast, we explore the exciting field of mitochondrial transcriptomics. Guest Editor John Hollander (West Virginia University School of Medicine) interviews lead author ...


 2018-05-25  13m

episode 72: Exercise Training Increases GCH1 and Couples eNOS in Heart Failure

What is the mechanisms for the beneficial effects of exercise on coronary artery function in heart failure? Associate Editor Nancy Kanagy (University of New ...


 2018-05-24  12m

episode 71: Guidelines for Experimental Models of Myocardial Ischemia and Infarction

Myocardial infarction is a global health problem, and accordingly, treatment and prevention are the focus of a significant number of basic cardiovascular research projects. ...


 2018-03-23  21m

episode 70: Guidelines for Measuring Cardiac Physiology in Mice

With increased focus on rigor and reproducibility in basic science, is now the best time to set the record straight on measuring cardiac physiology ...


 2018-03-13  17m

episode 69: Temporal Dynamics of Acute and Chronic Heart Failure

What are the pathophysiological changes after myocardial infarction that effect the left ventricle, spleen, and kidney? Listen as Deputy Editor Merry Lindsey (University of ...


 2018-03-07  13m