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Hire Dr. James Smoliga
United States
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Experienced writer, researcher, & statistical consultant. Expertise: exercise, sports science, health/rehab, supplements

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Services
Consulting Technical consulting, Idea discussion, Product design, Data analytics, Marketing & communication, Survey/study, Feasibility study
Product development Validation/verification, Feasibility study
Writing White paper, Grant proposal, Journal article, Review article, Blog article, News article, Marketing content, Educational content
Data science & analysis Simple data analysis, Complex data analysis, Statistical analysis, Algorithm design, Predictive modelling, Product design & development, Data visualization, Data processing, Data insights, Statistical review of research data
Research Systematic reviews and meta-analysis, Review article, Evidence-based answers, Secondary data compilation, Statistical review of research data, Literature search
Work Experience

Professor of Physiology

High Point University

June 2018 - Present

Associate Professor of Physiology

High Point University

December 2011 - May 2018

Education

Ph.D (Sports Medicine)

University of Pittsburgh

July 2003 - December 2007

D.V.M. (College of Veterinary Medicine)

Cornell University

August 1999 - May 2003

Certifications
  • Fellow

    American College of Sports Medicine

    May 2017 - Present

Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Renee N. Hamel, James M. Smoliga(2019). Physical Activity Intolerance and Cardiorespiratory Dysfunction in Patients with Moderate-to-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury . Sports Medicine. 49. (8). p. 1183--1198. Springer Science and Business Media {LLC}
Brianna K. Bruggeman, Oliver Chen, Katharine E. Storo, Haley M. Fair, Andrew J. Wommack, Colin R. Carriker, James M. Smoliga (2019). The absorptive effects of orobuccal non-liposomal nano-sized glutathione on blood glutathione parameters in healthy individuals: A pilot study . PLOS ONE.
Steve Tumilty, Divya Bharatkumar Adhia, James M. Smoliga, Angela Spontelli Gisselman(2019). Thermal profiles over the Achilles tendon in a cohort of non-injured collegiate athletes over the course of a cross country season . Physical Therapy in Sport. 36. p. 110--115. Elsevier {BV}
James M Smoliga, Lizhen Wang(2018). Woodpeckers don't play football: implications for novel brain protection devices using mild jugular compression . British Journal of Sports Medicine. 53. (20). p. 1262--1263. {BMJ}
Gerald S. Zavorsky, James M. Smoliga(2017). Correct Data and Meta-analytic Approaches Show the Reduced Risk of Concussion for Athletes Playing at Higher Altitudes{\textemdash}Reply . {JAMA} Neurology. 74. (4). p. 485. American Medical Association ({AMA})
Heather A Hausenblas, Katherine Schreiber, James M Smoliga(2017). Addiction to exercise . {BMJ}. p. j1745. {BMJ}
Gerald S. Zavorsky, Kelly A. Tomko, James M. Smoliga, David J. Handelsman(2017). Declines in marathon performance: Sex differences in elite and recreational athletes . {PLOS} {ONE}. 12. (2). p. e0172121. Public Library of Science ({PLoS})
James M. Smoliga, Corinne J. Kendall(2017). Inaccuracies: Axe science hype from social media . Nature. 542. (7639). p. 31--31. Springer Nature
James M. Smoliga, Gerald S. Zavorsky(2017). Last Word on Viewpoint: All is fair in altitude and concussions . Journal of Applied Physiology. 122. (1). p. 221--221. American Physiological Society
James M. Smoliga, Gerald S. Zavorsky(2016). Exercise physiology and sports science must be considered in evolutionary theories regarding human performance: a reply to Postma (2016) . Biology Letters. 12. (11). p. 20160856. The Royal Society
James M. Smoliga, Zahra S. Mohseni, Jeffrey D. Berwager, Eric J. Hegedus(2016). Common causes of dyspnoea in~athletes: a practical approach for diagnosis and management: Table~1 . Breathe. 12. (2). p. e22--e37. European Respiratory Society ({ERS})
Alexis A. Wright, Steven L. Dischiavi, James M. Smoliga, Jeffrey B. Taylor, Eric J. Hegedus(2016). Association of Lower Quarter Y-Balance Test with lower extremity injury in {NCAA} Division 1 athletes: an independent validation study . Physiotherapy. Elsevier {BV}
James M Smoliga(2016). What is running economy? A clinician{\textquotesingle}s guide to key concepts, applications and myths . British Journal of Sports Medicine. 51. (10). p. 831--832. {BMJ}
James M. Smoliga, Gerald S. Zavorsky(2015). Faces and fitness: attractive evolutionary relationship or ugly hypothesis? . Biology Letters. 11. (11). p. 20150839. The Royal Society
Jennifer J. Silk, James M. Smoliga(2014). Resveratrol: Nutraceutical believed to counteract the detrimental effects of high-fat diet . Lipid Technology. 26. (1). p. 15--17. Wiley-Blackwell
James M. Smoliga, E. Sage Colombo, Matthew J. Campen(2013). A healthier approach to clinical trials evaluating resveratrol for primary prevention of age-related diseases in healthy populations . Aging. 5. (7). p. 495--506. Impact Journals, {LLC}
GERALD S. ZAVORSKY, JAMES M. SMOLIGA, LAWRENCE D. LONGO, KATHY A. UHRANOWSKY, CHRISTOPHER R. CADMAN, JAMES DUFFIN, JOSEPH A. FISHER(2012). Increased Carbon Monoxide Clearance during Exercise in Humans . Medicine {\&} Science in Sports {\&} Exercise. 44. (11). p. 2118--2124. Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health)
Paul T. Cutrufello, James M. Smoliga, Kenneth W. Rundell(2012). Small Things Make a Big Difference . Sports Medicine. 42. (12). p. 1041--1058. Springer Nature
Scott M. Lephart, James M. Smoliga, Joseph B. Myers, Timothy C. Sell, Yung-Shen Tsai(2007). An Eight-Week Golf-Specific Exercise Program Improves Physical Characteristics, Swing Mechanics, and Golf Performance in Recreational Golfers . The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 21. (3). p. 860. Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health)