David Proctor

Professor of Kinesiology, Physiology, and Medicine

David Proctor

Research Summary

Physiology of aging and exercise; cardiovascular responses to exercise; regulation of skeletal muscle blood flow; skeletal muscle adaptation; vascular adaptation.

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Near Infrared Spectroscopy Blood Vessels Exercise Blood Pressure Arm Oxygen Forearm Leg Dilatation Extremities Nitrates Muscles Reperfusion Femoral Artery Fats Ischemia Brachial Artery Menopause Cardiovascular Diseases Dietary Supplements Hyperemia Muscle Peripheral Arterial Disease Randomized Controlled Trials Thigh

Most Recent Papers

Near-infrared spectroscopy detects transient decrements and recovery of microvascular responsiveness following prolonged forearm ischemia

Rogerio N. Soares, Yasina B. Somani, Ahmad M. Al-Qahtani, David Nathan Proctor, Juan M. Murias, 2019, Microvascular Research

Aging women and their endothelium: probing the relative role of estrogen on vasodilator function.

Y Somani, James Pawelczyk, Mary Jane De Souza, Penny Kris-Etherton, David Proctor, 2019, American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology on p. H395-H404

Replacing saturated fat with walnuts or vegetable oils improves central blood pressure and serum lipids in adults at risk for cardiovascular disease: A randomized controlled-feeding trial

Alyssa M. Tindall, Kristina S. Petersen, Ann C. Skulas-Ray, Chesney K. Richter, David N. Proctor, Penny M. Kris-Etherton, 2019, Journal of the American Heart Association on p. e011512

Effects of acute dietary nitrate supplementation on aortic blood pressures and pulse wave characteristics in post-menopausal women

Danielle Jin Kwang Kim, Carly A. Roe, Yasina B. Somani, David Moore, Megan A. Barrett, Michael Flanagan, Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Swati Basu, Matthew D. Muller, David Nathan Proctor, 2019, Nitric Oxide - Biology and Chemistry on p. 10-16

The association between near-infrared spectroscopy-derived and flow-mediated dilation assessment of vascular responsiveness in the arm

Rogerio N. Soares, Yasina B. Somani, David Nathan Proctor, Juan M. Murias, 2019, Microvascular Research on p. 41-44

Nutraceuticals with blood pressure lowering potential: A summary of clinically relevant information

K Levenberg, M Flanagan, Y Somani, F Aziz, David Proctor, 2019, Journal of Hypertension and Management

Acute application of a transdermal nitroglycerin patch protects against prolonged forearm ischemia-induced microvascular dysfunction

Rogerio N. Soares, David N. Proctor, Gustavo V. de Oliveira, Thiago Silveira Alvares, Juan M. Murias, 2019, Microcirculation

Retrograde and oscillatory shear increase across the menopause transition

Yasina B. Somani, David J. Moore, Danielle Jin Kwang Kim, Joaquin U. Gonzales, Matthew A. Barlow, Steriani Elavsky, David N. Proctor, 2019, Physiological reports

Differences in vascular function between trained and untrained limbs assessed by near-infrared spectroscopy

Rogério Nogueira Soares, Mitchell A. George, David Nathan Proctor, Juan M. Murias, 2018, European Journal of Applied Physiology on p. 2241-2248

Esmolol acutely alters oxygen supply-demand balance in exercising muscles of healthy humans

David N. Proctor, J. Carter Luck, Stephan R. Maman, Urs A. Leuenberger, Matthew D. Muller, 2018, Physiological reports

Most-Cited Papers

Age and sex influence the balance between maximal cardiac output and peripheral vascular reserve

Samuel J. Ridout, Beth A. Parker, Sandra L. Smithmyer, Joaquin U. Gonzales, Kenneth C. Beck, David N. Proctor, 2010, Journal of applied physiology on p. 483-489

Acute dietary nitrate supplementation does not augment submaximal forearm exercise hyperemia in healthy young men

Jin Kwang Kim, David Moore, David G. Maurer, Daniel B. Kim-Shapiro, Swati Basu, Michael Flanagan, Ann C. Skulas-Ray, Penny Margaret Kris-Etherton, David Nathan Proctor, 2014, Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism on p. 122-128

Blood pressure and calf muscle oxygen extraction during plantar flexion exercise in peripheral artery disease

J. Carter Luck, Amanda J. Miller, Faisal Aziz, John Radtka, David Nathan Proctor, Urs Leuenberger, Lawrence Sinoway, X. Matthew D. Muller, 2017, Journal of applied physiology on p. 2-10

Differences in vascular function between trained and untrained limbs assessed by near-infrared spectroscopy

Rogério Nogueira Soares, Mitchell A. George, David Nathan Proctor, Juan M. Murias, 2018, European Journal of Applied Physiology on p. 2241-2248

Relation of femoral diameter, shear rate, and dilatory response to knee extensor exercise

Joaquin U. Gonzales, Julie A. Miedlar, Beth A. Parker, David N. Proctor, 2010, Medicine and science in sports and exercise on p. 1870-1875

Coronary Exercise Hyperemia Is Impaired in Patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease

Amanda J. Ross, Zhaohui Gao, Jonathan Carter Luck, Cheryl A. Blaha, Aimee E. Cauffman, Faisal Aziz, John F. Radtka, David N. Proctor, Urs A. Leuenberger, Lawrence I. Sinoway, Matthew D. Muller, 2017, Annals of Vascular Surgery on p. 260-267

Arterial stiffness is higher in older adults with increased perceived fatigue and fatigability during walking

Joaquin U. Gonzales, Matthew Wiberg, Elizabeth Defferari, David N. Proctor, 2015, Experimental Gerontology on p. 92-97

Exercise-induced vasodilation is associated with menopause stage in healthy middle-aged women

David Moore, Joaquin U. Gonzales, Steven H. Tucker, Steriani Elavsky, David Nathan Proctor, 2012, Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism on p. 418-424

The association between near-infrared spectroscopy-derived and flow-mediated dilation assessment of vascular responsiveness in the arm

Rogerio N. Soares, Yasina B. Somani, David Nathan Proctor, Juan M. Murias, 2019, Microvascular Research on p. 41-44

Incorporating freeze-dried strawberry powder into a high-fat meal does not alter postprandial vascular function or blood markers of cardiovascular disease risk

Chesney K. Richter, Ann C. Skulas-Ray, Trent L. Gaugler, Joshua D. Lambert, David N. Proctor, Penny M. Kris-Etherton, 2017, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition on p. 313-322