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Catherine E Amara

Director,Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education

Biography

Catherine E Amara is an Postdoctoral Fellow University of Washington, 2001-2007 .Research in the Applied Muscle Health Lab combines functional measurements of exercise capacity with a biochemical approach to investigate cellular mechanisms leading to the reduced muscle mass and muscle quality that occurs with advanced age and disease. Interventions including caloric manipulation and exercise training will be used to affect change in the muscle metabolic profile and to potentially attenuate and/or reverse the reduced function of muscle in these states and restore its "health" to promote functional independence.

Recent Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals 
Gairdner, SE and Amara, CE.  Serum leptin is not correlated with body fat in severe food restriction.  Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism.  Accepted 2012.

Research Interest

Muscle health and functional capacity in aging and food restriction/anorexia
Mitochondrial function
Cardiorespiratory physiology
Exercise tolerance
DXA-derived bone mineral density and soft tissue composition in humans and small animals

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