Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011
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Doctor of Philosophy, University of Florida, 2005
Master of Arts, The Ohio State University, 2001
Bachelor of Arts, College of Wooster, 1999
2007: NRSA Fellow, National Institute of Health
2006: Peter B. Weisman Fellow, Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy
2002: LaPradd Fellow, University of Florida
Dr. Selsby teaches AnS 214, Domestic Animal Physiology
University of Pennsylvania Research emphasis: Mechanisms of disease pathology in dystrophic skeletal muscle
University of Florida Research emphasis: Mechanisms of muscle remodeling The Ohio State Research emphasis: Skeletal muscle bioenergetics College of Wooster Research emphasis: Skeletal muscle bioenergetics
Professional Affiliations and Committees
American Physiological Society
Selsby, JT, Beckett, KD, Kern, M and Devor, ST. Swim performance following creatine supplementation in Division III athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 17:421-424, 2003.
Selsby, JT, DiSilvestro, R, and Devor, ST. A novel Mg-creatine chelate and a low dose creatine supplementation regimen improve work. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 18:311-315, 2004.
Selsby, JT, Judge, AR, Yimlamai, T, Leeuwenburgh, C, and Dodd, SL. Life long calorie restriction increases heat shock proteins and proteasome activity in soleus muscles of Fisher 344 rats. Experimental Gerontology 40:37-42, 2005.
Selsby, JT and Dodd, SL. Heat treatment reduces oxidative stress and protects muscle mass during immobilization. American Journal of Physiology – Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 289(1):R134-139, 2005.
Dodd, SL, Selsby, JT, Payne, A, Judge, AR and Dott, C. Effects of Botulinum Neurotoxin type A (Dysport) on rat skeletal muscle myosin heavy chain composition. Toxicon 46:196-203, 2005.
Sellman, JE, Deruisseau, KC, Betters, JL, Lira, VA, Soltow, QA,Selsby, JT, and Criswell, DS. In vivo inhibition of nitric oxide synthase impairs up-regulation of contractile protein mRNA in overloaded plantaris muscle. Journal of Applied Physiology 100:196-203, 2006.
Pipinos, II, Judge, AR, Zhu, Z, Selsby, JT, Swason, S, Johanning, J, Baxter, B, Lynch, T, and Dodd, SL. Mitochondrial defects and oxidative damage in skeletal muscle of patients with peripheral arterial disease. Free Radical Biology and Medicine 41:262-269, 2006.
Selsby, JT, Rother, S, Tsuda, S, Pracash, O, Quindry, J, and Dodd, SL. Intermittent hyperthermia enhances skeletal muscle regrowth and attenuates oxidative damage following reloading. Journal of Applied Physiology 102:1702-1707, 2007.
Pipinos II, Judge AR, Selsby, JT, Zhu Z, Swanson SA, Nella, A, and Dodd SL. The myopathy of peripheral arterial occlusive disease: Part 1. Functional and histomorphological changes and evidence for mitochondrial dysfunction. Invited review: Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 41:481-489, 2008.
Judge, AR, Selsby, JT, and Dodd, SL. Antioxidants attenuate oxidative damage in skeletal muscle during mild ischemia. Experimental Physiology. 93:479-485, 2008.
Pipinos II, Judge AR, Selsby, JT, Zhu Z, Swanson SA, Nella AA, Dodd SL. The myopathy of peripheral arterial occlusive disease: Part 2. Oxidative stress, neuropathy, and shift in muscle fiber type. Invited review: Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. 42:101-112, 2008.
DiSilvestro RA, Selsby, JT, and Siefker K. A Pilot Study of Copper Supplementation Effects on Plasma F2α Isoprostanes and Urinary Collagen Crosslinks in Young Adult Women. Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology. 24, 165-168, 2010.
Quindry J, French J, Hamilton K, Lee, Y Selsby, JT, and Powers S. Exercise does not increase cyclooxygenase-2 myocardial levels in young or senescent hearts. The Journal of Physiological Sciences. 60, 181-6, 2010.
Gesing LM, Johnson AK, Selsby, JT, Feuerbach C, Hill H, Faga M, Whiley A, Bailey R, Stalder KJ, and Ritter MJ. Effects of pre-sorting prior to loading on stress responses at loading and unloading and transport losses from market weight pigs. Professional Animal Scientist. 26:603-610, 2010.
Morine, KJ, Bish, LT, Selsby, JT, Gazzara JA, Pendrak K., Sleeper, MM, Barton ER, and Sweeney H.L. Activin IIB receptor blockade attenuated dystrophin pathology in a mouse model of Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Muscle and Nerve. 42:722-730, 2010.
Selsby, JT, Pendrak K, Zadel M, Tian Z, Pham J, Carver T, Acosta P, Barton ER, and Sweeney HL. Leupeptin based inhibitors do not improve the mdx phenotype. American Journal of Physiology – Regulatory, Integrative, and Comparative Physiology. 299:1192-1201, 2010.
Morris CA*, Selsby, JT*, Morris LD, Pendrak K, and Sweeney HL. Bowman Birk inhibitor attenuates dystrophic pathology in mdx mice. Journal of Applied Physiology. 109:1492-1499, 2010.
Selsby, JT. Increased catalase expression improves muscle function in mdx mice. Experimental Physiology. 96.2:194-202, 2011
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