Jacqueline Limberg, PhD
Department of Nutrition & Exercise Physiology
University of Missouri
Dr. Limberg is a human integrative physiologist with a primary focus on the role of the autonomic nervous system in cardiovascular responses to exercise and environmental stressors in health and disease. Her interests in neural control of the circulation, mechanisms of sympathoexcitation in obesity-related conditions, how these factors may differ by sex, and the effect of pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions provide the general foundation for her work.
- Shih-Chun Wang Young Investigator Award, American Physiological Society, 2020
- Maxine Seabaugh Schade Faculty Scholar, University of Missouri, 2018.
- Research Recognition Award Neural Control and Autonomic Regulation Section, American Physiological Society, 2017.
- Edward C. Kendall Alumni Award for Meritorious Research in basic sciences, Mayo Clinic Alumni Association, 2016.
- Michael Brody Young Investigator Award Neural Control and Autonomic Regulation Section, American Physiological Society, 2015.