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Researcher: Clark, ADH (Mr Andrew Clark)

Fields of Research

Endocrinology
Mental health services
Systems physiology
Intensive care
Animal physiology - systems
Exercise physiology
Cell metabolism
Medical biochemistry - lipids
Cardiology (incl. cardiovascular diseases)
Surgery
Peripheral nervous system

Research Objectives

Clinical health
Other health
Mental health
Behaviour and health

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A pilot study of computer-aided vicarious exposure for obsessive-compulsive disorder; Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry
Blood flow and glucose uptake by muscle; 42nd Annual Conference
Caught dirty handed: Behaviour sequences in computer-aided treatment of washing rituals; Medical Research Week Poster Display
Evaluation of a computer-based behavioural treatment in obsessive-compulsive disorder patients and controls; The Science and Art of Psychiatry
Failure of laser Doppler signal to correlate with total flow in muscle: Is this a question of vessel architecture?; Microvascular Research
Heterogeneity of laser Doppler flowmetry in perfused muscle indicative of nutritive and non nutritive flow; American Journal of Physiology
Insulin stimulates laser Doppler signal by rat muscle in vivo, consistent with nutritive flow recruitment; Clinical Science
Insulin-mediated capillary recruitment is impaired in muscle of obese Zucker rats; American Diabetes Association, 61st Scientific Sessions
Insulin-Mediated Hemodynamic Changes Are Impaired in Muscle of Zucker Obese Rats; Diabetes
Microvascular involvement in insulin resistance of skeletal muscle; 7th World Congress for Microcirculation
Microvascular regulation of muscle metabolism; Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care
Novel technologies and measurement of microvascular blood flow in muscle
Nutritive and non-nutritive blood flow: rest and exercise; Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
Physiologic hyperinsulinemia mimics the capillary recruitment induced by exercise in skeletal muscle in vivo; ADA, 60th Scientific Sessions
Physiological concentrations of insulin induce endothelin-dependent vasoconstriction of skeletal muscle resistance arteries in the presence of tumor necrosis factor-alpha dependence on c-jun N-terminal kinase; Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology
Physiological hyperinsulinaemia increases intramuscular microvascular reactive hyperaemia and vasomotion in healthy volunteers; Diabetologia
Skeletal Muscle Microvascular Recruitment by Physiological Hyperinsulinemia Precedes Increases in Total Blood Flow; Diabetes
Teaching exposure-based therapies using virtual reality techniques; Australian Psychological Society
Vascular recruitment in skeletal muscle during exercise and hyperinsulinemia assessed by contrast ultrasound; American Journal of Physiology: Endocrinology and Metabolism
Virtual symptoms: sequences of behaviour in computer treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder; Psychiatry at the Interface

Research Projects

Development of Laser Doppler Flowmetry for Assessment of Muscle Microvascular Flow in Insulin Resistance; Clifford Craig Foundation (CCFoundation)
Haemodynamic Effects of Tumour Necrosis Factor-A to cause Muscle Insulin Resistance; Diabetes Australia Research Trust (DART)
Skeletal Muscle Capillary Recruitment and Insulin Action; American Diabetes Association (ADA)
The Physiological Effect of Insulin on Microvascular Flow; National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Research Candidate Supervision