Ross Querry, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department: Physical Therapy, Orthopaedic Surgery

Education

Graduate School University of North Texas Health Science Center (), Physiology
Graduate School Texas Woman University (), Physical Therapy

Research Interests

  • Lifestyle wellness and fitness components that contribute to physical disability or disease
  • Neural control of cardiovascular regulation

Publications

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Featured Publications

Changes in supraspinal activation patterns following robotic locomotor therapy in motor-incomplete spinal cord injury

Winchester, P., McColl, R., R.G. Querry, Foreman, N., Mosby, J., Tansey, K., Willamson, J. Neurorehabil Neural Repair December 2005 19:4 313-324

Anatomical and functional characteristics of carotid sinus stimulation in humans

Querry, R.G., S.A. Smith, M. Stromstad, K. Ide, N.H. Secher, P.B. Raven American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology May 2001 280 2390-2398

Neural blockade augments central command contribution to carotid baroreflex resetting during exercise in man.

Querry, R.G., S.A. Smith, M. Stromstad, K. Ide, P.B. Raven, N.H. Secher American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology April 2001 280 1635-1644

Effects of partial neuromuscular blockade on carotid baroreflex function during exercise in humans.

Gallagher, K.M., P.J. Fadel, M. Stromstad, K. Ide, S.A. Smith, R.G. Querry, P.B. Raven, N.H. Secher Journal of Physiology 2001 533 861-870

Carotid baroflex function during prolonged exercise.

Norton, K.H., K.M. Gallagher, S.A. Smith, R.G. Querry, R.M. Welch-O'Connor, P.B. Raven Journal of Applied Physiology July 1999 87 339-347

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Professional Associations/Affiliations

  • American College of Sports Medicine
  • American Physical Therapy Association