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Sam Emerson, PhD

  • Membership Level: Diabetes Research Member
Health Education
  • Graduate School
  • Doctoral Studies Kansas State University
    Manhattan, KS
  • Master's Degree Kansas State University
    Manhattan, KS
  • University
  • Bachelor's Degree Oklahoma State University
    Stillwater, OK

Grant Funding

Spanish Cove-OSU Community-Engaged Research Exploration
OSCTR Community-Engaged Research Exploratory (CERE) Award
Emerson SR (PI)

Determination of Health-promoting Physical Activity Behaviors Across Aging: A Pilot Study
Donna Cadwalader Research and Development Grant
Emerson SR (PI) and Hermann JR (Co-I)

Wheat germ supplementation will improve markers of gut health, inflammation, and insulin resistance in overweight individuals
USDA AFRI Functions and Efficacy of Nutrients Award
Lucas EA (PD), Ojo B, Chowanadisai W, Emerson SR (Co-PD), Davila-El Rassi G, Payton M

Equipment Request: Parvo TrueOne 2400 Metabolic Cart
Human Sciences Laboratory and Research Equipment Program
Emerson SR (PI), Jenkins NDM (Co-I), Wollenberg G (Co-I), Bishop AJ (Co-I)

The Clinical Utility of Resistance Training for Improving Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Post-Menopausal Women
American Heart Association Institutional Enhancement Award
Jenkins NDM (PI) and Emerson SR (Co-PI)

Effects of exercise on young adult women with ACEs: an integrative pilot study
Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Adversity COBRE Pilot Project
Jenkins NDM (PI) and Emerson SR (Co-I)

Investigating the Inflammatory Response to a High-fat Meal in Adults of Varying Ages and Activity Levels
Human Ecology Doctoral Dissertation Research Award
Emerson SR (PI)

Is There an Angiogenic Response Following Consumption of a Single High-Fat Meal?
Kansas State University Small Research Grant (USRG)
Rosenkranz SK (PI) and Emerson SR (Co-PI)

Do alterations in meal size and frequency affect postprandial lipemia and inflammation?
College of Human Ecology Sponsored Research Overhead (CHE-SRO) Award
Rosenkranz SK (PI) and Emerson SR (Co-PI)

Publications
  • Acute Freeze-Dried Mango Consumption With a High-Fat Meal has Minimal Effects on Postprandial Metabolism, Inflammation and Antioxidant Enzymes. 2019

    Nutrition and Metabolic Insights (2019) 12:1-10.

  • Chronic Physical Activity Does Not Impact Metabolic Responses to Low or High Doses of Resistant Starch: A Crossover Trial. 2019

    Open Journal of Preventive Medicine (2019) 9(7): 1340662.

  • Genetic Polymorphisms in ADORA2A and CYP1A2 Influence Caffeine’s Effect on Postprandial Glycaemia. 2019

    Scientific Reports (2019) 9(1):10532.

  • Postprandial Lipemic Responses to Various Sources of Saturated and Monounsaturated Fat in Adults. 2019

    Nutrients (2019) 11(5):1089.

  • Validity of an Abbreviated, Clinically Feasible Test for Postprandial Lipemia in Healthy Adults. 2019

    Nutrients (2019) 11(1):180.

  • High-fat Meal-induced Changes in Markers of Inflammation and Angiogenesis in Healthy Adults Who Differ by Age and Physical Activity Level. 2018

    Current Developments in Nutrition (2018) 3(1):nzy098.

  • Older women exhibit higher airway 8-isoprostane responses to strenuous exercise compared to older men and younger controls. 2018

    Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism (2018) 43(5):497-503.

  • Postprandial Metabolic Responses Differ by Age Group and Physical Activity Level. 2017

    The Journal of Nutrition Health and Aging (2017) 22:145-153.

  • Realistic Test-Meal Protocols Lead to Blunted Postprandial Lipemia but Similar Inflammatory Responses Compared to a Standard High-fat Meal. 2017

    Current Developments in Nutrition (2017) 1(5).

  • Magnitude and Timing of the Postprandial Inflammatory Response to a High-fat Meal in Healthy Adults: A Systematic Review. 2017

    Advances in Nutrition (2017) 8(2):213-25.30(1 Supplement):682-8.

  • Does chronic physical activity level modify the airway inflammatory response to an acute bout of exercise in the post-prandial period? 2017

    Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism (2017) 42(2):173.

  • Post-prandial systemic and airway 8-isoprostane responses to meals of varying caloric and fat content in non-asthmatic, insufficiently active men. 2016

    Nutrition Research

  • Postprandial Lipemic and Inflammatory Responses to High-Fat Meals: A Review of the Roles of Acute and Chronic Physical Activity. 2016

    Nutrition and Metabolism (2016) 13:80.

  • Summation of Blood Glucose and Triglycerides to Characterize the “Metabolic Load Index”. 2016

    British Journal of Nutrition (2016) 116(9):1553.

  • Effects of thirty and sixty minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise on postprandial lipemia and inflammation in overweight men: a randomized cross-over study. 2016

    Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (2016) 13(1):26.

  • Household Air Pollution Exposure and Influence of Lifestyle on Respiratory Health and Lung Function in Belizean Adults and Children: A Field Study. 2016

    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2016) 13(7):643.

  • The effect of moderate intensity exercise in the postprandial period on the inflammatory response to a high-fat meal: An experimental study. 2016

    Nutrition Journal (2016) 15(1):1.

  • The Potential Link between Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption and Post-Exercise Airway Narrowing across Puberty: a Longitudinal Cohort Study. 2015

    Public Health Nutrition (2015) 19(13):2435.

  • Absence of Respiratory Muscle Fatigue in High-Intensity Continuous or Interval Cycling Exercise. 2015

    Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2015) 29(11):3171.

  • Lung volume and expiratory flow rates from pre- to post-puberty. 2015

    European Journal of Applied Physiology (2015) 115(8):1645.

  • Does Moderate Intensity Exercise Attenuate the Post-prandial Lipemic and Airway Inflammatory Response to a High-fat Meal? 2015

    Biomed Research International

  • Decreased Prevalence of Exercise Expiratory Flow Limitation from Pre- to Post-Puberty. 2015

    Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (2015) 47(7):1503.