This thesis is concerned with the neurocircuitry that underpins the cardiovascular response to exercise, which has thus far remained incompletely understood. Small animal studies have provided clues, but with the advent of functional neurosurgery, it has now been made possible to translate these findings to humans.
Chapter One reviews the background to the studies in this thesis. Our current understanding of the cardiovascular response to exercise is considered, fol...Expand abstract
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Identifying neurocircuitry controlling cardiovascular function in humans: implications for exercise control
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