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David C. Nieman

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David C. Nieman, DrPH, FACSM  (niemandc@appstate.edu;  828-773-0056)

https://transforming-science.com/appalachian-state/

David Nieman is a professor in the College of Health Sciences at Appalachian State University, and director of the Human Performance Lab at the North Carolina Research Campus (NCRC) in Kannapolis, NC (www.transforming-science.com). Dr. Nieman is a pioneer in the research area of exercise immunology, and helped establish that 1) regular moderate exercise lowers upper respiratory tract infection rates while improving immunosurveillance, 2) heavy exertion increases infection rates while causing transient changes in immune function, and 3) that carbohydrate and flavonoid ingestion by athletes attenuates exercise-induced inflammation.  Dr. Nieman’s current work is centered on investigating unique nutritional products as countermeasures to exercise- and obesity-induced immune dysfunction, inflammation, illness, and oxidative stress using a multi-omics approach.  Dr. Nieman has received $10 million in research grants and published more than 360 peer-reviewed publications in journals and books, and sits on 10 journal editorial boards including Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Nutrients, and the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism. Dr. Nieman’s Google Scholar h-index is 94, and his publications have been cited more than 32,000 times. He is the author of nine books on health, exercise science, and nutrition, including Nutritional Assessment (New York: McGraw-Hill, 2019, now in its 7th edition).  Dr. Nieman served as vice-president of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), president of SEACSM, and two terms as president of the International Society of Exercise and Immunology.  Dr. Nieman received the “100 Scholars Faculty Research Award” from ASU in 1997, the Montoye Scholar Award from the Southeastern American College of Sports Medicine in 2006, the ASU College of Fine and Applied Arts researcher of the year award in 2006, ACSM’s Citation Award in 2013, and represented ASU four times as the Oliver Max Gardner nominee (ASU’s highest award). He was an acrobatic gymnast and coach for 10 years, and has run 58 marathons (PR 2:37) and ultramarathons.

List of My Published Work in MyBibliography:  

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/myncbi/david.nieman.1/bibliograpahy/47649293/public/?sort=date&direction=ascending

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CURRICULUM VITA, DAVID CHRISTOPHER NIEMAN
Academic and Professional Education
Institution Degree Area of Specialization Date
Pacific Union College BS (magna cum laude) Physical Education 1972
Loma Linda University MPH Interdepartmental 1977
Loma Linda University DrPH Public health, nutrition, exercise 1984
Academic and/or Administrative Positions
Title Organization/Institution
Director, Human Performance Laboratory North Carolina Research Campus, Kannapolis 2008-18
Professor, Health & Exercise Science Appalachian State University 1992-
Director, Health Promotion degree program
Director, Human Performance Lab
Associate Professor, Health & Exercise Science Appalachian State Univ., Boone, NC 1990-92
Associate Professor, Chairman, Health Science Loma Linda Univ., School Public Health 1986-90
Associate Professor, Nutrition, Health Promotion Loma Linda Univ., School Public Health 1984-90
Contract Instructor, Health Promotion Loma Linda Univ., School Public Health 1983-84
Program Director, Adult Fitness Programs Loma Linda Univ., Health Promotion 1982-84
Instructor, Dept. Health & Physical Education Pacific Union College, Angwin, CA 1973-81
Instructor, Dept. Health & Physical Education Helderberg College, South Africa 1974-75
Instructor/Gymnastic Coach, Dept. of P.E. Union College, Lincoln, NE 1972-73
Membership in Scientific Societies
American College of Sports Medicine 1983-
SEACSM 1990-13
American Society for Nutrition 2007-
International Society of Exercise and Immunology 1993-
The American Physiological Society 1995-17
Honors/Awards/Professional Certification
Title
Health/Fitness Instructor, American College of Sports Medicine 1984-
Delta Omega Society 1984-
Fellow, American College of Sports Medicine 1988-
Sigma Xi, Scientific Research Society of North America 1990-
Sigma Xi, Outstanding Researcher of the Year Award, Appalachian State University 1996
Distinguished Graduate Faculty Award, Appalachian State University 1997
100 Scholars Faculty Research Award, Appalachian State University 1997
Research Travel Grant Award, Appalachian State University 1997
Board of Governors’ Appalachian State University Excellence in Teaching Award 2001
ACSM President’s Lecture 2001
SEACSM Montoye Scholar’s Award 2006
ASU College of Fine and Applied Arts, Scholarship/Creative Activity Award 2006
ASU Oliver Max Gardner nominee (4 times) 2010,2009, 2008, 2007
American College of Sports Medicine, Citation Award 2013
Piedmont Federal, High Country, Healthcare Hero Award 2014
H-Index, Citations
Google Scholar: h-index = 95; citations = 33,600 2019
Web of Science: h-index = 60; citations = 11,400Professional Service
Senior Editor, Vibrant Life (lay health magazine) 1988-95
Southeastern ACSM Executive Board 1994-96
President-elect, President, Past-President, Southeastern ACSM 2000-03
International Society for Exercise Immunology, Executive Board 1993-
President-Elect, President, Past-President, International Society for Exercise Immunology 1995-01
ACSM Board of Trustees (elected office) 2003-05
Software reviewer, Journal of the American Dietetic Association 1995-03
J Am Diet Assoc 96:418;532;632;829;1106; 1326, 1996; 97:338, 1997; 98:604;725; 937, 1998; 1996-00
99:252; 885, 1999; 100:388; 487, 2000.
Consultant, Human Kinetics (fitness software development) 1996-02
Medical Advisory Board, Tanita Corporation 1997-05
Medical Advisory Board, Bally Total Fitness Corporation 1997-05
Medical Advisory Board, HealtheTech Inc. 2001-04
Scientific Advisory Board; Health and Wellness Advisory Board, Power Plate 2007-10
Scientific Advisory Board, Quercegen Pharma 2007-13
ACSM, National Registry Board, Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist (Exam subcommittee) 1998-01
Co-inventor, patent No. 60/391,587, “System and method for monitoring weight and nutrition” 2002
Section editor, YearBook of Sports Medicine (Mosby) 1999-13
“You Asked For It” column: Vol 6 (1,2,3,4,5,6), 2002; Vol 7 (1,2,3,4,5,6), 2003;Vol 8 (1,2,3,4,5,6), 2002-10
2004; Vol 9 (1,2,3,4,5,6), 2005; Vol 10 (1,2,3,4,5,6), 2006; Vol 11 (1,2,3,4,5,6), 2007; 2008; 2009;2010.
ACSM’s Health and Fitness Summit Program Planning Committee 2002-05
Consultant, railroad industry 2000-16
Consultant, ARMGO 2007-08
ACSM Vice-President 2009-11
ACSM Program committee; ACSM Budget and Finance Committee; ACSM Research Awards Committee
Scientific Advisory Board, Marathon and Beyond 2011-15
NASA research grant reviewer 2016
NIH study section reviewer, Neurotoxicology & Alcohol (NAL), Integrative, Functional, Cognitive Neuroscience (IFCN) 2017
Service on editorial boards:
Research in Sports Medicine (formerly Sports Medicine, Training and Rehabilitation) 1991-
International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism 1993-
Exercise Immunology Review 1995-
Nutrition and Food Science 1996-
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2006-2013
Clinical Exercise Physiology 1998-03
ACSM's Health and Fitness Journal 1998-2011
Medicina Sportiva 1999-2015
The American Journal of Medicine & Sports 2000-
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 2005-
Journal of Applied Physiology 2007-2017
Journal of Forensic Biomechanics 2009-10
The Scientific World Journal 2011-
Journal of Sport and Health Science 2011-
Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 2012-
Nutrigenomics, Frontiers in Genetics and Nutrition. 2018-
Nutrients (3 special issues editor) 2018-
Journal of Science in Sport and Exercise 2018-
Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity 2018-
Associate Editor, Sport and Exercise Nutrition section of Frontiers in Nutrition 2015-
Associate Editor, Research in Sports Medicine: An International Journal 2015-
Associate Editor, Clinical Exercise Physiology 1999-02
Associate Editor, ACSM’s Health and Fitness Journal 2002-10
Advisory Board, Sci (MDPI) journal 2018-
Manuscript reviewer (past 35 years) for 142 different journals:
International Journal of Sports Medicine; Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise; Journal of the American Dietetic
Association; Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport; Journal of Applied Physiology; Sports Medicine; Journal of
Physical Activity and Aging; International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism; Medicine, Exercise,
Nutrition and Health; Physiology and Behavior; British Journal of Sports Medicine; Journal of Psychosomatic Research; Sports Medicine, Training and Rehabilitation; Acta Physiologica Scandinavica; American Journal of Physiology:
Endocrinology & Metabolism; Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology; Canadian Journal of Physiology and
Pharmacology; Vegetarian Nutrition; Exercise Immunology Annual; European Journal of Applied Physiology and
Occupational Physiology; Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine; Life Sciences; Clinical and Experimental Immunology;
Physiological Reviews; Journal of Sports Sciences; Clinical Science; Journal of Interferon & Cytokine Research; Pediatric
Research; Psychosomatic Medicine; Southern Medical Journal; Free Radical Biology & Medicine; Journal of Acquired
Immune Deficiency Syndromes; Clinical Exercise Physiology; Acta Hæmatologica; Journal of Physiology (London);
Journal of Leukocyte Biology; Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports; Journal of Athletic Training;
American Journal of Physiology - Cell Physiology; The American Journal of Medicine & Sports; Journal of Physiology;
British Journal of Nutrition; Obesity Research; Annals of Behavioral Medicine; Metabolism; BioMed Central; Critical
Reviews in Immunology; South African Journal of Sports Medicine; Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine;
Diabetes; European Journal of Clinical Nutrition; Pediatric Exercise Science; FASEB Journal; Medicinia Sportiva; The
Journal of Infectious Diseases; Journal of Nutrition Health and Aging; American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory,
Integrative, and Comparative Physiology; Journal of Women’s Health; Experimental Physiology; Journal of
Immunological Methods; Cytokine; Journal of Sports Science and Medicine; American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine;
Spinal Cord; Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry; Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism; STRESS: the
International Journal on the Biology of Stress; European Journal of Oral Sciences; Journal of Orthopedic Research;
Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism; Nutrition: The International Journal of Applied and Basic Nutritional Sciences;
Appetite; Acta Paediatrica; Agro Food Industry High Tech; American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation;
Mediators of Inflammation; Atherosclerosis; International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance; Journal of
Medicinal Foods; Clinica Chimica Acta; Nutrition Reviews; PloS One; Leukemia and Lymphoma; Inflammation Research;
International Journal of Inflammation; Nutrients; The Scientific World Journal; Clinical Endocrinology; Annals of
Hematology; Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses; Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism; Journal of Sport and Health
Science; Advances in Therapy Review; Clinical Nutrition and e-SPEN Journal; Journal of Nutrition; Scandinavian Journal
of Immunology; Journal of Sports Science and Medicine; Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research; Clinical and
Developmental Immunology; Nutrition Journal; BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation; Journal of Human
Nutrition and Dietetics; AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology; Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity; Future
Medicine; Metabolomics; Cancer Biology & Therapy; Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry; European Journal of
Sport Science; Military Medicine; Sports Medicine – Open; Cochrane Acute Respiratory Infections Group; The Journal of
Nutrition, Health and Aging; Beverages; European Journal of Nutrition; Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative
Medicine; Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging; Scandinavian Journal of Clinical & Laboratory Investigation;
Biology of Sport; Biochemistry and Biophysics Reports; American Journal of Cardiology; Scientific Reports; Archives Of
Physiology And Biochemistry; Stress and Health; Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport; Journal of the Science of Food
and Agriculture; BioMed Research International; Phytotherapy Research; Frontiers Genetics; Molecules; BioMed
Research International; Journal of Dietary Supplements; Food and Function; BMJ Open; Functional Foods; Computer
Methods and Program in Biomedicine; Journal of Immunology Research; Expert Review of Clinical Immunology;
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine; Public Health Nutrition; Complementary Therapies in
Medicine.
Courses Taught Since 1990
Course Title Location Date
HP 4200 Epidemiology Dept HLES, ASU 1992-98
HP 3200 Health Risk Appraisal Dept HLES, ASU 1991-02
HP 4100 Biostatistics Dept HLES, ASU 1991-08
HP 4100 Online-Biostatistics Dept HLES, ASU 2010-
HP 2200 Lifestyle Disease and Risk Reduction Dept HLES, ASU 1991-08
HP2200 Online-Lifestyle Disease Dept HLES, ASU 2010-2017
HP 1105 Health and Fitness Dept HLES, ASU 1990-94
Previous classes: Health Program Planning, Carbohydrates, Public Health Nutrition, Assessment of Nutritional Status,
Seminar in Nutrition and Exercise, Exercise Physiology.
University Service on Committees Since 1990
Health Promotion Advisory 1992-08
Institutional Review Board for Human Research 1993-12
University Research Council 1993-99
Human Performance Lab 1996-
Search Committee, Graduate Dean 1996-97
Graduate Program Review subcommittee (Biology) 1998
ASU Travel Grant Committee 1998ASU Scientific Misconduct Committee 1999
ASU Research Strategic Planning Committee 1999
Search Committee, HLES Chairperson 2002-05
Search Committee, Nursing 2006
ASU Strategic Planning: Research Targeted Areas 2006-08
NCRC Directors 2008-
NCRC Faculty Search Committee 2014-
Publications: Books
1. Nieman DC. Exercise Testing and Prescription: A Health-Related Approach. New York: McGraw-Hill; 1st edition 1986; 2nd
edition 1990; revised 2nd edition, 1991, with ancillaries; 3rd edition, 1995, with ancillaries; 4th edition, 1999, with ancillary; 5th
edition, with ancillaries, 2003; 6th edition, with ancillaries, 2007; 7th edition, 2011.
2. Nieman DC, Butterworth D, Nieman CN. Nutrition. Dubuque: WmC Brown Publishers, 1990. Revised 1st edition, 1992.
3. Nieman DC. Nutritional Assessment (7th edition, 2018). New York, NY: McGraw Hill Education.
Lee RD, Nieman DC. Nutritional Assessment. Dubuque: WmC Brown Publishers, 1st edition 1993. St. Louis: Mosby, 2nd edition,
1996; 3rd edition, 2003; 4th edition, 2007; 5th edition, 2010; 6th edition, 2013; 7th edition, 2019.
4. Nieman DC. The Adventist Healthstyle. Hagerstown: Review and Herald Publishing, 1992.
5. Nieman DC. Fitness and Your Health. Palo Alto: Bull Publishing, 1993, with ancillaries; Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt, 2005 (3rd
ed), 2007 (4th ed), 2009 (5th ed), 2011 (6th ed), 2015 (7th ed), 2016, 2019 (8th ed), with ancillaries.
6. Nieman DC. The Exercise-Health Connection. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers, 1998. Translated into Portuguese:
Exercício E Saude. Sâo Paulo, Brazil: Editora Manole Ltda, 1999.
7. Nieman DC. Assessing Body Composition. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers, 1999.
8. Nieman DC, Pedersen BK (eds). Nutrition and Exercise Immunology. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2000.
9. Shephard RJ, Cantu RC, Feldman DE, Jankowski CM, McCrory P, Nieman DC, Pierrynowski MR, Rowland T, Shrier I. The Year
Book of Sports Medicine. St. Louis: Mosby, 2000; 2001; 2002; 2003; 2004; 2005; 2006; 2007; 2008; 2009; 2010; 2011;2012;2013.
10. ACSM’s Resources for Clinical Exercise Physiology: Musculoskeletal, Neuromuscular, Neoplastic, Immunologic, and
Hematologic Conditions. Myers JN, Herbert WG, Humphrey R, Figoni SF, Nieman DC, Pitetti KH (eds). Philadelphia: Lippincott
Williams & Wilkens, 2002; 2009 (co-senior editor).
Publications: Peer-Reviewed Research Articles, Review Papers, and Book Chapters 1. Nieman DC, Nieman CN. A comparative study of two microcomputer nutrient data bases with the USDA Nutrient Data Base for Standard Reference. J Am Diet
Assoc 87:930-932, 1987.
2. Nieman DC, Carlson KA, Brandstater ME, Naegele RT, Blankenship JW. Running endurance in 27-hour fasted humans. J Appl Physiol 63:2502-2509, 1987.
3. Nieman DC, Dizon G, De Guia E, Haig JL, Register UD. Reducing diet and exercise training effects on resting metabolic rates in mildly obese women. J Sports
Med Phys Fit 28:79-88, 1988.
4. Berk LS, Nieman DC, Tan SA, et. al. Stress from maximal exercise modifies T-helper and T-suppressor lymphocyte subpopulations and their ratio in man. Exerc
Physiol: Current Selected Research 3:1-11, 1988.
5. Nieman DC, George DM. Personality traits that correlate with success in distance running. J Sports Med Phys Fit 27:345-356, 1987.
6. Nieman DC. Vegetarian dietary practices and endurance performance. Am J Clin Nutr 48:754-761, 1988.
7. Segebartt KS, Nieman DC, Pover NK, Arabatzis K. Psychological well-being in physically active and inactive healthy young old to very old women. Ann Sports
Med 4:130-136, 1988.
8. Nieman DC, Butler JV, Pollett LM, Dietrich SJ, Lutz RD. Nutrient intake of marathon runners. J Am Diet Assoc 89:1273-1278, 1989.
9. Nieman DC, Sherman KM, Arabatzis K, Underwood BC, Barbosa JC, Johnson M, Shultz TD, Lee JW. Hematological, anthropometric, and metabolic comparisons
between vegetarian and nonvegetarian elderly women. Int J Sports Med 10:243-251, 1989.
10. Nieman DC, Johansen LM, Lee JW. Infectious episodes in runners before and after a road race. J Sports Med Phys Fit 29:289-96, 1989.
11. Nieman DC, Tan SA, Lee JW, Berk LS. Complement and immunoglobulin levels in athletes and sedentary controls. Int J Sports Med 10:124-128, 1989.
12. Nieman DC, Gates JR, Butler JV, Pollett LM, Dietrich SJ, Lutz RD. Supplementation patterns in marathon runners. J Am Diet Assoc 89:1615-1619, 1989.
13. Nieman DC, Underwood BC, Arabatzis K, Sherman KM, Barbosa JC, Johnson M, Shultz TD. Dietary status in Seventh-day Adventist vegetarian and
nonvegetarian elderly women. J Am Diet Assoc 89:1763-1769, 1989.
14. Nieman DC, Berk LS, Simpson-Westerberg M, Arabatzis K, Youngberg WS, Tan SA, Lee JW, Eby WC. Effects of long endurance running on immune system
parameters and lymphocyte function in experienced marathoners. Int J Sports Med 10:317-323, 1989.
15. Nieman DC, Johansen LM, Lee JW, Cermak J, Arabatzis K. Infectious episodes in runners before and after the Los Angeles Marathon. J Sports Med Phys Fit
30:316-328, 1990.
16. Crespo CJ, Nieman DC, Vitolins M. Accuracy of a piezoelectric crystal microphone interfaced through an audio amplifier board for use in an automated blood
pressure device. Biomed Instrum Technol 24:278-282, 1990.
17. Berk LS, Nieman DC, Youngberg WS, Arabatzis K, Simpson-Westerberg M, Lee JW, Tan SA, Eby WC. The effects of long endurance running on natural killer
cells in marathoners. Med Sci Sports Exerc 22:207-212, 1990.
18. Nieman DC, Pover NK, Segebartt KS, Arabatzis K, Johnson M, Dietrich SJ. Hematological, anthropometric, and metabolic comparisons between active and
inactive healthy old old to very old women. Ann Sports Med 5:2-8, 1990.
19. Barbosa JC, Shultz TD, Filley SJ, Nieman DC. The relationship among adiposity, diet, and hormone concentrations in vegetarian and nonvegetarian
postmenopausal women. Am J Clin Nutr 51:798-803, 1990.
20. Nieman DC, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Markoff PA, Balk-Lamberton AJ, Yang H, Chritton DBW, Lee JW, Arabatzis K. The effects of moderate exercise training on
natural killer cells and acute upper respiratory tract infections. Int J Sports Med 11:467-473, 1990.
21. Nieman DC, Onasch LM, Lee JW. The effects of moderate exercise training on nutrient intake in mildly obese women. J Am Diet Assoc 90:1557-1562, 1990.
22. Nieman DC, Haig JL, Fairchild KS, De Guia ED, Dizon GP, Register UD. Reducing diet and exercise training effects on serum lipids and lipoproteins in mildly
obese women. Am J Clin Nutr 52:640-645, 1990.
23. Cramer SR, Nieman DC, Lee JW. The effects of moderate exercise training on personality traits in women. Ann Sports Med 5:128-132, 1990.
24. Lee JW, Nieman DC. A nomogram for calculation of aerobic capacity from cycle ergometry. Ann Sports Med 5:163-165, 1990.25. Nieman DC. Nutrition and physical performance, in Hodgkin G (ed): Diet Manual: Including A Vegetarian Meal Plan (7th edition). Loma Linda University,
1990.
26. Luna P, Lee JW, Nieman DC, Hopp JW. Predicting sum of skinfolds in children using a multiple regression equation. Wellness Perspectives: Research, Theory
and Practice 7(4):3-23, 1991.
27. Cramer SR, Nieman DC, Lee JW. The effect of moderate exercise training on psychological wellbeing and mood state in women. J Psychosom Res 35:437-449,
1991.
28. Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Nieman DC, Balk-Lamberton AJ, Markoff PA, Arabatzis K, Chritton DBW, Gusewitch G, Lee JW. The effects of moderate exercise
training on immune response. Med Sci Sports Exerc 23:64-70, 1991.
29. Nieman DC, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. The effects of acute and chronic exercise on immunoglobulins. Sports Med 11:183-201, 1991.
30. Nieman DC. Exercise and immunity. Sports Med Digest 13(1):1-3, January 1991.
31. Lee RD, Nieman DC, Raval R, Blankenship JW, Lee JW. The effects of acute moderate exercise on serum lipids and lipoproteins in women. Int J Sports Med
12:537-542, 1991.
32. Nieman DC, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Donohue KM, Chritton DBW, Haddock BL, Stout RW, Lee JW. The effects of acute moderate exercise on leukocyte and
lymphocyte subpopulations. Med Sci Sports Exerc 23:578-585, 1991.
33. Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Nieman DC, Jessen J, Chang L, Gusewitch G, Blix GG, Ashley E. The effects of acute moderate exercise on lymphocyte function and
serum immunoglobulins. Int J Sports Med 12:391-398, 1991.
34. Nieman DC, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL: Effects of endurance exercise on immune response, in Shephard RJ, Astrand PO (eds): Endurance in Sport, Oxford,
England, Blackwell Scientific Publications LTD, 1992.
35. Nieman DC, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL: Exercise and infection. In Eisinger M, Watson RW (eds): Exercise and Disease, Boca Raton, FL, CRC Press, Inc., 1992.
36. Nieman DC, Butterworth DE, Nieman CN, Lee KE, Lee RD. Comparison of six microcomputer dietary analysis systems with the USDA Nutrient Data Base for
Standard Reference. J Am Diet Assoc 92:48-59, 1992.
37. Heath GW, Macera CA, Nieman DC. Exercise and upper respiratory tract infections: is there a relationship? Sport Med 14:353-365, 1992.
38. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Johnson R, Lebeck L, Davis JM, Nehlsen-Cannarella. Effects of brief, heavy exertion on circulating lymphocyte subpopulations and
proliferative response. Med Sci Sports Exerc 24:1339-1345, 1992.
39. Nieman DC. Exercise, immunity and respiratory infections. Sports Science Exchange 4(39):1-6, 1992. (Reprinted in Swimming Technique, August-October,
1994).
40. Sparling PB, Nieman DC, O'Connor PJ. Selected scientific aspects of marathon training: an update on fluid replacement, immune function, psychological factors
and the gender difference. Sports Med 15:116-132, 1993.
41. Warren BJ, Nieman DC, Dotson RG, Adkins CH, O'Donnell KA, Haddock BL, Butterworth DE. Cardiorespiratory responses to exercise training in septuagenarian
women. Int J Sports Med 14:60-65, 1993.
42. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Gusewitch G, Warren BJ, Dotson RC, Butterworth DE, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. Physical activity and immune function in elderly
women. Med Sci Sports Exerc 25:823-831, 1993.
43. Butterworth DE, Nieman DC, Perkins R, Warren BJ, Dotson RG. Exercise training and nutrient intake in elderly women. J Am Diet Assoc 93:653-657, 1993.
44. Nieman DC, Warren BJ, O'Donnell KA, Dotson RG, Butterworth DE, Henson DA. Physical activity and serum lipids and lipoproteins in elderly women. J Am
Geriatr Assoc 41:1339-1344, 1993.
45. Nieman DC, Warren BJ, Dotson RC, Butterworth DE, Henson DA. Physical activity, psychological well-being, and mood state in elderly women. J Aging Phys
Act 1:22-33, 1993.
46. Warren BJ, Dotson RG, Nieman DC, Butterworth DE. Validation of a one-mile walk test in elderly women. J Aging Phys Act 1:13-21, 1993.
47. Hinkleman L, Nieman DC. The effects of a walking program on body composition and serum lipids and lipoproteins in overweight women. J Sports Med Phys Fit
33:49-58, 1993.
48. Nieman, D.C. Physical activity, fitness and infection. In: C. Bouchard, R.J. Shephard, and T. Stephens (eds). Physical Activity, Fitness, and Health: International
Proceedings and Consensus Statement. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Books, 1994, pp. 796-813.
49. Nieman DC. Exercise and upper respiratory tract infections. Sports Med Train Rehab 4:1-14, 1993.
50. Nieman DC, Miller AR, Henson DA, Warren BJ, Gusewitch G, Johnson RL, Davis JM, Butterworth DE, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. The effects of high- versus
moderate-intensity exercise on natural killer cell cytotoxic activity. Med Sci Sports Exerc 25:1126-1134, 1993.
51. Nieman DC, Miller AR, Henson DA, Warren BJ, Gusewitch G, Johnson RL, Davis JM, Butterworth DE, Herring JL, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. The effects of high
versus moderate-intensity exercise on lymphocyte subpopulations and proliferative response. Int J Sports Med 15:199-206, 1994.
52. Nieman DC, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. The immune response to exercise. Sem Hematol 31:166-179, 1994.
53. Nieman DC. Exercise, upper respiratory tract infection, and the immune system. Med Sci Sports Exerc 26:128-139, 1994.
54. Nieman DC, Henson DA. Role of endurance exercise in immune senescence. Med Sci Sports Exerc 26:172-181, 1994.
55. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Sampson CS, Herring J, Suttles J, Conley M, Stone MH, Butterworth DE, Davis M. Acute immune response to exhaustive resistance
exercise. Int J Sports Med 16:323-328, 1995.
56. Butterworth DE, Nieman DC, Underwood BC, Lindsted KD. The relationship between cardiorespiratory fitness, physical activity, and dietary quality. Int J Sports
Nutr 4:289-298, 1994.
57. Huddy DC, Nieman DC, Johnson RL. Relationship between body image and percent body fat among college male varsity athletes and nonathletes. Percep Motor
Skills 77:851-857, 1993.
58. Butterworth DE, Nieman DC, Butler JV, Herring JL. Feeding patterns of marathon runners. Int J Sports Nutr 4:1-7, 1994.
59. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Sampson C, Herring JL, Suttles J, Conley M, Stone MH. Natural killer cell cytotoxic activity in weight lifters and sedentary controls. J
Strength Cond Res 8(4):251-254, 1994.
60. Nieman DC. Immunology and sports, in Johnson RJ, Lombardo J (eds), Current Review of Sports Medicine. Philadelphia: Current Medicine, 1994, pp 304-314.
61. Nieman DC. The exercise test as a component of the total fitness evaluation. Primary Care 21:569-587, 1994.
62. Nieman DC. Exercise, infection, and immunity. Int J Sports Med 15:S131-S141, 1994.
63. Nieman DC. Exercise, infection, and immune function. In Torg JS, Shephard RJ (eds). Current Therapy Sports Medicine. Philadelphia: Mosby, 1995, p. 506-511.
64. Nieman DC. Immune function. In Gisolfi CV, Lamb DR, Nadel E (eds). Perspectives in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine, Volume 8: Exercise in Older
Adults. Carmel, IN: Cooper Publishing Group, 1995, pp. 435-461.
65. Nieman DC, Brendle D, Henson DA, Suttles J, Cook VD, Warren BJ, Butterworth DE, Fagoaga OR, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. Immune function in athletes versus
nonathletes. Int J Sports Med 16:329-333, 1995.
66. Nieman DC, Cook VD, Henson DA, Suttles J, Rejeski WJ, Ribisl PM, Fagoaga OR, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. Moderate exercise training and natural killer cell
cytotoxic activity in breast cancer patients. Int J Sports Med 16:334-337, 1995.
67. Nieman DC, Haddock BL. Exercise and aging: can regular exercise slow the aging process? Sports Med Digest 17(1):1-4, 1995.
68. Nieman DC. Effect of long term training on the immune system and resistance to infectious disease. In: Maughan RJ, Shirreffs SM (eds). Proceedings of the 9th
International Conference, Biochemistry of Exercise. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers, 1996;383-398.
69. Nieman DC. Exercise, immunity and respiratory infections. Swimming Technique, August-October, 1994.
70. Nieman DC. The effect of exercise on immune function. Bull Rheumatic Dis 43(8):5-9,1994.
71. Nieman DC, Buckley KS, Henson DA, Warren BJ, Suttles J, Ahle JC, Simandle S, Fagoaga OR, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. Immune function in marathon runners
versus sedentary controls. Med Sci Sports Exerc 27:986-992, 1995.
72. Nieman DC, Simandle S, Henson DA, Warren BJ, Suttles J, Davis JM, Buckley KS, Ahle JC, Butterworth DE, Fagoaga OR, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. Lymphocyte
proliferation response to 2.5 hours of running. Int J Sports Med 16:404-408, 1995.73. Nieman DC, Ahle JC, Henson DA, Warren BJ, Suttles J, Davis JM, Buckley KS, Simandle S, Butterworth DE, Fagoaga OR, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL.
Indomethacin does not alter the natural killer cell response to 2.5 hours of running. J Appl Physiol 79:748-755, 1995.
74. Lee RD, Nieman DC, Rainwater M. Comparison of eight microcomputer dietary analysis programs with the USDA Nutrient Data Base for Standard Reference. J
Am Diet Assoc 95:858-867, 1995.
75. Nieman DC. Prolonged aerobic exercise, immune response, and risk of infection. In Hoffman-Goetz L (ed), Exercise and the Immune Function. Boca Raton, FL,
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76. Nieman DC, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Henson DA, Butterworth DE, Fagoaga OR, Warren BJ, Rainwater MK. Immune response to obesity and moderate weight
loss. Int J Obesity 20:353-360, 1996.
77. Nieman DC. Upper respiratory tract infections and exercise. Thorax 50(12):1229-1231, 1995.
78. Nieman DC. The immune response to prolonged cardiorespiratory exercise. Am J Sports Med 24:S98-S103, 1996.
79. Nieman DC. Programming for the healthy adult. In: Cotton R (ed), Personal Trainer Manual. San Diego: American Council on Exercise, 1996, pp. 308-323.
80. Nieman DC, Eichner RE. Can regular exercise slow down the aging process? Patient and Fitness 10(1):6-17, 1995/1996.
81. Calabrese LH, Nieman DC. Exercise, immunity, and infection. J Am Osteopath Assoc 96:166-176, 1996.
82. Nieman DC. Exercise immunology: practical applications. Int J Sports Med 18 (suppl 1):S91-S100, 1997. (Editorial: Second Symposium of the International
Society of Exercise and Immunology. Int J Sports Med 18:S1, 1997.
83. Nieman DC. Immunologic changes associated with strenuous exercise. Clin J Sports Med (B9T) 6:140, 1996.
84. Nieman DC. Effects of athletic training on infection rates and immunity. In Kreider, R.B., A.C. Fry, and M. O’Toole. Overtraining In Sport. Champaign, IL:
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85. Nieman DC. Exercise, infection, and immunity: practical applications. In Committee on Military Nutrition Research, Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of
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86. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Butterworth DE, Warren BJ, Davis JM, Fagoaga OR, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. Vitamin C supplementation does not alter the immune
response to 2.5 hours of running. Int J Sports Nutr 7:173-184, 1997.
87. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Garner EB, Butterworth DE, Warren BJ, Utter A, Davis JM, Fagoaga OR, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. Carbohydrate affects natural killer
cell redistribution but not activity after running. Med Sci Sports Exercise 29:1318-1324, 1997.
88. Nieman DC, Brock DW, Butterworth D, Utter AC, Nieman CN. Reducing diet and/or exercise training decreases the lipid and lipoprotein risk factors of
moderately obese women. J Am College Nutr 21:344-350, 2002.
89. Nieman DC, Butterworth DE, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Henson DA, Fagoaga OR. Animal product intake and immune function. Veg Nutr: Int J 1:5-11, 1997.
90. Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Fagoaga OR, Nieman DC, Henson DA, Butterworth DE, Bailey E, Warren BJ, Davis JM. Carbohydrate and the cytokine response to 2.5
hours of running. J Appl Physiol 82:1662-1667, 1997.
91. Nieman DC, Fagoaga OR, Butterworth DE, Warren BJ, Utter A, Davis JM, Henson DA, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. Carbohydrate supplementation affects
granulocyte and monocyte trafficking but not function after 2.5 hours of running. Am J Clin Nutr 66:153-159, 1997.
92. Utter A, Kang J, Nieman DC, Warren BJ. Effect of carbohydrate substrate availability on ratings of perceived exertion during prolonged running. Int J Sports Nutr
7:274-285, 1997.
93. Nieman DC. Immune response to heavy exertion. J Appl Physiol 82:1385-1394, 1997.
94. Henson DA, Nieman DC, Parker JCD, Rainwater MK, Butterworth DE, Warren BJ, Utter A, Davis JM, Fagoaga OR, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. Carbohydrate
supplementation and the lymphocyte proliferative response to long endurance running. Int J Sports Med 19:574-580, 1998.
95. Woods J, Davis JM, Smith JA, Nieman DC. Exercise and cellular innate immune function. Med Sci Sports Exerc 31:57-66, 1999.
96. Nieman DC. Physical fitness and vegetarian diets: is there a relation? Am J Clin Nutr 70(suppl):570S-575S, 1999.
97. Nieman DC. Carbohydrates or fats: which is best for endurance exercise? Veg Nutr: Int J 1:17-21, 1997.
98. Nieman DC. Moderate exercise boosts the immune system: too much exercise can have the opposite effect. ACSM’s Health and Fitness Journal 1(5):14-18,
1997.
99. Kramer JB, Stone MH, O'Bryant HS, Conley MS, Johnson RL, Nieman DC, Honeycutt DR, Hoke TP. Effects of single versus multiple sets of weight training
exercises on body composition and maximum leg and hip strength. J Stren Cond Res 11:143-147, 1997.
100. Nieman DC. Risk of upper respiratory tract infection in athletes: an epidemiologic and immunologic perspective. J Athletic Train 32:344-349, 1997.
101. Haff GG, Stone MH, Warren BJ, Keith R, Johnson RL, Nieman DC, Williams F, Kirksey BK. The effect of carbohydrate supplementation on multiple sessions
and bouts of resistance exercise. J Str Cond Res 13:111-117, 1999.
102. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Utter A, Butterworth DE, Fagoaga OR. Influence of obesity on immune function. J Am Diet Assoc 99:294-299,
1999.
103. Nieman DC, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Henson DA, Koch AJ, Butterworth DE, Fagoaga OR, Utter A. Immune response to exercise training and/or energy
restriction in obese females. Med Sci Sports Exerc 30:679-686, 1998.
104. Nieman DC. Exercise and resistance to infection. Can J Physiol Pharmacol 76:573-80, 1998.
105. Nieman DC, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Fagoaga OR, Henson DA, Utter A, Davis JM, Williams F, Butterworth DE. Influence of mode and carbohydrate on the
cytokine response to heavy exertion. Med Sci Sports Exerc 30:671-678, 1998.
106. Nieman DC, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Fagoaga OR, Henson DA, Utter A, Davis JM, Williams F, Butterworth DE. Effects of mode and carbohydrate on the
granulocyte and monocyte response to intensive, prolonged exercise. J Appl Physiol 84:1252-1259, 1998.
107. Utter AC, Nieman DC, Ward AN, Butterworth DE. Use of the leg-to-leg bioelectrical impedance method in assessing body composition changes in obese women.
Am J Clin Nutr 69:603-607, 1999.
108. Nieman DC. Exercise, the immune system, and infectious disease. In: Garrett WE, Kirdendall DT (eds.). Exercise and Sport Science. Philadelphia: Lippincott
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109. Nieman DC. The human body: designed for action. ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal 2:30-34, 1998.
110. Henson DA, Nieman DC, Blodgett AD, Bolton MR, Butterworth DE, Utter AC, Davis JM, Sonnenfeld G, Morton DS, Fagoaga OR, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL.
Influence of exercise mode and carbohydrate on the immune response to prolonged exercise. Int J Sport Nutr 9:213-228, 1999.
111. Pedersen BK, Nieman DC. Exercise immunology: integration and regulation. Immunology Today 19:204-206, 1998.
112. Utter AC, Nieman DC, Shannonhouse EM, Butterworth DE, Nieman CN. Influence of diet and/or exercise on body composition and cardiorespiratory fitness in
obese women. Int J Sport Nutr 8:213-222, 1998.
113. Nieman DC. Exercise and respiratory infection. In: Rippe J (ed). Textbook of Medicine, Exercise,Nutrition and Health. Baltimore: Blackwell Science, Inc.,
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114. Nieman DC. Influence of carbohydrate on the immune response to intensive, prolonged exercise. Exerc Immunol Rev 4:64-76, 1998.
115. Nieman DC. Arthritis (Chapter 15). In: Cotton RT, Andersen RE (eds). Clinical Exercise Specialist Manual. San Diego: American Council of Exercise, 1999.
116. Nieman DC. Cancer (Chapter 14). In: Cotton RT, Andersen RE (eds). Clinical Exercise Specialist Manual. San Diego: American Council of Exercise, 1999.
117. Nieman DC, Pedersen BK. Exercise and immune function: recent developments. Sports Med 2:73-80, 1999. Reprinted in: Shanahan JN (editor). Exercise for
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118. Nieman DC. Immunity in athletes: current issues. Gatorade Sports Science Exchange 11:1-6, 1998.
119. Nieman DC, Custer WF, Butterworth DE, Utter AC, Henson DA. Psychological response to exercise training and/or energy restriction in obese women. J
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120. Utter AC, Kang J, Nieman DC, Williams F, Robertson RJ, Henson DA, Davis JM, Butterworth DE. Effect of carbohydrate ingestion and hormonal responses on
ratings of perceived exertion during prolonged cycling and running. Eur J Appl Physiol 80:92-99, 1999.
121. Utter AC, Whitcomb DC, Nieman DC, Butterworth DE, Vermillion SS. Effects of exercise training on gallbladder function in an obese female population. Med Sci Sports Exerc 32:41-45, 2000.
122. Nieman DC. Exercise immunology: integration and regulation. Int J Sports Med 19:S171, 1998.
123. Nieman DC, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Fagoaga OR, Henson DA, Shannon M, Hjertman JME, Schmitt RL, Bolton MR, Austin MD, Schilling BK, Thorpe R.
Immune function in female elite rowers and nonathletes. Br J Sports Med 34:181-187, 2000.
124. Nieman DC, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Fagoaga OR, Henson DA, Shannon M, Davis JM, Austin MD, Hisey CL, Holbeck JC, Hjertman JME, Bolton MR, Schilling
BK. Immune response to two hours of rowing in female elite rowers. Int J Sports Med 20:476-481, 1999.
125. Nieman DC. Endurance exercise and the immune response. In Shephard RJ, Åstrand P-O. Endurance in Sport (2nd edition). Oxford, UK: Blackwell Science,
2000, pp. 731-746.
126. Henson DA, Nieman DC, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Fagoaga OR, Shannon M, Bolton MR, Davis JM, Gaffney CT, Kelln WJ, Austin MD, Hjertman JME, Schilling
BK. Influence of carbohydrate on cytokine and phagocytic responses to 2 h of rowing. Med Sci Sports Exerc 32:1384-1389, 2000.
127. Nieman DC. Nutrition, exercise and immune system function. Clin Sports Med 18:537-548, 1999.
128. Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Nieman DC, Fagoaga OR, Kelln WJ, Henson DA, Shannon M, Davis JM. Salivary immunoglobulins in elite female rowers and controls.
Eur J Appl Physiol 81:222-228, 2000.
129. Nieman DC. Recreational and competitive athletes. In Handbook to Vegetarian Nutrition. Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2001.
130. Nieman DC. Influence of carbohydrate on the immune response to intensive, prolonged exercise. In: Talwar GP, Nath I, Ganguly NK, Rao KVS (eds). The 10th
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131. Nieman DC. Health Screening. In: ACE’s Group Fitness Instructor Manual. San Diego: American Council of Exercise, 2000, pp. 127-139.
132. Nieman DC. Exercise immunology: Future directions for research related to athletes, nutrition, and the elderly. Int J Sports Med 21(suppl 1):S61-S68, 2000.
133. Cable A, Nieman DC, Austin M, Hogen E, Utter AC. Validity of leg-to-leg bioelectrical impedance measurement in males. J Sports Med Phys Fitness 41:411-
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134. Nieman DC. Carbohydrates and the immune response to prolonged exertion. In: Nieman DC, Pedersen BK (eds). Nutrition and Exercise Immunology. Boca
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135. Pedersen BK, Nieman DC. Exercise, immune function and nutrition --- summary and future perspectives. In: Nieman DC, Pedersen BK (eds). Nutrition and
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136. Nieman DC. Exercise soothes arthritis: joint effects. ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal 4(3):20-27, 2000.
137. Nieman DC. Is infection risk linked to exercise workload? Med Sci Sports Exerc 32 (suppl 7):S406-S411, 2000.
138. Jung AP, Nieman DC. An evaluation of home exercise equipment claims: Too good to be true. ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal 4(5):14-16, 30,31, 2000.
139. Nieman DC, Kernodle MW, Henson DA, Sonnenfeld G, Morton DS. The acute response of the immune system to tennis drills in adolescent athletes. Res Quart
Exerc Sport 71:403-408, 2000.
140. Henson DA, Nieman DC, Kernodle MW, Sonnenfeld G, Morton D, Thompson MP. Immune function in adolescent tennis athletes and controls. Sports Med Train
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141. Nieman DC. Prevention of upper respiratory tract infection in endurance athletes. Int Sport Med J 1(2):May, 2000.
142. Nieman DC. Exercise immunology: current perspectives for athletes. Deutsche Zeitschrift Für Sportmedizin 51(9):291-296, 2000.
143. Nieman DC. Exercise effects on systemic immunity. Immunol Cell Biol 78:496-501, 2000.
144. Nieman DC. Exercise, immunology and nutrition. In Simopoulos AP, Pavlou KN (eds). Nutrition and Fitness: Metabolic Studies in Health and Disease. World
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145. Nieman DC, Peters EM, Henson DA, Nevines E, Thompson MM. Influence of vitamin C supplementation on cytokine changes following an ultramarathon. J
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146. Jung AP, Nieman DC, Kernodle MW. Prediction of maximal aerobic power in adolescents from cycle ergometry. Ped Exerc Sci 13:167-172, 2001.
147. Peters EM, Anderson R, Nieman DC, Fickl H, Jogessar V. Vitamin C supplementation attenuates the increases in circulating cortisol, epinephrine and anti
inflammatory polypeptides following ultramarathon running. Int J Sports Med 22:537-543, 2001.
148. Nieman DC. Nutrition, physical activity, and immunity. Nutrition in Practice, July, 2000.
149. Nieman DC. The exercise test as a component of the total fitness evaluation. Prim Care 28:119-135, 2001.
150. Benezra LM, Nieman DC, Nieman CN, Melby C, Cureton K, Schmidt D, Howley ET, Costello C, Hill JO, Mault JR, Alexander H, Stewart DJ, Osterberg K.
Intakes of most nutrients remain at acceptable levels during a weight management program using the food exchange system. J Am Diet Assoc 101:554-561, 2001.
151. Powell LA, Nieman DC, Melby C, Cureton K, Schmidt D, Howley ET, Costello C, Hill JO, Mault JR, Alexander H, Stewart DJ. Assessment of body composition
change in a community-based weight management program. J Am Coll Nutr 20:26-31, 2001.
152. Utter AC, Robertson RJ, Nieman DC, Kang J. Children’s OMNI scale of perceived exertion: walking/running evaluation. Med Sci Sports Exerc 34:139-144,
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153. Nieman DC. Risk of infection and immunosuppression in Olympic endurance athletes. In: Olympic Games, Athens, 2004.
154. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Fagoaga OR, Utter AC, Vinci DM, Davis JM, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. Change in salivary IgA following a competitive marathon race.
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155. Nieman DC. Influence of physical activity in immunesenescence. In Physical Fitness and Health Promotion in Active Aging. Shiraki K, Sagawa S, Yousef MK
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156. Katz P, Brandt K, Davis G, Rojas-Fernandez C, Ferrell B, Ganz S, Levy R, Nieman DC, Young MA. American Geriatrics Society Panel on Exercise and
Osteoarthritis. Exercise prescription for older adults with osteoarthritis pain: consensus practice recommendations. A supplement to the AGS Clinical Practice
Guidelines on the management of chronic pain in older adults. J Am Geriatr Soc 49:808-823, 2001.
157. Utter AC, Scott JR, Oppliger RA, Visich PS, Goss FL, Marks BL, Nieman DC, Smith BW. A comparison of leg-to-leg bioelectrical impedance and skinfolds in
assessing body fat in collegiate wrestlers. J Strength Cond Res 15:157-160, 2001.
158. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Smith LL, Utter AC, Vinci DM, Davis JM, Kaminsky DE, Shute M. Cytokine changes after a marathon race. J Appl Physiol 91:109-
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159. Nieman DC. Does exercise alter immune function and respiratory infections? President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, Research Digest, Series 3, No.
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160. Nieman DC. Exercise and immune function: Nutritional influences. In Advances in Equine Nutrition III (Editor, J.D. Pagan). Nottingham, UK: Nottingham
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161. Utter AC, Kang J, Robertson RJ, Nieman DC, Chaloupka E, Suminski RR, Piccinni CR. Effect of carbohydrate ingestion on ratings of perceived exertion during a
marathon. Med Sci Sports Exerc 34:1779-1784, 2002.
162. Henson DA, Nieman DC, Pistilli EE, Schilling B, Colacino AR, Utter AC, Fagoaga OR, Vinci DM, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. Influence of carbohydrate and age on
lymphocyte function following a marathon. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab 14:308-322, 2004.
163. Brock DW, Nieman DC, Utter AC, Harris GW, Rossi SJ. A comparison of leg-to-leg bioelectrical impedance and underwater weighing methods in measuring
body composition in Caucasian and African American football athletes. Sports Med Train Rehab 10(2):95-104, 2001.
164. Nieman DC. Exercise, infection, and the immune system. Sport & Medicine Today, 2002.
165. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Fagoaga OR, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL, Sonnenfeld G, Utter AC. Influence of body composition and peak VO2 on immune function in
children. Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord 26:822-829, 2002.
166. Pistilli EE, Nieman DC, Henson DA, Kaminsky DE,Utter AC, Vinci DM, Davis JM, Fagoaga OR, Nehlsen-Cannarella SL. Influence of age on immune changes in
runners after a marathon. J Aging Physical Activity 10:432-442, 2002.
167. Pedersen BK, Woods JA, Nieman DC. Exercise-induced immune changes—an influence on metabolism? Trends in Immunology 22(9):473-475, 2001.
168. Nieman DC. Exercise immunology: nutritional countermeasures. Can J Appl Physiol 26(suppl):S45-S55, 2001. 169. Nieman DC, Trone GA, Austin MD. A new handheld device for measuring resting metabolic rate and oxygen consumption. J Am Diet Assoc 103:588-593, 2003.
170. Nieman DC, Henson DA, McAnulty SR, McAnulty L, Swick NS, Utter AC, Vinci DM, Opiela SJ, Morrow JD. Influence of vitamin C supplementation on
oxidative and immune changes following an ultramarathon. J Appl Physiol 92:1970-1977, 2002.
171. Palmer FM, Nieman DC, Henson DA, McAnulty SR, McAnulty L, Swick NS, Utter AC, Vinci DM, Morrow JD. Influence of vitamin C supplementation on
oxidative and salivary IgA changes following an ultramarathon. Eur J Appl Physiol 89:100-107, 2003.
172. Utter AC, Kang J, Nieman DC, Vinci DM, McNulty SR, Dumke CL, McNulty L. Ratings of perceived exertion throughout an ultramarathon during carbohydrate
ingestion. Percep Motor Skills 97:175-184, 2003.
173. McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Nieman DC, Dumke C, Morrow JD, Utter AC, Henson DA, Proulx WR, George GL. Consumption of blueberry polyphenols
reduces exercise-induced oxidative stress compared to vitamin C. Nutr Res 24:209-221, 2004.
174. Nieman DC, Dumke CL, Henson DA, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Lind RH, Morrow JD. Immune and oxidative changes during and following the Western
States Endurance Run. Int J Sports Med 24:541-547, 2003.
175. Nieman DC, Davis JM, Henson DA, Walberg-Rankin J, Shute M, Dumke CL, Utter AC, Vinci DM, Carson J, Brown A, Lee WJ, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS.
Carbohydrate ingestion influences skeletal muscle cytokine mRNA and plasma cytokine levels after a 3-h run. J Appl Physiol 94:1917-1925, 2003.
175. Nieman DC, Austin MD. The energy cost of using an exercise assist device during walking. Res Sports Med 11:99-107, 2003.
177. Nieman DC. Current perspective on exercise immunology. Curr Sports Med Rep 2:239-242, 2003.
178. Nieman DC. Potential nutritional countermeasures to exercise-induced immunosuppression. Medicina Sportiva 7(EE1):E19-E28, 2003.
179. McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Nieman DC, Morrow JD, Utter AC, Henson DA, Dumke CL, Vinci DM. Influence of carbohydrate ingestion on oxidative stress and
plasma antioxidant potential following a three hour run. Free Radic Res 37:835-840, 2003.
180. Nieman DC, Courneya KS. Immunological conditions. In: ACSM’s Resource Manual for Exercise Testing and Prescription (5
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181. Gleeson M, Nieman DC, Pedersen BK. Exercise, nutrition and immune function. J Sport Sci 22:115-125, 2004.
182. Utter AC, Kang J, Nieman DC, Dumke CL, McAnulty SR, Vinci DM, McAnulty LS. Carbohydrate supplementation and perceived exertion during prolonged
running. Med Sci Sports Exerc 36:1036-1041, 2004.
183. Nieman DC, Davis JM, Brown VA, Henson DA, Dumke CL, Utter AC, Vinci DM, Downs MF, Smith JC, Carson J, Brown A, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS.
Influence of carbohydrate ingestion on immune changes following 2 h of intensive resistance training. J Appl Physiol 96:1292-1298, 2004.
184. Nieman DC, Henson DA, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Morrow JD, Ahmed A, Heward CB. Vitamin E and immunity after the Kona Triathlon World
Championship. Med Sci Sports Exerc 36:1328-1335, 2004.
185. Response to letter: Nieman DC, McAnulty SR. When are antioxidants effective in blunting the cytokine response to exercise? Med Sci Sports Exerc 37:342-344,
2005.
186. Nieman DC. Nutrition for exercise and weight control. In: Hodgkin G, Maloney S (eds). The Loma Linda University Diet Manual: A Handbook Supporting
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187. McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Nieman DC, Morrow JD, Shooter LA, Holmes S, Heward C, Henson DA. Effect of alpha-tocopherol supplementation on plasma
homocysteine and oxidative stress in highly trained athletes before and after exhaustive exercise. J Nutr Biochem 16:530-537, 2005.
188. Utter AC, Robertson RJ, Green M, Suminski RR, McAnulty SR, Nieman DC. Validation of the adult OMNI Scale of Perceived Exertion for walking/running
exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc 36:1776-1780, 2004.
189. Peters EM, Anderson R, Nieman DC. Augmentation of the acute phase response in vitamin C supplemented ultramarathoners. S A J Sports Med 17(1):4-10, 2005.
190. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Dumke CL, Lind RH, Shooter LR, Gross SJ. Relationship between salivary IgA secretion and upper respiratory tract infection following
a 160-km race. J Sports Med Phys Fit 46:158-162, 2006.
191. McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Nieman DC, Morrow JD, Utter AC, Dumke CL. Effect of resistance exercise and carbohydrate ingestion on oxidative stress. Free
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192. Nieman DC, Austin MD, Chilcote SM, Benezra L. Validation of a new handheld device for measuring resting metabolic rate and oxygen consumption in children.
Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab 15:186-194, 2005.
193. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Austin MD, Brown VA. The immune response to a 30-minute walk. Med Sci Sports Exerc 37:57-62, 2005.
194. Utter AC, Kang J, Nieman DC, Brown VA, Dumke CL, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS. Carbohydrate supplementation and perceived exertion during resistance
exercise. J Strength Cond Res 19:939-943, 2005.
195. Nieman DC, Davis JM, Henson DA, Gross SJ, Dumke CL, Utter AC, Vinci DM, Carson JA, Brown A, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Triplett NT. Skeletal muscle
cytokine mRNA and plasma cytokine changes after 2.5-h cycling: influence of carbohydrate. Med Sci Sports Exerc 37:1283-1290, 2005.
196. Dumke CL, McBride JM, Nieman DC, Gowin W, Utter AC, McAnulty SR. The effect of duration and exogenous carbohydrate on gross efficiency during cycling.
J Strength Cond Res 21:1214-1219, 2007.
197. Nieman DC, Dumke CL, Henson DA, McAnulty SR, Gross SJ, Lind RH. Muscle damage is linked to cytokine changes following a 160-km race. Brain Beh
Immun 19:398-403, 2005.
198. Dumke CL, Shooter L, Lind RH, Nieman DC. Indirect calorimetry during ultradistance running: a case report. J Sports Sci Med 5:692-698, 2006.
199. McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Nieman DC, Morrow JD, Dumke CL, Utter AC. Carbohydrate effect: hormone and oxidative changes. Int J Sports Med 28:921-
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200. Utter AC, Nieman DC, Mulford GJ, Tobin R, Schumm S, McInnis T, Monk JR. Evaluation of leg-to-leg BIA in assessing body composition of high-school
wrestlers. Med Sci Sports Exerc 37:1395-1400, 2005.
201. Nieman DC. Exercise and immunity: clinical studies. In: Ader R, ed. Psychoneuroimmunology (4
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202. Utter AC, Kang J, Nieman DC, Dumke CL, McAnulty SR. Validation of OMNI scale of perceived exertion during prolonged cycling. Med Sci Sports Exerc
38:780-786, 2006.
203. Nieman DC, Bishop NC. Nutritional strategies to counter stress to the immune system in athletes, with special reference to football. J Sports Sci 24:763-772,
2006.
204. McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Nieman DC, Morrow JD, Dumke CL, Henson DA. Effect of NSAID on muscle injury and oxidative stress. Int J Sports Med
28:909-915, 2007.
205. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Davis JM, Dumke CL, Utter AC, Murphy EA, Pearce S, Gojanovich G, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS. Blood leukocyte mRNA
expression for IL-10, IL-1ra, and IL-8, but not IL-6, increases after exercise. J Interferon Cytokine Res 26:668-674, 2006.
206. Utter AC, Nieman DC, Dumke CL, McAnulty SR, Kang J, McAnulty LS. Ratings of perceived exertion during intermittent and continuous exercise. Percept
Motor Skill 104:1079-1087, 2007.
207. Nieman DC, Oley K, Henson DA, Dumke CL, McAnulty SR, Davis JM, Murphy EA, Lind RH. Ibuprofen use, endotoxemia, inflammation, and plasma cytokines
during ultramarathon competition. Brain Beh Immun 20:578–584, 2006.
208. Reply to letter to the editor: Davis JM, Nieman DC, Murphy EA. Response to “unusually low plasma concentrations of lipopolysaccharide following 160-km
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209. McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Morrow JD, Nieman DC, Owens JT, Carper CM. Influence of carbohydrate, intense exercise, and rest intervals on hormonal and
oxidative changes. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab 17:478-490, 2007.
210. Nieman DC, Austin MD, Benezra L, Pearce S, McInnis T, Unick J, Gross SJ. Validation of Cosmed’s FitMate in measuring resting metabolic rate. Res Sports
Med 14:89-96, 2006.
211. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Gojanovich G, Davis JM, Dumke CL, Utter AC, Murphy EA, Pearce S, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS. Immune changes: 2-h of
continuous vs. intermittent cycling. Int J Sports Med 28:625-630, 2007.
212. Dumke CL, Nieman DC, Oley K, Lind RH. Ibuprofen does not effect serum electrolytes following an ultradistance run. Br J Sports Med 41:492-496, 2007.213. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Gojanovich G, Davis JM, Murphy EA, Mayer EP, Pearce S, Dumke CL, Utter AC, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS. Influence of
carbohydrate on immune function following 2-h cycling. Res Sports Med 14:225-237, 2006.
214. McAnulty SR, Owens JT, McAnulty LS, Nieman DC, Morrow JD, Dumke CL, Milne GL. Ibuprofen use during extreme exercise: Effects on oxidative stress and
PGE2. Med Sci Sports Exerc 39:1075-1079, 2007.
215. Nieman DC. Nutritional strategies to counter stress to the immune system. ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal 10(6):15-20, 2006.
216. Nieman DC. Marathon training and immune function. Sports Med 37:412-415, 2007.
217. Utter AC, Kang J, Nieman DC, Dumke CL, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS. Carbohydrate attenuates perceived exertion during intermittent exercise and recovery.
Med Sci Sport Exerc 39(5):880-885, 2007.
218. Nieman DC, LaSasso H, Austin MD, Pearce S, McInnis T, Unick J. Validation of Cosmed’s FitMate in measuring exercise metabolism. Res Sports Med 15:67-
75, 2007.
219. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Gross SJ, Jenkins DP, Davis JM, Murphy EA, Carmichael MD, Dumke CL, Utter AC, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Mayer EP.
Quercetin reduces illness but not immune perturbations after intensive exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc 39:1561-1569, 2007.
220. Nieman DC. Response to letter: Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2008 Apr;40(4):776.
221. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Davis JM, Dumke CL, Gross SJ, Jenkins DP, Murphy EA, Carmichael MD, Quindry JC, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Utter AC, Mayer
EP. Quercetin ingestion does not alter cytokine changes in athletes competing in the Western States Endurance Run. J Interferon Cytokine Res 27:1003-1012, 2007.
222. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Davis JM, Murphy EA, Jenkins DP, Gross SJ, Carmichael MD, Quindry JC, Dumke CL, Utter AC, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Mayer
EP. Quercetin’s influence on exercise-induced changes in plasma cytokines and muscle and leukocyte cytokine mRNA. J Appl Physiol 103:1728-1735, 2007.
223. McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Nieman DC, Quindry JC, Hosick PA, Hudson MH, Still L, Henson DA, Milne GL, Morrow JD, Dumke CL, Utter AC, Triplett NT,
Dibarnardi A. Chronic quercetin ingestion and exercise-induced oxidative damage and inflammation. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 33:254-262, 2008.
224. Henson DA, Nieman DC, Davis JM, Dumke CL, Gross SJ, Murphy EA, Carmichael MD, Jenkins DP, Quindry JC, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Utter AC, Mayer
EP. Post-160-km race illness rates and decreases in granulocyte oxidative burst activity and salivary IgA output are not countered by quercetin ingestion. Int J Sports
Med 29:856-863, 2008.
225. Utter AC, Nieman DC, Kang J, Dumke CL, Quindry JC, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS. Quercetin does not affect rating of perceived exertion in athletes during the
Western States Endurance Run. Res Sports Med 17(2):71-83, 2009.
226. Quindry JC, McAnulty SR, Hudson MB, Hosick P, Dumke C, McAnulty LS, Henson DA, Morrow JD, Nieman DC. Oral quercetin supplementation and blood
oxidative stress during ultra marathon competition. Int J Sports Nutr Exerc Metab 18:601-616, 2008.
227. Dumke CL, Davis JM, Murphy EA, Nieman DC, Carmichael MD, Quindry JC, Triplett NT, Utter AC, Gross SJ, Henson DA, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS.
Successive bouts of cycling stimulates genes associated with mitochondrial biogenesis. Eur J Appl Physiol 107:419-427, 2009.
228. Nieman DC. Immunonutrition support for athletes. Nutr Rev 66(6):310-320, 2008.
229. Author reply to Letter by Hemilä H. Nieman DC. Evidence-based medicine and the role of antioxidants in physically stressed people. Nutr Rev 67:64, 2008.
230. Bellinger AM, Reiken S, Dura M, Murphy PW, Deng SX, Landry DW, Nieman D, Lehnart SE, Samaru M, Lacampagne A, Marks AR. Remodeling of ryanodine
receptor complex causes "leaky" channels: A molecular mechanism for decreased exercise capacity. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 105:2198-21202, 2008.
231. Nieman DC, Henson DA, McMahon M, Wrieden JL, Davis JM, Murphy EA, Gross SJ, McAnulty LS, Dumke CL. Effects of β-glucan on immune function and
upper respiratory tract infections in endurance athletes. Med Sci Sports Exerc 40:1463-1471, 2008.
232. Nieman DC. Regular moderate exercise boosts immunity. Agro Food Industry High-Tech 19(3):42-44, 2008.
233. Nieman DC. Immune system. In: Mooren FC. Encyclopedia of Exercise Medicine in Health and Disease. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer, 2012.
234. McBride JM, Nuzzo JL, Dayne AM, Israetel MA, Nieman DC, Triplett NT. Effect of an acute bout of whole body vibration exercise on muscle force output and
motor neuron excitability. J Strength Cond Res 24:184-189, 2010.
235. Dumke CL, Nieman DC, Utter AC, Rigby MD, Quindry JC, Triplett NT, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS. Quercetin’s effect on cycling efficiency and substrate
utilization. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 34: 993-1000, 2009.
236. Nieman DC. Physical activity benefits to the aging immune system. Agro Food Industry High-Tech 19(5):46-47, 2008.
237. Nieman DC. Ultramarathon race competition and immune function. In: Asea AA, Pedersen BK. Heat Shock Proteins and Whole Body Physiology. Springer,
2010.
238. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Maxwell K, Williams A, McAnulty SR, Jin F, Shanely A, Lines T. Influence of supplemental quercetin and epigallocatechin 3-gallate on
exercise performance, mitochondrial biogenesis, immunity, inflammation, and oxidative stress. Med Sci Sports Exerc 41:1467-1475, 2009.
239. Nieman DC, Williams A, Shanely A, Jin F, McAnulty S, Triplett NT, Austin M. Quercetin’s influence on exercise performance and mitochondrial biogenesis in
untrained college students. Med Sci Sports Exerc 42:338-345, 2010.
240. Nieman DC, Cayea EJ, Austin MD, Henson DA, McAnutly SR, Jin F. Chia seed does not promote weight loss or alter disease risk factors in overweight adults.
Nutr Res 29:414-418, 2009.
241. Nieman DC, Henson DA, McAnulty SR, Jin F, Maxwell KR. N-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids do not alter immune and inflammation measures in endurance
athletes. Int J Sports Nutr Exerc Metab 19:536-546, 2009.
242. Nieman DC. Exercise and immunology (7 chapters). In: Rippe JM. Encyclopedia of Lifestyle Medicine and Health. SAGE Publications, 2012. Chapter titles:
Carbohydrate intake and immunity; Exercise and the common cold; Exercise when sick; Exercise, heavy exertion, and immune dysfunction; Immunology and lifestyle
medicine; J-curve model of infection and exercise; Marathon running and immune response.
243. Valiente JS, Utter AC, Quindry JC, Nieman DC. Effects of commercially formulated on the hydration status of dehydrated collegiate wrestlers. J Strength Cond
Res 23:2210-2216, 2009.
244. Nieman DC. Supplements to boost immune function. In: Jeukendrup A (ed). Sports Nutrition From Science to Practice. Tampa, FL: Meyer & Meyer
Publishing, 2010.
245. Heinz SA, Henson DA, Nieman DC, Austin MD, Jin F. A 12-week supplementation with quercetin does not affect natural killer cell activity, granulocyte
oxidative burst activity or granulocyte phagocytosis in female human subjects. Br J Nutr 104:849-857, 2010.
246. McAnulty SR, Nieman DC, Fox-Rabinovich M, Druan V, McAnulty LS, Henson DA, Jin F, Landram MJ. Effect of n-3 fatty acids and antioxidants on oxidative
stress after exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc 42:1704-1711, 2010.
247. Nieman DC. Immune function responses to ultramarathon race competition. Med Sportiva 13:189-196, 2009.
248. Shanely RA, Knab AM, Nieman DC, Jin F, McAnulty SR, Landram MJ. Quercetin supplementation does not alter antioxidant status in humans. Free Rad Res
44(2): 224–231, 2010.
249. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Sha W. Ingestion of micronutrient fortified breakfast cereal has no influence on immune function in healthy children: A randomized,
controlled trial. Nutr J 10(1):36, 2011.
250. Root MM, McGinn MM, Nieman DC, Henson DA, Heinz SA, Shanely RA, Knab AM, Fuxia J. Fruit and vegetable intake and inflammatory and oxidant status in
a community setting. Nutrients 4:29-41, 2012.
251. Nieman DC. Quercetin’s bioactive effects in human athletes. Curr Topic Nutraceut Res 8:33-44, 2010.
252. Jin F, Nieman DC, Shanely RA, Knab AM, Austin MD. The variable plasma quercetin response to 12-weeks supplementation in humans. Eur J Clin Nutr 64:692-
697, 2010.
253. Knab AM, Shanely RA, Henson DA, Jin F, Heinz SA, Austin MD, Nieman DC. Influence of quercetin supplementation on disease risk factors in community
dwelling adults. J Am Diet Assoc 111:542-549, 2011.
254. Heinz SA, Henson DA, Austin MD, Jin F, Nieman DC. Quercetin supplementation and upper respiratory tract infection: a randomized community clinical trial.
Pharmacol Res 62:237-242, 2010.
255. Broman-Fulks JJ, Canu WH, Trout KL, Nieman DC. The effects of quercetin supplementation on cognitive functioning in a community sample: a randomized,
placebo-controlled trial. Ther Adv Psychopharmacol 2012: 2(4) 131-138.256. McAnulty SR, Nieman DC, McAnulty LS, Lynch WS, Jin F, Henson DA. Effect of mixed flavonoids, n-3 fatty acids, and vitamin C on oxidative stress and
antioxidant capacity before and after intense cycling. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab 21:328-337, 2011.
257. Walsh NP, Gleeson M, Pyne DB, Nieman DC, Dhabhar FS, Shephard RJ, Oliver SJ, Bermon S, Kajeniene A. Position statement. Part two: Maintaining immune
health. Exerc Immunol Rev 17:64-103, 2011.
258. Nieman DC. Moderate exercise improves immunity and decreases illness rates. Am J Lifestyle Med 5(4):338-345, 2011.
259. McAnulty LS, Nieman DC, Dumke CL, Shooter L, Henson DA, Utter AC, Milne G, McAnulty SR. Effect of blueberry ingestion on natural killer cell counts,
oxidative stress, and inflammation prior to and after 2.5 h of running. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 36:976-984, 2011.
260. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Austin MD, Sha W. Upper respiratory tract infection is reduced in physically fit and active adults. Br J Sports Med 45:987-992, 2011.
261. Knab AM, Shanely RA, Jin F, Austin MD, Sha W, Nieman DC. Quercetin with vitamin C and niacin does not affect body mass or composition. Appl Physiol
Nutr Metab 36(3):331-338, 2011.
262. Nieman DC, Stear SJ, Castell LM, Burke LM. A-Z of nutritional supplements: dietary supplements, sports nutrition foods and ergogenic aids for health and
performance: part 15, flavonoids. Br J Sports Med 44(16):1202-1205, 2010. Reprinted with updates, 2014.
263. Scherr J, Nieman DC, Schuster T, Habermann J, Rank M, Braun S, Pressier A, Wolfarth B, Halle M. Non-alcoholic beer reduces inflammation and the incidence
of upper respiratory tract infections following The Munich Marathon: A randomized, controlled, double-blinded trial. Med Sci Sports Exerc 44:18-26, 2012.
264. Jin F, Nieman DC, Sha W, Qiu Y, Xie G, Jia W, Glahn RP, Rutzke MA, Shanely RA. Supplementation of milled chia seeds increases plasma ALA and EPA in
post-menopausal women. Plant Hum Nutr 67:105-110, 2012.
265. Shanely RA, Nieman DC, Henson DA, Jin F, Knab A, Sha W. Perceived fitness is predictive of decreased inflammation and oxidative stress. Scand J Med Sci
Sports doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0838.2011.01373.x, 2011.
266. Nieman DC. Clinical implications of exercise immunology for the practicing physician. The Year Book for Sports Medicine. St. Louis: Mosby, 2011, pp. xv
xxiii.
267. Konrad M, Nieman DC, Henson DA, Kennerly K, Jin F, Wallner-Liebmann SJ. The acute effect of ingesting a quercetin-based supplement on exercise-induced
inflammation and immune changes in runners. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab 21:338-346, 2011.
268. Garber CE, Blissmer B, Deschenes MR, Franklin BA, Lamonte MJ, Lee I-M, Nieman DC, Swain DP. Quantity and quality of exercise for developing and
maintaining cardiorespiratory, musculoskeletal, and neuromotor fitness in apparently healthy adults: guidance for prescribing exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc 43:1334-
1359, 2011.
269. Nieman DC, Konrad M, Henson DA, Kennerly K, Shanely RA, Wallner-Liebmann SJ. Variance in the acute inflammatory response to prolonged cycling is
linked to exercise intensity. J Interferon Cytokine Res 32:12-17, 2012.
270. Combs MA, Canu WH, Broman-Fulks JJ, Rocheleau CA, Nieman DC. Perceived stress and ADHD symptoms in adults. J Atten Disord. 2015 May;19(5):425-34.
271. Root MM, Martin AE, Ratliff MD, Williams HD, Nieman DC. Quercetin dosing improves endothelial function in younger but not older healthy middle-aged
adults. Nutrients 4(1):29-41, 2012.
272. Nieman DC, Gillitt N, Jin F, Henson DA, Kennerly K, Shanely A, Ore B, Su MM, Schwartz S. Chia seed supplementation and disease risk factors in overweight
women: a metabolomics investigation. J Alt Comp Med 18(7):700-708, 2012.
273. Kappus R, Curry CD, McAnulty SR, Welsh J, Morris DM, Nieman DC, Soukup JT, Collier SR. The effects of a multi-flavonoid supplement on vascular and
hemodynamic parameters following acute exercise. Oxid Med Cell Longevity doi:10.1155/2011/210798, 2011.
274. Nieman DC, Austin M, Dew D, Utter AC. Validity of COSMED’s Quark CPET mixing chamber system in evaluating energy metabolism during aerobic exercise
in healthy male adults. Res Sports Med 21:136–145, 2013.
275. Nieman DC. Clinical implications of exercise immunology. J Sport Health Sci 1:12-17, 2012.
276. Knab AM, Shanely RA, Corbin K, Jin F, Sha W, Nieman DC. A 45-minute vigorous exercise bout increases metabolic rate for 14 hours. Med Sci Sports Exerc.
43:1643-1648, 2011.
277. Nieman DC. Exercise, nutrition, and immune function, IN: The IOC Encyclopedia of Sports Nutrition (Maughn R, editor). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2014, pp. 478-
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278. Nieman DC. Exercise, inflammation, and respiratory infection. In: Rippe J (ed). Lifestyle Medicine (2
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279. Nieman DC. Immunonutrition support for athletes: does it work? IN: Nutrition and Performance in Sport. Paris: Institut National du Sport, de l’Expertise et de
la Performance, pp. 91-102, 2012.
280. Nieman DC, Gillitt ND, Henson DA, Sha W, Shanely A, Knab AM, Cialdella-Kam L, Jin F. Bananas as an energy source during exercise: a metabolomics
approach. PLoS One 7(5):e37479, 2012.
281. Nieman DC, Dew D, Krasen PG. Gender difference in the acute influence of a 2-hour run on arterial stiffness in trained runners. Res Sports Med 21:66-77, 2013.
282. Cialdella-Kam L, Nieman DC, Sha W, Meaney MP, Knab AM, Shanley RA. Dose-response to long-term quercetin supplementation on metabolite and quercetin
conjugate profile in adults. Br J Nutr 109:1923–1933, 2013.
283. Meeusen R, Duclos M, Foster C, Fry A, Gleeson M, Nieman DC, Raglin J, Rietjens G, Steinacker J, Urhausen A. Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the
overtraining syndrome. Joint consensus statement of the European College of Sport Science (ECSS) and the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). Med Sci
Sports Exerc. 45(1):186-205, 2013.
284. Knab AM, Nieman DC, Broman-Fulks JJ, Canu WH, Sha W. Exercise frequency is related to psychopathology but not neurocognitive function. Med Sci Sports
Exerc. 44:1395-1400, 2012.
285. Nieman DC, Laupheimer M, Ranchordas MK, Burke LM, Stear S, Castell LM. A–Z of nutritional supplements: dietary supplements, sports nutrition foods and
ergogenic aids for health and performance Part 33. Br J Sports Med 46:618-620, 2012.
286. LaVoy ECP, Nieman DC, Henson DA, Shanely RA, Knab AM, Cialdella-Kam L, Simpson RJ. Latent cytomegalovirus infection does not alter innate immune
function in response to a 75-km cycling time trial. Eur J Appl Physiol 113:2629-2635, 2013.
287. Nieman DC, Cialdella-Kam L, Knab AM, Shanely RA. Influence of red pepper spice and turmeric on inflammation and oxidative stress in overweight females: a
metabolomics approach. Plant Hum Nutr 67:415-421, 2012.
288. Luo B, Yang Y, Nieman DC, Zhang Y, Wang J, Wang R, Chen P. A 6-week diet and exercise intervention alters metabolic syndrome risk factors in obese
Chinese children aged 11-13 years. J Sport Health Sci 2:236-241, 2013.
289. Shanely RA, NiemanDC, Knab,AM, Gillitt ND, Meaney MP, Jin F, Sha, W, Cialdella-Kam L. Influence of vitamin D mushroom powder supplementation on
exercise-induced muscle damage in vitamin D insufficient high school athletes. J Sport Sci 32:670-679, 2014.
290. Nieman DC, Gillitt ND, Knab AM, Shanely RA, Pappan KL, Jin F, Lila MA. Influence of a polyphenol-enriched protein powder on exercise-induced
inflammation and oxidative stress in athletes: a randomized trial using a metabolomics approach. PLoS ONE 8(8): e72215, 2013.
291. Knab AM, Nieman DC, Gillitt ND, Shanely RA, Cialdella-Kam L, Henson DA, Sha W. Effects of a flavonoid-rich juice on inflammation, oxidative stress, and
immunity in elite swimmers: a metabolomics-based approach. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab 23:150-160, 2013.
292. Combs M, Canu W, Broman-Fulks J, Nieman DC. Impact of sluggish cognitive tempo and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms on adults’ quality of
life. Appl Res Quality Life 2014;9:981-995.
293. Bailey SP, Nieman DC. Chronic fatigue syndrome. IN: ACSM’s Exercise Management for Persons with Chronic Diseases and Disabilities (4
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Champaign, IL: 2016, pp. 215-220.
294. Nieman DC. Fibromyalgia. IN: ACSM’s Exercise Management for Persons with Chronic Diseases and Disabilities (4
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226.
295. Nieman DC, Hand GA, Lyerly GW, Dudgeon WD. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). IN: ACSM’s Exercise Management for Persons with
Chronic Diseases and Disabilities (4
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edition). Champaign, IL: 2016, pp. 209-214.296. Lockard M, Nieman DC. Hemostasis Disorders. IN: ACSM’s Exercise Management for Persons with Chronic Conditions (4
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pp. 227-234.
297. Nieman DC, Shanely RA, Gillitt ND, Pappan KL, Lila MA. Serum metabolic signatures induced by a 3-day intensified exercise period persist after 14 hours of
recovery in runners. J Prot Res 12:4577-4584, 2013.
298. Shanely RA, Nieman DC, Zwetsloot KA, Knab AM, Imagita H, Luo B, Davis B, Zubeldia JM. Evaluation of Rhodiola rosea supplementation on skeletal muscle
damage and inflammation in runners following a competitive marathon. Brain Beh Immune 39:204-210, 2014.
299. Knab AM, Nieman DC, Gillitt ND, Shanely RA, Cialdella-Kam L, Henson DA, Sha W, Meaney MP. Effects of a freeze dried juice blend powder on exercise
induced inflammation, oxidative stress, and immune function in cyclists. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 39:381-385, 2014.
300. Luo B, Xiang D, Nieman DC, Chena P. The effects of moderate exercise on chronic stress-induced intestinal barrier dysfunction and antimicrobial defense.
Brain Beh Immun 39:99-106, 2014.
301. Nieman DC, Luo B, Dreau D, Henson DA, Shanely RA, Dew D, Meaney MP. Immune and inflammation responses to a 3-day period of intensified running
versus cycling. Brain Beh Immun 39:180-185, 2014.
302. Konrad M, Nieman DC. Evaluation of quercetin as a countermeasure to exercise-induced physiologic stress. In: Anxtioxidants in Sports Nutrition. Boca Raton,
FL: CRC Press, 2014.
303. Nieman DC, Gillitt ND, Shanely RA, Dew D, Meaney MP, Luo B. Vitamin D2 supplementation amplifies eccentric exercise-induced muscle damage in NASCAR
pit crew athletes. Nutrients 6:63-75, 2013.
304. O’Connor A, Corbin KA, Nieman DC, Swick AG. A randomized, controlled trial to assess short-term black pepper consumption on 24-hour energy expenditure
and substrate utilization. Funct Foods Health Dis 3(10) 377-388, 2013.
305. Nieman DC, Shanely RA, Luo B, Dustin D, Meaney MP, Sha W. A commercialized dietary supplement alleviates joint pain in community adults: a double
blind, placebo-controlled community trial. Nutr J 12:154, 2013.
306. Grabs V, Nieman DC, Haller B, Halle M, Scherr J. The effects of oral hydrolytic enzymes and flavonoids on inflammatory markers and coagulation after
marathon running: study protocol for a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. BMC Sports Sci Med Rehabil 22;6(1):8, 2014.
307. Shanely RA, Zwetsloot KA, Triplett NT, Meaney MP, Farris GE, Nieman DC. Human skeletal muscle biopsy procedures using the modified Bergström
technique. J Vis Exp 2014;91:e51812.
308. Arthur ST, Zwetsloot KA, Lawrence MM, Nieman DC, Lila MA, Grace MH, Howden R, Cooley ID, Tkach JF, Keith MD, Demick JL, Blanton SE, Greiner RS,
Bradley AM, Davenport ME, Badmaev V, Shanely RA. Ajuga turkestanica increases Notch and Wnt signaling in aged skeletal muscle. Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci.
2014;18:2584-2592.
309. Luo B, Xiang D, Nieman DC, Chen P. Hypoxia-inducible factor prolyl hydroxylase inhibition attenuates chronic stress induced intestinal barrier dysfunction. J
Appl Physiol (under review).
310. Nieman DC, Shanely RA, Luo B, Meaney MP, Dew DA, Pappan KL. Metabolomics approach to assessing plasma 13- and 9-hydroxy-octadecadienoic acid
responses to a 75-km cycling bout. Am J Physiol:Reg Integr Comp Physiol 2014;307:R68-74.
311. Nieman DC, Scherr J, Luo B, Meaney MP, Dreau D, Sha W, Dew DA, Henson D, Pappan KL. Influence of pistachios on performance and exercise-induced
inflammation, oxidative stress, and immune dysfunction in athletes: a metabolomics-based approach. PLoS ONE 2014 Nov 19;9(11):e113725.
312. Scherr J, Haller B, Nieman DC, Lorenz E, Pressler A, Siegmund B, Wolfarth B, Halle M. Polyphenol supplementation improves cardiomyocyte recovery after
marathon running: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial. Sports Med (under review).
313. Ahmed M, Henson DA, Sanderson M, Nieman DC, Gillitt ND, Lila MA. The protective effects of a polyphenol-enriched protein powder on exercise-induced
susceptibility to virus infection. Phytother Res. 2014;28(12):1829-36.
314. Peake J, Gatta PD, Suzuki K, Nieman DC. Cytokine expression and secretion by skeletal muscle cells: regulatory mechanisms and exercise effects. Exerc
Immunol Rev 2015;21:8-25.
315. Xie G, Ma X, Zhao A, Wang C, Zhang Y, Nieman D, Nicholson JK, Jia W, Bao Y, Jia W. The metabolite profiles of the obese population are gender-dependent.
J Proteome Res. 2014;13:4062-73.
316. Ahmed M, Henson DA, Sanderson MC, Nieman DC, Zubeldia JM. Rhodiola rosea exerts anti-viral activity in athletes following a competitive marathon race.
Front Nutr. 2015;2:24.
317. Beals K, Allison KF, Darnell M, Lovalekar M, Nieman DC, Baker R, Vodovotz Y, Lephart SM. The effects of tart cherry beverage on reducing exercise-induced
muscle soreness. Isokinetics and Exercise Science 2017;25:53-63.
318. Nieman DC, Shanely RA, Zwetsloot KA, Meaney MP, Farris G. Ultrasonic assessment of exercise-induced change in skeletal muscle glycogen content. BMC
Sports Sci Med Rehabil 7:9;2015, DOI 10.1186/s13102-015-0003-z.
319. Nieman DC, Gillitt ND, Meaney MP, Dew DA. No positive influence of ingesting chia seed oil on human running performance. Nutrients 2015;7:3666-3676.
320. Nieman DC. Flavonoids. IN: Castell LM, Stear SJ, Burke LM (editors). Nutritional Supplements in Sport, Exercise, and Health, An A-Z Guide. Oxford:
Routledge (Taylor & Francis), 2015, pp. 121-125.
321. Nieman DC, Zwetsloot KA, Meaney MP, Lomiwes DD, Hurst SM, Hurst RD. Post-exercise skeletal muscle glycogen related to plasma cytokines and muscle IL-
6 protein content, but not muscle mRNA expression. Frontiers in Nutrition: Sport and Exercise Nutrition 2015;2:27; doi: 10.3389/fnut.2015.00027.
322. Lu NT, Crespi CM, Liu NM, Vu JQ, Ahmadieh Y, Wu S, Lin S, McClune A, Durazo F, Saab S, Han S, Nieman DC, Beaven S, French SW. A phase i dose
escalation study demonstrates quercetin safety and explores potential for bioflavonoid antivirals in patients with chronic hepatitis C. Phytother Res. 2016;30:160-168.
323. Nieman DC. Immunonutrition support for athletes: does it work? French National Institute of Sport, Expertise and Performance, 2015, pp. 105-118.
324. Nieman DC, Gillitt ND, Sha W, Meaney MP, John C, Pappan KL, Kinchen JM. Metabolomics-based analysis of banana and pear ingestion on exercise
performance and recovery. J Proteome Res 2015 Dec 4;14(12):5367-77.
325. Meaney MP, Nieman DC, Henson DA, Jiang Q, Wang FZ. Measuring granulocyte and monocyte phagocytosis and oxidative burst activity in human blood. J Vis
Exp 2016 (115):e54264, doi:10.3791/54264.
326. Nieman DC, Meaney MP, John CS, Knagge KJ, Chen H. 9- and 13-hydroxy-octadecadienoic acids (9+13 HODE) are inversely related to granulocyte colony
stimulating factor and IL-6 in runners after 2 h running. Brain Behav Immun. 2016;56:246-252.
327. Grabs V, Kersten A, Haller B, Nieman DC, Halle M, Scherr J. Rutoside and hydrolytic enzymes do not attenuate marathon-induced inflammation. Med Sci Sports
Exerc 2017;49:387-395.
328. Nieman DC, Zwetsloot KA, Lomiwes DD, Meaney MP, Hurst RD. Muscle glycogen depletion following 75-km of cycling is not linked to increased muscle IL-6,
IL-8, and MCP-1 mRNA expression and protein content. Front Physiol: Exerc Physiol 2016;7:431.
329. Cialdella-Kam L, Nieman DC, Knab AM, Shanely RA, Meaney MP, Jin F, Sha W, Ghosh S. A mixed flavonoid-fish oil supplement induces immune-enhancing
and anti-inflammatory transcriptomic changes in adult obese and overweight women: a randomized, controlled trial. Nutrients 2016 May 11;8(5). pii: E277.
330. McBride ME, Meaney MP, John C, Nieman DC, Warin RF. Flow cytometric analysis of natural killer cell lytic activity in human whole blood. J Vis Exp
2017;121, e54779.
331. Clauss S, Scherr J, Hanley A, Schneider J, Klier I, Lackermair K, Vogeser M, Nieman DC, Halle M, Nickel T. Impact of polyphenols on physiological stress and
cardiac burden in marathon runners – results from a sub-study of the BeMAGIC study. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 2017;42:523-528.
332. Anderson JC, Nieman DC. Commentary: Diet quality—The Greeks had it right! Nutrients 2016 Oct 14;8(10). pii: E636.
333. Bermon S, Castell LM, Calder PC, Bishop NC, Blomstrand E, Mooren FC, Kruger K, Kavazis AN, Quindry JC, Senchina DS, Nieman DC, Gleeson M, Pyne DB,
Kitic CM, Close GL, Larson-Meyer DE, Marcos A, Meydani SN, Wu D, Walsh NP, Nagatomi R. Consensus statement: Immunonutrition and exercise. Exerc
Immunol Rev 2017;23:8-50.
334. Lackermair K, Scherr J, Waidhauser G, Methe H, Hoster E, Nieman DC, Hanley A, Clauss S, Halle M, Nickel T. Influence of polyphenol-rich diet on stress
induced immunomodulation. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 2017;42(10):1023-1030.335. Shanely RA, Nieman DC, Perkins-Veazie P, Henson DA, Meaney MP, Knab AM, Cialdell-Kam L, Sha W. Comparison of watermelon and carbohydrate
beverage on exercise-induced alterations in systemic inflammation, immune dysfunction, and plasma antioxidant capacity. Nutrients 2016;8:518;
doi:10.3390/nu8080518.
336. Nieman DC, Sha W, Pappan KL. IL-6 linkage to exercise-induced shifts in lipid-related metabolites: A metabolomics-based analysis. J Proteome Res.
2017;16:970-977.
337. Nieman DC, Ramamoorthy S, Kay CD, Goodman CL, Capps CR, Shue ZL, Heyl N, Grace MH, Lila MA. Influence of ingesting a flavonoid-rich supplement on
the human metabolome and concentration of urine phenolics. J Proteome Res 2017;16(8):2924-2935.
338. Nieman DC, Mitmesser SH. Potential impact of nutrition on immune system recovery from heavy exertion: A metabolomics perspective. Nutrients 2017;9(5).
339. Nieman DC. The common cold is less common among the fit. ACSM Health & Fitness Journal 2017;21(6):1-3.
340. Cialdella-Kam L, Ghosh S, Meaney MP, Knab AM, Shanely RA, Nieman DC. Quercetin and green tea extract supplementation downregulates genes related to
tissue inflammatory responses to a 12-week high fat-diet in mice. Nutrients 2017;9(7).
341. Broman-Fulks J, Abraham C, Thomas K, Canu W, Nieman D. Anxiety sensitivity mediates the relationship between exercise frequency and anxiety and
depression symptomology. Stress Health 2018;34:500-508.
342. Nieman DC, Goodman CL, Capps CR, Shue ZL, Arnot R. Influence of 2-weeks ingestion of high chlorogenic acid coffee on mood state, performance, and post
exercise inflammation and oxidative stress: a randomized, placebo controlled trial. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. 2018;28:55-65.
343. Nieman DC, Capps CL, Capps CR, Shue ZL, McBride JE. Effect of four weeks ingestion of tomato-based carotenoids on exercise-induced inflammation, muscle
damage, and oxidative stress in endurance runners. Int J Sports Nutr Exerc Metab 2018;28:266-273.
344. Nieman DC, Gillitt ND, Sha W, Esposito D, Ramamoorthy S. Metabolic recovery from heavy exertion following banana compared to sugar beverage or water
only ingestion: a randomized, crossover trial. PLoS ONE 2018;13(3):e0194843.
345. Nieman DC, Lila MA, Gillitt ND. Immunometabolism: A multi-omics approach to interpreting the influence of exercise and diet on the immune system. Ann Rev
Food Sci Tech 2019;10:341-363.
346. Nieman DC, Groen AJ, Pugachev A, Vacca G. Detection of functional overreaching in endurance athletes using proteomics. Proteomes 2018;6:33.
347. Nieman DC, Gillitt ND, Sha W. Identification of a targeted metabolomics panel for measuring metabolic perturbation in response to heavy exertion.
Metabolomics 2018;14:147.
348. Castell LM, Nieman DC, Bermon S, Peeling P. Exercise-induced illness and inflammation: Can immunonutrition and iron help? Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab.
2018 Dec 3:1-26.
349. Nieman DC, Wentz LM. The compelling link between physical activity and the body's defense system. J Sport Health Sci 2019:8:201-217.
350. Fraix M, Nieman DC, Dreibelbis R, Giusti R. Chapter 17: Energy Balance: Nutrition, Exercise and The Metabolic Model. In: Seffinger MA. Foundations of
Osteopathic Medicine: Philosophy, Science, Clinical Applications, and Research 4
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Edition, 2018.
351. Shi Y, Shi H, Nieman DC, Hu Q, Liu T, Li F, Wei H, Wu D, Cui Y, Chen P. Lactic acid accumulation during exhaustive exercise impairs release of neutrophil
extracellular traps. Front Physiology (in press).
352. Nieman DC, Kay CD, Rathore AS, Grace MH, Strauch RC, Stephan EH, Sakaguchi CA, Lila MA. Increased plasma levels of gut-derived phenolics linked to
walking and running following 2-weeks flavonoid supplementation. Nutrients 2018;10(11),1718.
353. Nieman DC, Gillitt ND, Zhang Q, Chen G-Y, Sakaguchi CA, Stephan EH. Carbohydrate intake attenuates post-exercise plasma levels of cytochrome P450-
generated oxylipins. PLoS ONE 2019; 14(3): e0213676.
354. Wentz LM, Nieman DC, McBride JE, Warin RF, Williams LL, Gillitt ND. Carbohydrate intake does not counter the post-exercise decrease in natural killer cell
cytotoxicity. Nutrients 2018; Nov 4;10(11), 1658.
355. Cao R, Teskey G, Islamoglu H, Gutierrez M, Salaiz O, Munjal S, Fraix MP, Sathananthan A, Nieman DC, Venketaraman V. Flavonoid mixture inhibits
mycobacterium tuberculosis survival and infectivity. Molecules 2019;24:851.
356. Nieman DC, Kohlmeier M, Simonson A, Sakaguchi CA, Sha W, Blevins T, Hattabaugh J. Acute ingestion of a mixed flavonoid and caffeine supplement increases
energy expenditure and fat oxidation in adult women: A randomized, crossover clinical trial. Int J Obesity (under review).
357. Nieman DC, Valacchi G, Wentz LM, Ferrara F, Woodby B, Sakaguchi CA, Simonson A. Mixed flavonoid supplementation attenuates post-exercise plasma levels
of protein carbonyls and 4-hydroxynonenal protein adduct levels in endurance athletes. Redox Biol (under review).
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Complete List of My Published Work in MyBibliography:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/myncbi/david.nieman.1/bibliograpahy/47649293/public/?sort=date&direction=ascending
Successful Grant/Contract Applications: Total external grant money = $9,936,520
Research since 1985 has been funded by successful internal and external grants/contracts from:
Loma Linda University, BRSG NIH $20,000 1985
Steele Foundation $20,000 1986
Appalachian State University, Graduate School $40,000 1990-2000
Rockport Walking Institute $3,000 1992
United States Olympic Committee $19,400 1998
United States Tennis Association $19,370 1998
American College of Sports Medicine Foundation (2 grants) $32,710 1992, 1996
Gatorade Sports Science Institute (GSSI) $598,850 1994-2005
Tanita Corporation $15,000 1997
American Council of Exercise $2,000 1995
Abbott Laboratories $60,000 1998
HeatheTech $56,500 2000
General Mills $122,000 2000
Life Fitness Academy $2,500 1999
BodyBat Inc. $21,000 2001
Western United States 100 $23,000 2004
Bally Total Fitness $11,500 2003
Cosmed $28,500 2004-2006
Blueberry Council $37,000 2006
DARPA/Department of Defense $1,100,000 2005-2006HoMedics $3,300 2005
Neutraceutical Holdings $85,000 2004
Cooper Concepts $137,000 2005
Power Plate $21,000 2006
Penta Water $38,000 2006
Chia Seed Farms $54,000 2009
McCormick Company Inc. $251,583 2009-2012
USDA-NC State University (Kannapolis Scholar) $37,000 2009-2010
NC Central University $30,000 2010
Dole Foods $1,462,680 2009-2017
Quercegen Pharma/Coca-Cola $1,788,000 2006
Quercegen Pharmaceuticals $300,000 2010-2013
Reoxcyn Discoveries Group, Inc. $1,483,242 2011-2018
Golden Leaf/NC Biotechnology $35,000 2011-2014
Watermelon National Promotion Board $68,480 2012-2013
Biothera $25,000 2012
IgY Immune Technologies and Life Sciences $95,225 2012
PL Thomas $34,674 2012
American Pistachio Growers $247,000 2013
Under Armour $30,492 2013
Direct Digital $136,373 2013, 2017
Amino Up $50,882 2013
Gaia Herbs $108,245 2013-2015
Herbalife $48,827 2014
Polifenoles Naturales $49,110 2014
MuscleSound $43,957 2014
Metagenics $176,402 2014-2015
Valencell $17,540 2014
American Pistachio Growers $12,098 2014
LycoRed $182,746 2014, 2016
Academic Neutriceuticals (coffee, performance) $31,500 2016
Purity Products $115,354 2017
Roquette $190,759 2017
Standard Process $280,539 2018
Life Extension $33,386 2018
Presentations of Research
Organization Location Date
Phenolics in Human Health Research Interest Group (PhenHRIG) (lecture) Baltimore, MD 6/19
ASN Annual Meeting (oral presentation) Baltimore, MD 6/19
ACSM Annual Meeting (2 posters) Orlando, FL 5/19
Nature's Bounty, Scientific Advisory Board (2 lectures) New York, NY 6/18
ACSM Annual Meeting (highlighted symposium; 2 posters) Minneapolis, MN 6/18
North Carolina Defense Business Association Kannapolis, NC 5/18
NC Legislative Life Science Caucus, NCBio Kannapolis, NC 3/18
Mid-Atlantic ACSM Harrisburg, PA 11/17
Appetite for Life, UNC-Chapel Hill, Nutrition Research Institute Kannapolis, NC 11/17
Cleveland Clinic (invited lecture) Cleveland, OH 10/17
International Society of Exercise Immunology (invited lecture; session chair) Coimbra, Portugal 7/17
European College of Sports Sciences (ACSM exchange lecture) Essen, Germany 7/17
Medical, Biomedical & Biodefense: Support to The Warfighter Symposium Chapel Hill, NC 6/17
ACSM (symposium, international exchange lecture, abstract) Denver, CO 6/17
Nature's Bounty, lecture on precision nutrition New York City, NY 5/17
Appetite for Life, UNC-Chapel Hill, Nutrition Research Institute Kannapolis, NC 5/17
Experimental Biology Meeting (2 oral, 2 poster) Chicago, IL 4/17
Sweet Potato Research Forum Kannapolis, NC 4/17
SEACSM Greenville, SC 2/17
Concord Rotary Club (invited lecture, exercise immune research) Concord, NC 11/16
Council for Responsible Nutrition (invited lecture, obesity supplements) Dana Point, CA 10/16
UNC-GA, research meeting Kannapolis, NC 10/16
Joint Workshop for Collaborative Research (presentation, military) Kannapolis, NC 10/16
Nutreo/Premix (presentation) Kannapolis, NC 8/16
State Agricultural Experiment Stations (1 poster) Charlotte, NC 10/16
European College of Sport Science (1 poster) Vienna, Austria 7/16Biomed Science & Tech for Special Operations Forces (invited lecture) Raleigh, NC 6/16
ACSM Annual Meeting (oral communication) Boston, MA 6/16
American Society for Mass Spectrometry (1 poster) San Antonio, TX 6/16
NBTY and industry leaders (obesity supplement lecture) New York, NY 5/16
Coca-Cola administrators (research overview) Kannapolis, NC 5/16
North Carolina, Federal Advanced Technologies (invited lecture) Fayetteville, NC 4/16
Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital (keynote lecture, obesity) Lebanon, OR 4/16
Western University, College of Osteopathic Medicine (2 lectures) Lebanon, OR 4/16
Experimental Biology (2 posters) San Diego, CA 4/16
Western University, College of Osteopathic Medicine (7 lectures) Pomona, CA 3/16
SEACSM (2 posters) Greenville, SC 2/16
Suntory Workshop (quercetin research data) London, England 11/15
US:NZ Science Workshop: Building Health Claims for Berryfruits Kannapolis, NC 10/15
NBTY (research presentation, chia seed) New York, NY 9/15
Western University, College of Osteopathic Medicine (2 lectures) Lebanon, OR 8/15
Western University, College of Osteopathic Medicine (lectures) Pomona, CA 6/15
ACSM Annual Meeting (5 abstracts) San Diego, CA 5/15
Western University, College of Osteopathic Medicine (2 lectures) Lebanon, OR 5/15
NCRC Catalyst Symposium Kannapolis, NC 4/15
Salisbury Rotary Club Salisbury, NC 4/15
South African educators and students Kannapolis, NC 4/15
Experimental Biology (oral presentation, poster) Boston, MA 3/15
Metabolon Workshop (invited lecture) Durham, NC 3/15
Iranian Delegation of Neuromuscular Disease Specialists Kannapolis, NC 3/15
UNC-Board of Governors, NCRC Kannapolis, NC 2/15
ASU-CHS Advisory Board, NCRC Kannapolis, NC 2/15
Nutrition Research Institute, NCRC (UNC-Chapel Hill SPH) Kannapolis, NC 1/15
NBTY (research presentation) New York, NY 1/15
Western University, College of Osteopathic Medicine (lectures) Pomona, CA 11/14
Mayo Clinic administrators and clinicians Kannapolis, NC 9/14
ACSM Integrative Physiology Exercise meeting (3 posters, symposium) Miami, FL 9/14
BASF, administrators (lecture) Kannapolis, NC 9/14
Dole North American Sales Team (lecture) Kannapolis, NC 8/14
ACSM Annual Meeting (3 abstracts) Orlando, FL 5/14
PINES conference (invited lecture) Orlando, FL 5/14
Experimental Biology (2 oral presentations; poster) San Diego, CA 4/14
German Sportsmedicine Society (poster abstract) Frankfort, Germany 9/14
Georgia Educators Kannapolis, NC 4/14
SEACSM (poster presentation) Greenville, SC 2/14
Association for the Study of Obesity (IASO) KualaLumpur, Malaysia 3/14
Kannapolis Education Foundation (invited BioMoto research lecture) Kannapolis, NC 1/14
American Society for Microbiology (research poster) Greenville, NC 10/13
Metabolon Workshop (symposium lecture) Kannapolis, NC 10/13
European College of Sport Science meeting (symposium lecture) Barcelona, Spain 6/13
ACSM Annual Meeting (6 abstracts presented) Indianapolis, IN 5/13
Metabolon Conference, University of Pennsylvania (invited lecture) Philadelphia, PA 5/13
EB Annual Meeting (7 abstracts) Boston, MA 4/13
Science in the Mountains (invited lecture) Boone, NC 4/13
University of Wisconsin (2 invited lectures, Family Med, Kinesiology) Madison, WI 4/13
1 st International Brazilian Exercise Immunology Conf. (2 lectures) Sao Paulo, Brazil 2/13
Blue Cross/Blue Shield Administrators Kannapolis, NC 1/13
International Sports and Exercise Nutrition Conference Newcastle, England 12/12
Ecuadorian Presidential Group Kannapolis, NC 11/12
National Science Writers Assoc. Kannapolis, NC 10/12
UNC Charlotte Life Sciences Conference (invited research lecture) Charlotte, NC 10/12
ASEA Conference (invited research lecture) Munich, Germany 10/12
ASEA Conference (invited research lecture) Orlando, FL 9/12
Campbell Soup administrators Kannapolis, NC 8/12
Florida Dietetic Association (invited lecture) Orlando, FL 7/12
ACSM Annual Meeting (2 symposiums, 2 other abstracts) San Francisco, CA 5/12
EB Annual Meeting (9 abstracts) San Diego, CA 4/12
Coca-Cola and PharmaChem Labs Atlanta, GA 4/12
SEACSM Annual Meeting (invited tutorial) Jacksonville, FL 1/12
INSEP Olympic Sports Nutrition Conference Paris, France 12/11
Dole Health/Fitness Blogger’s Conference Westlake Village, CA 11/11
Giant Eagle and HEB with Dole Foods, NCRC Kannapolis, NC 10/11
NCRC-Charlotte Economic Business and Higher Education Council Kannapolis, NC 9/11
UNC-GA Warfighter Conference Kannapolis, NC 8/11
Pan American Congress (invited lecture, GSSI) Guadalajara, Mexico 7/11McCormick Science Advisory Board (2 presentations) Hunt Valley, MD 6/11
ACSM Annual Meeting (9 abstracts and tutorial) Denver, CO 6/11
EB Annual Meeting (3 abstracts) Washington, D.C. 4/11
SCAN Conference (invited lecture) Chicago, IL 3/11
SEACSM (tutorial, 3 abstracts) Greenville, SC 2/11
ECU Administrators Kannapolis, NC 1/11
NC Biotechnology: Science Café Charlotte, NC 1/11
ASU Board of Trustees Boone, NC 12/10
Joint and Muscle Research Institute Charlotte, NC 11/10
Foothill Dietetics Association Boone, NC 11/10
ADA Annual Meeting (invited lecture) Boston, MA 11/10
NCRC October Lecture Series (2 lectures) Kannapolis, NC 10/10
NSCA Performance Nutrition Symposium (invited) Columbus, OH 10/10
American College of Sports Medicine (5 abstracts) Baltimore, MD 6/10
Experimental Biology Meeting (10 abstracts) Anaheim, CA 4/10
WebMD (research review) NCRC, Kannapolis, NC 4/10
University South Carolina Administrators (research rev) NCRC, Kannapolis, NC 4/10
Preventive Medicine Conference (invited lecture) Washington, DC 2/10
SEACSM (research poster) Greenville, SC 2/10
Marines Special Operations Command, ASU Boone, NC 1/10
US Army Special Operations Command, ASU group Boone, NC; Kannapolis, NC 12/09
Dole Foods Management Board, NCRC Kannapolis, NC 12/09
NC Biotechnology Center, NCRC group lecture Kannapolis, NC 12/09
Association for Behavioral & Cognitive Therapies (8 abstr) New York, NY 11/09
AICR Conference: Nutrition, Physical Activity and Cancer Washington, DC 10/09
Obesity Society (poster, research) Washington, DC 10/09
ISEI conference (invited lecture; chaired 2 sessions) Tubingen, Germany 9/09
ASU Graduate School, Office of Research & Sponsored Boone, NC 9/09
Florida State University, Sports Nutrition Conference Tallahassee, FL 6/09
PINES Sports Nutrition Conference (research lecture) Seattle, WA 5/09
ACSM (symposium, two abstracts) Seattle, WA 5/09
Sports Nutrition Conference (research, invited lecture) Munich, Germany 5/09
Aerospace Medical Association (research) Los Angeles, CA 5/09
ADA-SCAN conference (invited lecture) Phoenix, AZ 4/09
White House Forum on Health, ASU representative Greensboro, NC 4/09
University of Missouri Columbia, MO 3/09
North Carolina Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Assoc. Charlotte, NC 2/09
SEACSM (tutorial, 5 abstracts) Birmingham, AL 2/09
NCRC, MaRS Landing, research review Kannapolis, NC 12/08
ASU, Board of Trustees, research review Boone, NC 12/08
ASU, Hubbard Center, Mentor/Mentee Luncheon Boone, NC 11/08
ASU, Board of Visitors, research lecture Boone, NC 11/08
Charlotte Biotechnology Conference Charlotte, NC 10/08
Harvest Festival, North Carolina Research Campus Kannapolis, NC 10/08
Natick Labs (2 research presentations, invited) Natick, MA 9/08
PepsiCo management team (research review) Purchase, NY 8/08
ACSM (symposium, tutorial, poster, 3 abstracts) Indianapolis, IN 5/08
Aerospace Medical Association (research panel, DARPA) Boston, MA 5/08
Bosse Sports Club (invited lecture) Boston, MA 5/08
APA (poster, 4th author) Chicago, IL 5/08
MAHEC, Cardiac Rehab Conference (invited lecture) Asheville, NC 4/08
Coca-Cola, marketing (invited lecture) Atlanta, GA 2/08
SEACSM (2 symposiums, 3 abstracts) Birmingham, AL 2/08
DARPA PSP Investigators (lecture) Napa, CA 11/07
GSSI, Paula Newby-Fraser Triathlete Seminar Chicago, IL 07/07
ACSM (national, 6 abstracts) New Orleans, LA 06/07
Coca Cola management team (research review) Atlanta, GA 04/07
FASEB (4 abstracts) Washington, D.C. 04/07
International Life Science Institute (ILSI) (invited lecture) Washington, D.C. 04/07
GSSI, Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers (lecture) Phoenix, AZ 03/07
DARPA PSP Investigators (lecture) Miami Beach, FL 02/07
SEACSM (tutorial and 6 abstracts) Charlotte, NC 02/07
ETSU Internal Medicine Research Seminar (lecture) Johnson City, TN 11/06
LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon World Congress (lecture) Chicago, IL 10/06
DARPA PSP Investigators (lecture) San Diego, CA 7/06
Western States 100 Mile Run Symposium Squaw Valley, CA 6/06
ACSM (national, 5 abstracts) Denver, CO 6/06
Western Florida University (invited lecture) Pensacola, FL 4/06
SEACSM (Tutorial, scholar lecture 4 abstracts) Charlotte, NC 2/06Western Regional Meeting for Health Educators Asheville, NC 1/06
DARPA PSP Investigators (lecture) Austin, TX 12/05
American Dietetic Association, SCAN/WM (lecture) St. Louis, MO 10/05
International Symposium of Sports Science (3 lectures) Sao Paulo, Brazil 10/05
International Society of Exercise and Immunology Monte Carlo, Monaco 9/05
Federation International de Football Association Zurich, Switzerland 9/05
Gatorade Sports Science Institute (invited lecture) Chicago, IL 7/05
Western States 100 Mile Run Symposium (invited) Squaw Valley, CA 6/05
ACSM National Convention (six abstracts) Nashville, TN 6/05
Rotary Club Boone, NC 5/05
ACSM’s Health and Fitness Summit (2 invited lectures) Las Vegas, NV 3/05
Western Carolina Dietetics Association Asheville, NC 3/05
SEACSM (research) Charlotte, NC 1/05
NAASO (research) Las Vegas, NV 11/04
National Defense University; Dept of Defense (lecture) Washington, DC 11/04
American College of Rheumatology (invited lecture) San Antonio, TX 10/04
SCAN, American Dietetic Association (invited lecture) Anaheim, CA 10/04
DARPA Endogenous Defense Workshop Fairfax, VA 7/04
ACSM National Convention (six abstracts) Indianapolis, IN 6/04
North Carolina Cardiac Rehab Conference (2 lectures) Greensboro, NC 2/04
SEACSM (research) Atlanta, GA 1/04
Gatorade Sports Science Institute (invited lecture) Chicago, IL 7/03
International Society of Exercise and Immunology Copenhagen, Denmark 7/03
European Congress of Sports Science (lecture, chair) Salzburg, Austria 7/03
International Olympic Committee, Sports Nutrition Lausanne, Switzerland 6/03
ACSM National Convention (2 abstracts) San Francisco, CA 5/03
GSSI/Gatorade, invited presentation Chicago, IL 5/03
ACSM Health and Fitness Summit Reno, NV 4/03
SEACSM (research) Atlanta, GA 1/03
NIH: Interaction of Physical Activity and Nutrition Washington, D.C. 12/02
Ironman Sports Medicine Conference, 6 invited lectures Kona, Hawaii 10/02
ACSM National Convention (4 abstracts) St. Louis, MO 5/02
ACSM Health & Fitness Summit Orlando, FL 4/02
Sigma Xi, Appalachian State University Chapter Boone, NC 3/02
Update AHEC, Oncology Rehabilitation Greenville, SC 3/02
DARPA (Department of Defense) Arlington, VA 3/02
Nutritional Sciences Division, University of Illinois Urbana/Champaign, IL 2/02
SEACSM (research) Atlanta, GA 1/02
NAASO (research poster) Quebec City, Canada 10/01
1 st International Scientific Congress, Nutrition & Athletics Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 8/01
Gatorade Sports Science Institute, 2 lectures Guangzhou, Shanghai, China 6/01
International Society Exercise Immunology Baltimore, MD 5/01
ACSM, President’s lecture, colloquium, abstracts Baltimore, MD 5/01
ADA SCAN Conference (invited lecture) Washington, DC 4/01
Texas Nutrition Conference (invited lecture) College Station, TX 2/01
ACSM, Southeast regional (research; presiding officer) Columbia, SC 1/01
Bell Institute of Health & Nutrition, General Mills Minneapolis, MN 1/01
ACSM, Mid-Atlantic regional (invited lecture) Split Rock Resort, Pennsylvania 11/00
ACSM, New England regional (invited lecture) Providence, RI 11/00
International Symposium of UOEH University Kitakyushu, Japan 10/00
Nutrition Australia Melbourne, Australia 10/00
New Zealand Nutrition Foundation Christchurch, New Zealand 10/00
New Zealand Institute of Food Science and Technology Auckland, New Zealand 10/00
American Geriatrics Society, arthritis study group New York, NY 9/00
Gatorade Sports Science Institute Symposium (research) Coure d’ Alene, Idaho 6/00
ACSM National Convention (2 symposia, 4 abstracts) Indianapolis, IN 5/00
4 th International Conference on Nutrition & Fitness Old Olympia, Greece 5/00
DRI Panel for Macronutrients, FNB, IOM, NAS Washington, DC 5/00
ACSM, Southeast regional (research, tutorial) Charlotte, NC 1/00
Yale Conference, Women’s Health & Fitness (research) Yale University, New Haven, CT 10/99
German Sports Medicine Association (research) Freiburg, Germany 9/99
Prostate Cancer Awareness Symposium (book chapter) Boone, NC 9/99
SASMA/NOCSA International Conference (research) Johannesburg, South Africa 9/99
Sports Nutrition Conference, GSSI (research lecture) Chicago, IL 6/99
International Society, Exercise & Immunology (research) Rome, Italy 5/99
Virginia Tech University (invited lecture) Blacksburg, VA 4/99
Healthy People Convention, LLU School Public Health Loma Linda, CA 3/99
Postgraduate Convention, LLU School of Medicine Loma Linda, CA 3/99
ACSM, Southeast regional (research, tutorial) Norfolk, VA 2/99University of São Paulo (exercise immunology) São Paulo, Brazil 12/98
First International Sports Nutrition Conference (research) São Paulo, Brazil 12/98
10th International Congress on Immunology (symposium) New Delhi, India 11/98
Lifestyle Institute of America Oklahoma City, OK 10/98
ACSM National Convention (symposium, research) Orlando, FL 6/98
Mission St. Joseph's (invited keynote lecture) Asheville, NC 3/98
Michigan State University (invited keynote lecture) Lansing, MI 3/98
ACSM, Southeast regional (research) Destin, FL 1/98
International Society, Exercise & Immunology (research) Paderborn, Germany 11/97
Air Force Fitness Testing (invited expert reviewer) Dayton, OH 07/97
Immune Response to Inflammation (invited lecture) Toronto, Canada 07/97
NATA National Convention (symposium) Salt Lake City, Utah 06/97
ACSM National Convention (symposium, research) Denver, CO 05/97
3 rd International Congress, Vegetarian Nutrition Loma Linda, CA 03/97
ACSM, Southeast regional, research Atlanta, GA 01/97
Georgia Institute of Technology, Adult Fitness Program Atlanta, GA 01/97
Foothill Dietetics Association, invited Boone, NC 09/96
New World Fitness IDEA (3 research presentations) Orlando, FL 07/96
Overtraining/Overreaching Sport Conference Memphis, TN 07/96
International Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress (ICSSPE) Dallas, TX 07/96
Gatorade Sports Science Institute (symposium, reviewer) Vancouver, Canada 06/96
ACSM, National Convention (symposium, research) Cincinnati, OH 05/96
Committee on Military Nutrition Research, invited Fort Detrick, Frederick, MD 05/96
Mission Memorial Hospital, dietitians, invited lecture Asheville, NC 03/96
University of North Carolina, Greensboro, invited lecture Greensboro, NC 03/96
Scientific Aspects of Women’s Distance Running Columbia, SC (Olympic Trials) 02/96
University of South Carolina, invited lecture Columbia, SC 02/96
ACSM, Southeast regional, tutorial Chattanooga, TN 01/96
Gatorade Sports Science Institute, invited lecture Barrington, IL 12/95
UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of Nutrition Seminar UNC-Chapel Hill, NC 12/95
International Society of Exercise and Immunology Brussels, Belgium 11/95
Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology, invited lecture Quebec City, Canada 10/95
Ironman Sports Medicine Conference, invited lecture Kona, Hawaii 10/95
Third IOC World Congress, invited lecture Atlanta, GA 09/95
ACSM, National Convention (symposium, research) Minneapolis, MN 06/95
Mission Memorial Hospital, dietitians Asheville, NC 03/95
ACSM, Southeast regional, tutorial Louisville, KY 02/95
ACSM, Rocky Mountain Region, lecture tour Colorado & Wyoming 10/94
9th International Conference, Biochemistry of Exercise Aberdeen, Scotland 07/94
Gatorade Sports Science Institute, invited lecture Cancun, Mexico 06/94
ACSM, National Convention (research) Indianapolis, IN 06/94
Louisiana State Dietetics Convention, invited lecture Shreveport, LA 05/94
Mission Memorial Hospital, dietitians Asheville, NC 03/94
ACSM, Southeast Regional (research) Greensboro, NC 01/94
German National Sportsmedicine, invited lecture Paderborn, Germany 10/93
ACSM, National Convention (symposium; research) Seattle, WA 05/93
Waterloo University, Canada, invited lecture Waterloo, Canada 03/93
ACSM, Southwest Regional, invited lecture San Diego, CA 11/92
ACSM, National Convention (research) Dallas, TX 05/92
International Consensus Symposium, invited lecture Toronto, Canada 05/92
ACSM, Mid-Atlantic Regional, invited lecture Westminster, MD 02/92
ACSM, Southeast Regional (research) Auburn, AL 02/92
ACSM, Midwest Regional, invited lecture Toledo, OH 11/91
ACSM, National Convention (research) Orlando, FL 05/91
ACSM, Southeast Regional (tutorial and research) Louisville, KT 02/91
ACSM, National Convention (research) Salt Lake City, UT 05/90
ACSM, Southwest Regional (research) San Diego, CA 12/89
International Olympic Committee World Congress Colorado Springs, CO 10/89
National Conference on High Blood Pressure Lake Buena Vista, FL 05/89
ACSM, National Convention (research) Baltimore, MD 05/89
Society of Bariatric Physicians Convention Orlando, FL 10/88
International Conference on Exercise, Fitness Toronto, Canada 06/88
ACSM, National Convention (research) Dallas, TX 05/88
International Vegetarian Congress Washington, DC 03/87
ACSM, National Convention (research) Las Vegas, NV 05/87
ACSM, National Convention (research) Indianapolis, IN 05/86
Federation of American Societies (FASEB) St. Louis, MI 04/86
ACSM, National Convention (research) Nashville, TN 05/85
American Dietetic Association (research) New Orleans, LO 10/85Non-Technical Publications A total of more than 200 articles in a variety of lay, Internet, and professional publications including FirstFitness.com, BallyFitness.com, Fitness
Publisher, Women's Sports and Fitness, SCAN’s Pulse, Vibrant Life, Current Diet Review, Journal of Nutrition Education, Professional Pilot, Nurse
in Action, Ministry, Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, ACE Fitness Matters, Adventist Review, and the Watauga Democrat newspaper. I have
conducted research interviews with reporters from most major U.S. magazines and newspapers. I wrote a monthly health/fitness column for the
Asheville Citizen Times and Watauga Democrat newspapers over a 5-year period.
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