PhD Title: Peripheral Physiological Mechanisms of Extreme Cardiovascular Reactivity
Supervisor: Dr Anna C. Phillips and Dr Annie T. Ginty
Ryan C. Brindle is a PhD student at the University of Birmingham, UK. His work concerns the physiological mechanisms that drive adverse cardiovascular reactions to acute mental stress.
BSc (Neuroscience and Psychology) Allegheny College, 2012
Ryan C. Brindle completed his undergraduate work at Allegheny College in the United States before coming to Sportex. He also worked at the Pennsylvania State University Medical Center conducting cardiovascular physiology research.
Acute Stress, Cardiovascular Reactivity, Autonomic Nervous System
Member of the American Psychosomatic Society and Midland Health Psychology Network
Brindle, R.C. & Conklin, S.C. (2011). Daytime Sleep Accelerates Cardiovascular Recovery after Psychological Stress. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 19(1), 111-114.
Brindle, R.C., Ginty, A.T., & Conklin, S.C. (2013). Is the association between depression and blunted cardiovascular stress reactions mediated by perceptions of stress? International Journal of Psychophysiology, 90(1), 66-72.