Jamie Justice, PhD

 

Integrative Physiology of Aging Lab

University of Colorado

Boulder, CO 80309-0354, USA

Phone:  (303) 492-4568

Fax: (303) 492-6778

email: Jamie.Justice@colorado.edu

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

•        Age-related declines in motor and cognitive functions

•        Translational models of aging

•      Effects of mid-to-late life dietary and lifestyle interventions on functional decline

•      Changes in muscle fatigue / fatigability with advancing age

 

EDUCATION

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Integrative Physiology, June 2013-Present

University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, CO

Integrative Physiology of Aging Laboratory

 

Doctorate of Philosophy, Integrative Physiology, April 2013

University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, CO

Neurophysiology of Movement Laboratory

 

Master of Science, Integrative Physiology, May 2009

University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, CO

 

Bachelor of Arts, Integrative Physiology, May 2007

University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, CO

 

 Associates Degree, December 2002

Blue Ridge Community College (BRCC), Weyer's Cave, VA

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

                

                 American Aging Association

American Association for the Advancement of Science

             American College of Sports Medicine

             American Physiological Society

             Gerontological Society of America

             Society for Neuroscience

 

PUBLICATIONS

Research Papers

Justice JN, Gioscia-Ryan RA, Johnson LC, Sindler A, Battson M, de Piccioto N, Reisdorph N, Enoka RM, Seals DR. Oral sodium nitrite reverses age-related declines in multiple subdomains of motor function in C57Bl/6 mice. In Preparation, 2013.

Justice JN, Mani D, Pierpoint LA, Enoka RM. Fatigability of the dorsiflexors and associations among multiple domains of motor function in young and old adults. Experimental Gerontology, In Review.

Justice JN, Carter C, Beck HJ, Gioscia-Ryan RA, McQueen M, Enoka RM, Seals DR. Battery of behavioral tests in mice that models age-associated changes in human motor function. AGE, DOI 10.1007/s11357-013-9589-9.

Justice JN, Pierpoint LA, Mani D, Schwartz R, Enoka RM. Motor function is associated with 1,25(OH)2D and inices of insulin-glucose dynamics in non-diabetic older adults. Aging Clin Exp Res, DOI 10.1007/s40520-013-0166-y, 2013.

Rudroff T, Justice JN, Holmes MR, Matthews SD, Enoka RM. Muscle activity and time to task failure differ with load compliance and target force for elbow flexor muscles.  Journal of Applied Physiology 110: 125-136, 2011.

Rudroff T, Justice JN, Matthews S, Zuo R, Enoka RM. Muscle activity differs with load compliance during fatiguing contractions with the knee extensor muscles. Experimental Brain Research 203: 307-316, 2010.

Presentations and Published Abstracts

Mani D, Justice JN, Pierpoint LA, Enoka RM. Dorsiflexor fatigability and associations among multiple domains of motor function in young and older adults American College of Sports Medicine 2013 (abstract and poster presentation)

Justice JN, Carter CS, Beck HJ, Gioscia-Ryan R, McQueen M, Enoka RM, Seals DR. Battery of behavioral tests to quantify age-associated changes in motor function in mice. Gerontological Society of America, 2013.

Jablonski KL, Justice JN, Seals DR, Chonchol M. Test battery to assess physical and cognitive function in stage 3-4 CKD. American Society of Nephrology (abstract), 2013.

Justice JN. Motor function: measurement, translation and the effects of age. University of Colorado Boulder, IPHY department presentation, 2013.

Justice JN, Beck HJ, Gioscia-Ryan R, Enoka RM, Seals DR. Test battery to characterize age-related declines in murine motor function. Journal of Frailty & Aging 1(4): 230, 2012.

Justice JN, Chettat S, Gioscia-Ryan R, Enoka RM, Seals DR. Mouse model of age-related reductions in motor function. International Academy of Nutrition and Aging (abstract and poster presentation)

Justice JN, Pierpoint L, Mani D, Enoka R. Vitamin D status and performance on motor tasks in older adults. American College of Sports Medicine 2011 (abstract and poster presentation).

Pierpoint L, Justice JN, Mani D, Enoka R. Insulin sensitivity and motor performance in non-diabetic older adults. American College of Sports Medicine 2011 (abstract and poster presentation).

Justice JN. Vitamin D and neuromuscular function. Nov 2010 (comprehensive exam and presentation).

Justice J, Rudroff T, Matthews S, Enoka R. Time to failure and muscle activation differ with load type during fatiguing contractions with the knee extensor muscles. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, May 2008 (abstract and poster presentation)

Rudroff T, Justice J, Matthews S, Enoka R.  Differences in Time to Task Failure are not explained by the work performed by the Elbow Flexor Muscles.  European College of Sports Science Meeting, February 2007 (abstract)

Narazaki K, Jørgensen LV; Justice JN, Barry BK, and Enoka RM. Changes in motor unit activity during submaximal fatiguing contractions with two load compliances. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, November 2007 (abstract and poster presentation)

FUNDING

       University of Colorado Denver Aging Training Grant (5T32AG000279-12), Oct 2013 - present

       University of Colorado Denver Aging Training Grant (5T32AG000279- 08/09), May 2009-2011