Dr. Brittany Edgett, PhD
Faculty of Kinesiology
PDF Integrative Physiology, University of Guelph & Dalhousie University, 2021
PhD Mitochondrial Biology, Queen's University, 2017
MSc Exercise Physiology, Queen's University, 2012
BSc Human Kinetics Saint Francis Xavier University, 2010
Dr. Brittany Edgett is an integrative exercise physiologist interested in sex differences and the physiological and molecular mechanisms underlying exercise intolerance and metabolic adaptations to exercise. Her lab uses a variety of techniques in physiology, molecular biology, protein biochemistry, and histology using an animal-to-human research approach to study the interplay between various organ systems that regulate cardiometabolic health and how this differs in men and women.
Areas of Research
- Cardiac Function
- Cardiometabolic Disease
- Energy Metabolism
- Exercise Physiology
- Mitochondrial Function
- Muscle Physiology
- Sex Differences
- Substrate Availability
- Killam Postdoctoral Fellowship, Killam Trusts, Dalhousie University. 2018
- Early Career Author Prize Runner Up, Experimental Physiology. 2016
- Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship Doctoral Award, NSERC. 2014
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