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Allen Parcell

Dept Chair, Exercise Sciences
Exercise Sciences

120E RB
Provo, UT 84602

801-422-4450

Administrative Positions

Department Chair: day to day management of the department

Memberships

  • American Physiological Society (APS), 1995-Present
  • ACSM American College of Sports Medicine, 1994-Present

Courses Taught

Winter 2019

  • EXSC 497R: Undergrad Research & Study Section 014

Fall 2018

  • EXSC 666: Exercise Physiology Section 001
  • EXSC 799R: Doctoral Dissertation Section 002

Winter 2018

  • EXSC 799R: Doctoral Dissertation Section 004

Fall 2017

  • EXSC 463: Exercise Physiology Section 002
  • EXSC 799R: Doctoral Dissertation Section 2

Publications

Journal Articles

Hyldahl RD, Gier AM, Evans KC, Eggett DL, Nelson WB, Parcell AC, Deyhle MR. 2016. Skeletal Muscle Inflammation Following Repeated Bouts of Lengthening Contractions in Humans. Frontiers in Physiology. 12(6):424.

Hyldahl RD, Nelson B, Xin L, Welling T, Groscost L, Hubal MJ, Chipkin S, Clarkson P, Parcell AC. 2015. Extracellular matrix remodeling and its contribution to protective adaptation following lengthening contractions in human muscle. FASEB J. epub ahead of print.

Hyldahl RD, Olson T, Welling T, Groscost L, Parcell AC. 2014. Satellite cell activity is differentially affected by contraction mode in human muscle following a work matched bout of exercise. Frontiers in Physiology. 11(5):485.

Denning WM, Woodland S, Winward JG, Leavitt MG, Parcell AC, Hopkins JT, Francom D, Seeley MK. 2014. The influence of Experimental Anterior Knee Pain During Running on Electromyography and Articular Cartilage Metabolism. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage. 22(8):1111-1119.

Brown JD, Hancock CR, Mongillo AD, Barton BJ, Digiovanni RA, Parcell AC, Winder WW, Thomson DM. 2011. Effect of LKB1 deficiency on mitochondrial content, fiber type, and muscle performance in the mouse diaphragm. Acta Physiologica. 201(4):457-466.

Thomson DM, Hancock CR, Evanson BG, Kenney SG, Mallan BB, Mongillo AD, Brown JD, Hepworth S, Fillmore N, Parcell AC, et al. 2010. Skeletal muscle dysfunction in muscle-specific LKB1 knockout mice. J Appl Physiol. 108:1775-1785.

Abstract

Hyldahl RD, Nelson B, Welling T, Grocost L, Parcell AC. 2015. Extracellular matrix remodeling following repeated bouts of eccentric contractions in human skeletal muscle.

Hager RL, Stites A, Parcell AC, Hunter I, Allsen PE, George JD. 2011. Comparison Of The Effects of High-resistance Cycle Training and Leg Press on Wingate Anaerobic Test, Strength, and Time-trial Performance. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 43(5):798.

Ricard MD, Ugrinowitsch C, Hilton SC, Parcell AC, Hunter I, Knight KL, Tricoli V. 2006. Effects of the Rate of Force Development on Fatigue Onset and Location. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 37:S443-S444.

Presentations

Hyldahl RD, Gifford JR, Parcell AC, Hancock CR, Davidson LE, Mack GW. Physiological assessment of a 16-day, 4,385 km ultra-endurance mountain bike race: a case study. SWACSM. Costa Mesa, CA. 2018.

Sorensen JR, Holland A, Sutton C, Parcell AC, Hyldahl RD. Dysregulated extracellular matrix remodeling in aged human skeletal muscle following damaging exercise. ACSM National Meeting. Denver, CO. 2017.

Denning W, Pardo MB, Winward JG, Hunter I, Ridge SE, Hopkins JT, Parcell AC, Seeley MK. Gender differences in the association between acute articular cartilage metabolism and ambulatory kinetics. American Society of Biomechanics National Meeting. Columbus, OH, USA. 2015.

Denning WM, Becker-Pardo M, Winward JG, Parcell AC, Hopkins JT, Reese CS, Seeley MK. Ambulation ground reaction force correlates with articular cartilage metabolism. World Congress of Biomechanics. Boston, MA, USA. 2014.

Denning WM, Becker-Pardo M, Winward JG, Parcell AC, Hopkins JT, Reese CS, Seeley MK. Lower-extremity joint moments can be used to predict articular cartilage metabolism associated with running. World Congress of Biomechanics. Boston, MA, USA. 2014.

Thomson DM, Hancock CR, Evanson BG, Kenney SG, Malan BB, Mongillo AD, Brown JD, Hepworth S, Fillmore N, Parcell AC, et al. Muscle-specific LKB1 knockout leads to skeletal muscle dysfunction. FASEB Summer Research Conference- AMPK:Central Regulatory System in Metacolism & Growth. Kyoto, Japan. 2010.