Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Complete List of Published Work in MyBibliography:

  • D’Agata, MN, Hoopes, EK, Berube, FR, Hirt, AE, Kuczmarski, AV, Ranadive, SM, Wenner, MM, Witman, MA. (2021). Evidence of Reduced Peripheral Microvascular Function in Young Black Women Across the Menstrual Cycle. J Appl Physiol. https://doi.org/10.1152/japplphysiol.00452.2021
  • Berube, FB, Hoopes, EK, D’Agata, MN, Patterson. F, Ives, SJ, Farquhar, WB, Witman, MA. (2021). Subjective Sleep Score Is Associated with Central and Peripheral Blood Pressure Values in Children Aged 7-12 Years. Journal of Sleep Research. https://doi.org/10.1111/jsr.13440
  • D’Agata, MN, Hoopes, EK, Berube, FB, Hirt, AE, Witman, MA. (2021). Young Black Women Demonstrate Impaired Microvascular but Preserved Macrovascular Function Compared to White Women. Experimental Physiology. https://doi.org/10.1113/EP089702
  • Hoopes, EK, Patterson, F, Berube, FR, D’Agata, MN, Brewer, B, Malone, SK, Farquhar, WB, Witman, MA. (2021). Actigraphy-derived Rest-Activity Rhythms are Associated with Nocturnal Blood Pressure in Young Women. Journal of Hypertension. https://doi.org/10.1097/HJH.0000000000002966
  • Hoopes, EK, D’Agata, MN, Berube, FR, Ranadive, SM, Patterson, F, Farquhar, WB, Edwards, DG, Witman, MA. (2021). Consistency where it Counts: Sleep Regularity is Associated with Circulating Immune Cell Concentrations in Young Adults. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity – Health. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bbih.2021.100233
  • Hoopes, EK, Witman, MA, D’Agata, MN, Berube, FR, Brewer, B, Malone, SK, Grandner, MA, Patterson, F. (2021). Rest-Activity Rhythms in Emerging Adults: Implications for Cardiometabolic Health. Chronobiology International. https://doi.org/10.1080/07420528.2020.1868490
  • Hoopes, EK, Berube, FB, D’Agata, MN, Patterson, F, Farquhar, WB, Edwards, DG, and Witman, MAH. Sleep Duration Regularity, But Not Sleep Duration, is Associated with Microvascular Function in College Students. Sleep, 2020, https://doi.org/10.1093/sleep/zsaa175
  • Ives, SJ, Layec, G, Hart, C, Gifford, JR, Garten, RS, Witman, MA, Sorensen, J, and Richardson, RS. Passive Leg Movement in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Evidence of Locomotor Muscle Vascular Dysfunction. Journal of Applied Physiology 2020, 128(5):1402-1411. doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00568.2019
  • Katulka, EK, Hirt, AE, Kirkman, DL, Edwards, DG, and Witman, MA.  Altered Vascular Function in Chronic Kidney Disease: Evidence from Passive Leg Movement. Invited Submission. Physiological Reports. 7(8):e14075.
  • Broxterman, RM, Witman, MA, Trinity, JD, Groot, HJ, Rossman, MJ, Park, SY, Malenfant, S, Gifford, JR, Kwon, OS, Park, SH, Jarrett, CL, Shields, KL, Hydren, JR, Bisconti,AV, Owan, T, Abraham, A, Tandar, A, Lui, CY, Smith, BR, and Richardson, RS. A Strong Relationship between Vascular Function in the Coronary and Brachial Artery Assessed by the Updated Flow-mediated dilation (FMD) test: A clinical coming of age for FMD? Hypertension. 2019, 74(1):208-215.
  • Barrett-O’Keefe, Z, Lee, JF, Berber, A, Witman, MA, Nativi-Nicolau, J, Stehlik, J, Richardson, RS, and Wray, DW. Metaboreceptor Activation in Heart Failure with Reduced Ejection Fraction: Linking Central and Peripheral Hemodynamics. Exp Physiol 2018, 103(6):807-818.
  • Wenner, MM, Patterson, F, Wright, R, Lennon, S, Witman, MA, and Edwards, D. Center of Biomedical Research Excellence in Cardiovascular Health. Delaware Journal of Public Health, 2017, 3(2): 4-10.
  • Rossman, MJ, Groot, HJ, Garten, RS, Witman, MA, and Richardson, RS. Vascular Function Assessed by Passive Leg Movement and Flow-mediated Dilation: Initial Evidence of Construct Validity. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 2016, 311(5):H1277-1286.
  • Nelson, A, Rossman, MJ, Witman, MA, Barrett-O’Keefe, Z, Groot, HJ, Garten, RS, and Richardson, RS. Nitric-oxide-mediated Vascular Function in Sepsis using Passive Leg Movement as a Novel Assessment: A Cross-sectional Study. Journal of Applied Physiology 2016, 120(9):991-9.
  • Trinity, JD, Wray, DW, Witman, MA, Layec, G, Barrett-O’Keefe, Z, Ives, SJ, Conklin, JD, Reese, V, Zhao, J, and Richardson, RS. Ascorbic Acid Improves Brachial Artery Vasodilation during Progressive Handgrip Exercise in the Elderly through a Nitric Oxide-mediated Mechanism. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 2016, 310(6):H765-74.
  • Gifford, JR, Garten, RS, Nelson, AD, Trinity, JD, Layec, G, Witman, MA, Weavil, JC, Mangum, T, Hart, C, Etheredge, C, Jessop, J, Bledsoe, A, Morgan, DE, Wray, DW, and Richardson, RS. Symmorphosis and Skeletal Muscle VO2max: In Vivo and In Vitro Measures Reveal Differing Constraints in the Exercise Trained and Untrained Human. J Physiol.2016, 594(6):1741-51.
  • Ives, SJ, Amann, J, Venturelli, M, Witman, MA, Groot, JH, Wray, DW, Morgan, DE, and Richardson, RS. The Mechanoreflex and Hemodynamic Response to Passive Leg Movement in Heart Failure. MSSE 2016, 48(3):368-76.
  • Witman, MA, Garten, RS, Gifford, JR, Groot, HJ, Trinity, JD, Stehlik, J, Nativi, JN, Selzman, CH, Drakos, SG, and Richardson, RS. Further Peripheral Vascular Dysfunction in Heart Failure Patients with a Continuous-flow Left Ventricular Assist Device: The role of pulsatility. JACC Heart Fail. 2015, 3(9):703-11. (Associated Editorial Comment).
  • Rossman, MJ, Trinity, JD, Garten, RS, Ives, SJ, Conklin, J, Barrett-O’Keefe, Z, Witman, MA, Bledsoe, A, Morgan, D, Runnels, S, Reese, V, Zhao, J, Amann, M, Wray, DW, and Richardson, RS.Oral Antioxidants improve Leg Blood Flow during Exercise in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 2015, 309(5):H977-85.
  • Witman, MA, Ives, SJ, Trinity, JD, Groot, HJ, Stehik, J, and Richardson, RS. Partitioning the Impact of Central and Peripheral Dysfunction in Heart Failure. Int J Cardiol 2015, 178:232-8.
  • Barrett-O’Keefe, Z, Lee, JL, Berbert, A, Witman, MA, Nativi, JN, Stehlik, J, Richardson, RS, and Wray, DW. Hemodynamic Responses to Small Muscle Mass Exercise in Heart Failure Patients with Reduced Ejection Fraction. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 2014, 307(10):H1512-20.
  • Amann, M, Venturelli, M, Ives, SJ, Morgan, DE, Gmelch, B, Witman, MA, Groot, HJ, Wray, DW, Stehlik, J., and Richardson, RS. Group III/IV Muscle Afferents Impair Limb Blood Flow in Patients with Chronic Heart Failure. Int J Cardiol. 2014, 174(2):368-75.
  • Ives, SJ, Harris, RA, Witman, MA, Fjeldstad, AS, Garten, RS, McDaniel, J, Wray, DW, and Richardson, RS.Vascular Dysfunction and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: The Role of Redox Balance. Hypertension, 2014, 63(3):459-67.
  • Trinity, JD, Wray, DW, Witman, MA, Layec, G, Barrett-O’Keefe, Z, Ives, SJ, Conklin, J, Reese, V, and Richardson, RS. The Contribution of Nitric Oxide to Brachial Artery Vasodilation during Progressive Handgrip Exercise in the ElderlyAm J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol, 2013, 305(8): R893-R899.
  • Wray, DW, Witman, MA, Ives, SJ, McDaniel, J, Trinity, JD, Conklin, JD, Supiano, MA, and Richardson, RS. Does brachial artery FMD provide a bioassay for nitric oxide? Hypertension, 2013, 62(2): 345-51.
  • Ives, SJ, McDaniel, J, Witman, MA, and Richardson, RS. Passive limb movement: Evidence of mechanoreflex sex specificity. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 2013, 304(1): H154-61.
  • Barrett-O’Keefe, Z, Witman, MA, McDaniel, J, Fjeldstad, AS, Trinity, JD, Ives, SJ, Conklin, JD, Reese, V, Runnels, S, Morgan, DE, Sander, M, Richardson, RS, and Wray, DW. Angiotensin-II potentiates alpha-adrenergic vasoconstriction in the elderly. Clinical Science, 2013, 124(6): 413-22.
  • Witman, MA, McDaniel, J, Fjeldstad, AS, Ives, SJ, Zhao, J, Nativi, JN, Stehlik, JS, Wray, DW, and Richardson, RS. A Differing Role of Oxidative Stress in the Regulation of Central and Peripheral Hemodynamics during Exercise in Heart FailureAm J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 2012, 303(10): H1237-44. (Featured Article).
  • Larson, A, Witman, MA, Guo, Y, Ives, S, Richardson, RS, Bruno, RS, Jalili, T, and Symons, JD. Acute, quercetin-induced reductions in blood pressure in hypertensives are not secondary to lower plasma angiotensin converting enzyme activity or endothelin-1: nitric oxide. Nutrition Research, 2012, 32(8): 557-64.
  • Witman, MA, Fjeldstad, AS, McDaniel, J, Ives, SJ, Zhao, J, Barrett-O’Keefe, Z, Nativi, JN, Stehlik, J, Wray, DW, and Richardson, RS. Vascular Function and the Role of Oxidative Stress in Heart Failure, Heart Transplant, and BeyondHypertension, 2012, 60(3): 659-68.
  • Wray, DW, Nishiyama, SK, Harris, RA, Zhao, J, McDaniel, J, Fjeldstad, AS, Witman, MA, Ives, SJ, Barrett-O’Keefe, Z, and Richardson, RS. Acute Reversal of Endothelial Dysfunction in the Elderly after Antioxidant ConsumptionHypertension, 2012, 59(4): 818-24.
  • Ives, SJ, Andtbacka, RHI, Noyes, RD, Witman, MA, McDaniel, J, Amann, M, Symons, JD, Wray, DW, and R.S. Richardson. Effect of Temperature on Alpha-Adrenergic Responsivenessin Human Arteries Studied In VitroExp Physiol, 2011, 96: 907-18.
  • Fjeldstad, AS, McDaniel, J, Witman, MA, Ives, SJ, Zhao, J, Rose, JW, Hannon, J, Wray, DW, and Richardson, RS. Vascular function and the role of oxidative stress in Multiple SclerosisJ of Neurology, 2011, 258: 2036-42.
  • Trinity, J, McDaniel, J, Venturelli, M, Fjeldstad, A, Ives, S, Witman, MA, Barrett-O’Keefe, Amann, M, Wray, DW, and Richardson, RS. Central and Hemodynamic Contributions to Movement-induced Hyperemia: Impact of Body Position. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 2011, 300: H1885-91.
  • Wray, DW, Witman, MA, Ives, SJ, McDaniel, J, Fjeldstad, AS, Trinity, JD, Conklin, J, Supiano, MA, and Richardson, RS. Progressive Handgrip Exercise: Evidence of Nitric Oxide-dependent Vasodilation and Blood Flow Regulation in Humans.Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 2011, 300: H1101-7.
  • McDaniel, J, Hayman, MA, Ives, SJ, Fjeldstad, AS, Trinity, JD, Wray, DW, and Richardson, RS. Attenuated Exercise Hyperemia with Age: The response to passive limb movementJournal of Physiology, 2010, 588: 4507-4517.
  • Hayman, MA, Nativi, J, Stehlik, J, McDaniel, J, Fjeldstad, AS, Ives, SJ, Wray, DW, Bader, F, Gilbert, EM, and Richardson, RS. Understanding Exercise-induced hyperemia: Central and peripheral hemodynamic responses to passive limb movement in heart transplant recipientsAm J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 2010, 299: H1653-H1659.
  • McDaniel, J, Fjeldstad, AS, Ives, S, Hayman, M, Kithas, P, and Richardson, RS. Central and peripheral contributors to skeletal muscle hyperemia: The response to passive limb movement. Journal of Applied Physiology. 2010, 108: 76-84.
  • Hayman, MA, Wray, DW, and Richardson, RS. Comment on: Commentaries on viewpoint: Pick your Poiseuille: normalizing the shear stimulus in studies of flow-mediated dilation. Journal of Applied Physiology, 2009, 107: 1357-9.
  • Edwards, DG, Gauthier, AL, HaymanMA, Lang, JT, and Kenefick, RW. Acute Effects of Cold Exposure on Central Aortic Wave ReflectionJournal of Applied Physiology, 100: 1210-1214, 2006.