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November 04, 2010

This candidate followed our suggestions. His CV is little shorter and easier to follow. By arranging the entries in each section in reverse chronological order, the most recent—and, presumably, most significant—information is found easily on a quick read.

 

 

 

 

 


Tyson G. Candidate, Ph.D.

Web site

Phone number
tgcandidate@msu.mail.med.edu

Street address
City, State, Zip code

Education

July, 2010

The Middle State University, College of Medicine
Ph.D. in Physiology

Dissertation title: Neurovascular Responses to Melatonin in Humans
Adviser: John J. Doe, Ph.D.
Determined the neurovascular changes elicited by exogenous and endogenous plasma
melatonin at rest during vestibular stimulation.

2006

University of Texas at Austin
M.A. in Kinesiology with focus in Biomechanics

Master’s Report title: A Pedaling Paradigm Analyzed by Wavelet Analysis Techniques
Adviser: Arlene Anyone, Ph.D.
Collaborated with Dr. Walter Researcher of Drexel University to develop a system to
analyze EMG signals of children throughout their pubertal development by combining
the wave characteristics (time, amplitude, and frequency) into one quantifiable unit.

2005

University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
B.S. in Movement Science

 

Research Interests and Additional Research Experience

Interested in how the neural circuitry adapts to various stimuli and is altered throughout the lifespan in humans.

Summer 2007

Motor Development Laboratory, University of Texas, Austin, TX
Research Engineer

Fall 2005

Research Assistant

Led the biomechanics section of a cross campus research collaboration working with a team of professors to test the metabolic and mechanical efficiency of a novel Q-ring for competitive cyclists.

 

Professional Affiliations

2008 – present
2008 – present
2008 – present

American Physiological Society (APS)
American Heart Association (AHA)
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

 

Honors and Awards:

John Q. Public Professional Opportunity Award
American Physiological Society
2010
 
LMNO Travel Award
The Middle State College of Medicine
2010
 
XYZ Award for Outstanding Ph.D. Candidate
The Middle State University College of Medicine
2009 - 2010
 
ABC Scholarship
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
2002-2005

 

Teaching Experience

University of Texas, Austin TX
 
Biomechanics Laboratory Techniques Graduate 2006
Motor Assessment Skills Undergraduate 2006
Weight Training Undergraduate 2006
Cardiovascular & Weight Training Undergraduate 2005-2006

 

Institutional Service

The Middle State University, College of Medicine
 
Academic Integrity Representative Graduate Student Assembly 2008-2010
Secretary Graduate Student Assembly 2009-2010
Student Senator -- University Planning Committee Faculty Senate 2009-2010
Co-Chair Career Day 2009 2009-2010

 

Grant Funding

Title Awarding Agency Dates Amount

NASA Space Grant Fellowship
P.I.--T.G. Candidate
ABC Space Grant Consortium 08/2009-07/2011 $10,000

 

Scholarly Activities

A.    Publications

Journal Articles, refereed

1.    Candidate, T.G. and J.J. Doe.  Modulation of muscle sympathetic nerve activity to muscle heating during dynamic exercise.  American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Comparative and Integrative Physiology 296: R1439-1444, 2009.

Manuscripts Submitted
    
1.    Candidate, T.G. and J.J. Doe.  Melatonin attenuates the vestibulosympathetic but not vestibulocollic reflexes in humans: selective impairment of the utricles.  Journal of Physiology (London)

Manuscripts in Preparation

1.    Candidate, T.G., Name 2, and J.J. Doe.  Melatonin differentially affects vascular blood flow in humans.

2.    Candidate, T.G., Name 3, and J.J. Doe.  Circadian rhythm of muscle sympathetic nerve activity: implications for melatonin.

Published Abstracts

1.    Candidate, T.G. and J.J. Doe. Melatonin attenuates the vestibulosympathetic reflex in humans. Clinical Autonomic Research 19:303, 2009.

2.    Candidate, T.G., Name 3, Name 2, and J.J. Doe. Is there diurnal variation with the vestibulosympathetic reflex? The FASEB Journal 24:616.5, 2010.

3.    Candidate, T.G., Name 3, Name 2, and J.J. Doe. Evidence of a circadian rhythm for muscle sympathetic nerve activity in humans. The FASEB Journal 24:802.1, 2010.

4.    Candidate, T.G., Name 3, Name 2, and J.J. Doe. Effect of melatonin on the vestibulocollic reflex in humans. The FASEB Journal 24:1020.1, 2010.

B.    Scientific Presentations

1.    Candidate, T.G., Name 2, and J.J. Doe.  Endurance training attenuates the vestibulosympathetic reflex in runners.  Middle State College of Medicine Graduate Forum, City, State, March 2009.

2.    Candidate, T.G., Name 2, and J.J. Doe. Endurance training attenuates the vestibulosympathetic reflex in runners. Middle State College of Medicine Physiology Faculty/Student Meeting, City, State, May 2009.

3.    Candidate, T.G., Name 2, and J.J. Doe. Endurance training attenuates the vestibulosympathetic reflex in runners. Middle State College of Medicine Physiology/Medicine Research Day, City, State, June 2009.

4.    Candidate, T.G. and J.J. Doe. Melatonin attenuates the vestibulosympathetic reflex in humans. Middle State College of Medicine Physiology/Medicine Research Day, City, State, June 2009.

5.    Candidate, T.G. and J.J. Doe. Melatonin attenuates the vestibulosympathetic reflex in humans. 20th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System of the American Autonomic Society, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, November 2009.

6.    Candidate, T.G., Name 3, Name 2, and J.J. Doe.  Evidence of a circadian rhythm for muscle sympathetic nerve activity in humans.  Middle State College of Medicine Graduate Forum, City, State, March 2010.

7.    Candidate, T.G., Name 3, Name 2, and J.J. Doe. Evidence of a circadian rhythm for muscle sympathetic nerve activity in humans. Annual meeting of the Federation of American Societies of Experimental Biology (Experimental Biology 2010), Anaheim, CA, April, 2010.

8.    Candidate, T.G., Name 3, Name 2, and J.J. Doe. Is there diurnal variation with the vestibulosympathetic reflex? Annual meeting of the Federation of American Societies of Experimental Biology (Experimental Biology 2010), Anaheim, CA, April, 2010.

9.    Candidate, T.G., Name 3, Name 2, and J.J. Doe. Effect of melatonin on the vestibulocollic reflex in humans. Annual meeting of the Federation of American Societies of Experimental Biology (Experimental Biology 2010), Anaheim, CA, April, 2010.