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Gaspar Chiappa

Gaspar Chiappa
Gaspar Chiappa
Anhanguera University, University of Brasilia
University of Brasilia


Gaspar R. Chiappa is graduated in physiotherapy 1999 (Federal University of Santa Maria), master degree in Cardiology Sciences (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul), doctorate in Cardiology Sciences (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul), and post-doctoral in Exercise and Heart Failure (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul), post-doctoral in Diabetes (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul), post-doctoral in Exercise and COPD (Federal UNiversity of Sao Paulo, School of Medicine). Gaspar is full professor of Anhanguera Faculty and University of Brasilia, Brazil, as colaborate professor. I has worked with human models and animals. My research has been centralized in ventilatory response during exercise in Chronic Heart Failure, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonar Disease, HIV/AIDS, Diabetes, Hypertension, Coronary disease and sedentaries, athletes and aging effect. Recently, I have studied the profile of oxygen uptake consumption, blood flow and extraction peripheral kinetics and inspiratory muscle training. The effects of aging, gender, fitness and airway reactivity on these processes are emphasized. A second major aim is the influence of respiration on autonomic control of cardiovascular function in health and heart failure. A third series of studies is concerned with regulation of breathing in waking and sleeping humans, with specific emphasis on the pathogenesis of heart failure, the contributions from chemoreceptors to breathing stability and airway patency and the effects of novel treatments.

Research Interest

Exercise and heart failure, COPD, HIV/AIDS, Diabetes, hypertension. Cardiac rehabilitation, oxygen uptake kinetics, blood flow response. Inspiratory muscle training.