Jere Mitchell, M.D.

Clinical Professor

Endowed Title: S. Roger and Carolyn P. Horchow Chair in Cardiac Research, in Honor of Jere H. Mitchell, M.D.

Department: Internal Medicine, Physiology

Graduate Programs: Biomedical Engineering

Education

Medical School UT Southwestern Medical Center (1954)
Internship Parkland Health and Hospital System (1955), Internal Medicine
Residency Parkland Health and Hospital System (1956), Internal Medicine
Fellowship UT Southwestern Medical Center (1958), Cardiology

Specialty Areas

Clinical Interests

  • Internal Medicine

Research Interests

  • Cardiovascular Response and Adaptation to Exercise
  • Control of Left Ventricular Function
  • Neural Control of Circulation during Exercise

Publications

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Featured Publications

Role of the exercise pressor reflex in rats with dilated cardiomyopathy.

Smith, S., J.H. Mitchell, and M.G. Garry Circulation September 2003 108 1126-1132

Glutamate release in the midbrain periaqueductal gray by activation of skeletal muscle receptors and arterial baroreceptors in cats.

Li, J. and J.H. Mitchell AJP Heart and Circulatory Physiology March 2003 285 H137-H144

Role of central command in carotid baroreflex resetting in humans during static exercise.

Ogoh, S., Wasmund, W.L., Keller, D.M., O-Yurvati, A. Gallagher, K.M., Mitchell, J.H. and Raven, P.B. Journal of Physiology August 2002 543.1 349-364

A 30-year follow-up of the Dallas bed rest and training study.

McGuire, D.K., B.D. Levine, J.W. Williamson, P.G. Snell, C.G. Blomqvist, B. Saltin, and J.H. Mitchell Circulation September 2001 104 1358-1366

A 30-year follow-up of the Dallas bed rest and training study. I. Effect of age on the cardiovascular response to exercise.

McGuire, D.K., B.D. Levine, J.W. Williamson, P.G. Snell, C.G. Blomqvist, B. Saltin, and J.H. Mitchell. Circulation September 2001 104 1350-1357

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Honors/Awards

  • Distinguished Scientist Award
    American College of Cardiology (1999)
  • Carl J. Wiggers Award
    CV Section, American Physiological Society (1992)
  • Honor Award
    American College of Sports Medicine (1988)
  • Young Investigator's Award
    American College of Cardiology (1961)
  • Alpha Omege Alpha
    U.T. Southwestern (1954)