Charles Stebbins

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Professor of Internal Medicine and Human Physiology

Departments

Cardiovascular Physio(IntMed)

Offices and Labs

TB 172, Bioletti Way
(530)752-4714

Profile Introduction

Neural and hormonal control of the cardiovascular system during exercise in physiological conditions and in heart disease

Degrees

1981 PhD Exercise Physiology University of Wisconsin, Madison
0 BS Physical Education California State University @ Hayward
0 MA Physical Education University of California, Berkeley

Research Interests

Neural and hormonal control of the cardiovascular system during exercise in physiological conditions and in heart disease

Department and Center Affiliations

Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
Department of Human Physiology

ProfessionalSocieties

American Physiological Society
American College of Sports Medicine, Fellow

CBS Grad Group Affiliations

Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Physiology

Specialties / Focus

Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Physiology
  • Cardiorespiratory Physiology
  • Exercise Physiology

Graduate Groups not Housed in CBS

Exercise Science

Labs

Room 3103 East, Main Hospital, UCDMC
  • Dr. Ann Knowlton, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Co-investigator Buddy Walser, Ph.D. graduate student (MCP) Rose Giordano, Ph.D. graduate student (Nutrition)

Teaching Interests

Cardiovascular physiology. Neural control of the cardiovascular system during exercise. Neurohormonal control of the cardiovascular system during exercise. Vascular biology and endothelial function during exercise.

Courses

MCP 210B Advance Physiology (Winter)
EXS 201 Cardiorespiratory Physiology During Exercise (Fall)
HPH 400 Human Physiology (Winter)

Publications

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  • Endogenous prostaglandins limit angiotensin-II induced regional vasoconstriction in conscious rats. C.L. Stebbins, J.D. Symons, K.S. Hageman, and T.I. Musch. J. Cardiovasc. Pharmacol. 42: 10-16, 2003.
  • Cardiovascular responses to static and dynamic contraction during comparable workloads in humans. C.L. Stebbins, B. Walser, and M. Jafarzadeh. Am. J. Physiol. Integr. Integr. Comp. Physiol. 283: R568-R575, 2002.
  • Effects of caffeine and high ambient temperature on haemodynamic and body temperature responses to dynamic exercise. C.L. Stebbins, J.W. Daniels, and W. Lewis. Clin. Physiol. 21: 5: 528-533, 2001.
  • Central and peripheral effects of angiotensin II on the cardiovascular response to exercise. J.H. Warren, W. Lewis, C.E. Wraa, and C.L. Stebbins. J. Cardiovasc. Pharmacol. 38: 693-705, 2001.
  • Interactions between angiotensin II and nitric oxide during exercise in normal and heart failure rats. J. D. Symons, C.L. Stebbins, and T.I. Musch. J. Appl. Physiol. 87: 574-581, 1999.