Julien V Brugniaux
Julien V Brugniaux
Associate Professor - Exercise Physiology
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Neuromuscular fatigue during a long-duration cycling exercise
R Lepers, NA Maffiuletti, L Rochette, J Brugniaux, GY Millet
Journal of applied physiology 92 (4), 1487-1493, 2002
Sildenafil inhibits altitude-induced hypoxemia and pulmonary hypertension
JP Richalet, P Gratadour, P Robach, I Pham, M Déchaux, ...
American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine 171 (3), 275-281, 2005
Elevated aerobic fitness sustained throughout the adult lifespan is associated with improved cerebral hemodynamics
DM Bailey, CJ Marley, JV Brugniaux, D Hodson, KJ New, S Ogoh, ...
Stroke 44 (11), 3235-3238, 2013
Effects of exposure to intermittent hypoxia on oxidative stress and acute hypoxic ventilatory response in humans
V Pialoux, PJ Hanly, GE Foster, JV Brugniaux, AE Beaudin, SE Hartmann, ...
American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine 180 (10), 1002-1009, 2009
Eighteen days of “living high, training low” stimulate erythropoiesis and enhance aerobic performance in elite middle-distance runners
JV Brugniaux, L Schmitt, P Robach, G Nicolet, JP Fouillot, S Moutereau, ...
Journal of Applied Physiology 100 (1), 203-211, 2006
Point: Counterpoint: Hypobaric hypoxia induces/does not induce different responses from normobaric hypoxia
GP Millet, R Faiss, V Pialoux
Journal of applied physiology 112 (10), 1783-1784, 2012
Living high–training low: effect on erythropoiesis and aerobic performance in highly-trained swimmers
P Robach, L Schmitt, JV Brugniaux, B Roels, G Millet, P Hellard, G Nicolet, ...
European journal of applied physiology 96 (4), 423-433, 2006
Impaired cerebral haemodynamic function associated with chronic traumatic brain injury in professional boxers
DM Bailey, DW Jones, A Sinnott, JV Brugniaux, KJ New, D Hodson, ...
Clinical science 124 (3), 177-189, 2013
Cerebrovascular responses to altitude
JV Brugniaux, ANH Hodges, PJ Hanly, MJ Poulin
Respiratory physiology & neurobiology 158 (2-3), 212-223, 2007
Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular responses to acute hypoxia following exposure to intermittent hypoxia in healthy humans
GE Foster, JV Brugniaux, V Pialoux, CTC Duggan, PJ Hanly, SB Ahmed, ...
The Journal of physiology 587 (13), 3287-3299, 2009
Living high–training low: effect on erythropoiesis and maximal aerobic performance in elite Nordic skiers
P Robach, L Schmitt, JV Brugniaux, G Nicolet, A Duvallet, JP Fouillot, ...
European journal of applied physiology 97 (6), 695-705, 2006
Influence of “living high–training low” on aerobic performance and economy of work in elite athletes
L Schmitt, G Millet, P Robach, G Nicolet, JV Brugniaux, JP Fouillot, ...
European journal of applied physiology 97 (5), 627-636, 2006
Autonomic control of the cardiovascular system during acclimatization to high altitude: effects of sildenafil
J Cornolo, P Mollard, JV Brugniaux, P Robach, JP Richalet
Journal of applied physiology 97 (3), 935-940, 2004
Highs and lows of hyperoxia: physiological, performance, and clinical aspects
JV Brugniaux, GB Coombs, OF Barak, Z Dujic, MS Sekhon, PN Ainslie
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2018
Interchangeability between heart rate and photoplethysmography variabilities during sympathetic stimulations
K Charlot, J Cornolo, JV Brugniaux, JP Richalet, A Pichon
Physiological measurement 30 (12), 1357, 2009
Living high-training low: tolerance and acclimatization in elite endurance athletes
JV Brugniaux, L Schmitt, P Robach, H Jeanvoine, H Zimmermann, ...
European journal of applied physiology 96, 66-77, 2006
Effects of intermittent hypoxia on heart rate variability during rest and exercise
C Povea, L Schmitt, J Brugniaux, G Nicolet, JP Richalet, JP Fouillot
High altitude medicine & biology 6 (3), 215-225, 2005
Counterpoint: Hypobaric hypoxia does not induce different responses from normobaric hypoxia
R Mounier, JV Brugniaux
Journal of Applied Physiology 112 (10), 1784-1786, 2012
Exaggerated systemic oxidative‐inflammatory‐nitrosative stress in chronic mountain sickness is associated with cognitive decline and depression
DM Bailey, JV Brugniaux, T Filipponi, CJ Marley, B Stacey, R Soria, ...
The Journal of physiology 597 (2), 611-629, 2019
Acute exercise stress reveals cerebrovascular benefits associated with moderate gains in cardiorespiratory fitness
JV Brugniaux, CJ Marley, DA Hodson, KJ New, DM Bailey
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 34 (12), 1873-1876, 2014
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