Dr Ollie Jay

​BSc (Hons) [Loughborough Univers​ity]; PhD [Loughborough University]; FACSM
Lecturer, Exercise and Sport Science

C43K - K Block Cumberland Campus
The University of Sydney

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Biographical details

Ollie received his PhD from Loughborough University in 2002. Ollie was Director of the Thermal Ergonomics Laboratory and an Assistant/Associate Professor in the School of Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa in Canada from 2008-2013. In January 2014, Ollie joined the Discipline of Exercise and Sport Science at the University of Sydney. His research activities primarily focus on developing a better understanding of the physiological and physical factors that determine human heat strain during work and/or physical activity, as well as among the general population during heat waves. To date, Ollie has published 54 peer-reviewed journal articles and has received funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the Canadian Foundation for Innovation, National Football League (NFL) Charities, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board of Ontario, and the US National Academy of Sciences. He is also presently the Chair of the ACSM Environmental and Occupational Physiology Interest Group, and was recently a featured science session keynote speaker at the 2013 ACSM Annual Meeting. Ollie's research has also featured in articles/interviews for the New York Times, BBC, CBC, NPR, The Globe & Mail, The Weather Channel and Scientific American.

Research interests

Ollie is a member of the Exercise Physioloy and Nutrition research team within the Exercise, Health and Performance Faculty research group.

Primary research interests:

  • Assessing and understanding thermoregulatory impairments in specific populations (e.g. children, MS patients, obese)
  • Cooling/survival interventions for at-risk groups during heat waves
  • Biothermal modeling
  • Heat stroke prevention in workers and athletes
  • Pediatric temperature management
  • The development of international standards​

Teaching and supervision

​Ollie is presently the primary supervisor for 1 PhD and 4 MSc students at the University of Ottawa in Canada.

Current projects

​​​​On-going projects include:

  • Developing new methods for assessing differences in thermoregulatory responses in clinical groups during exercise
  • Assessing the efficacy of low-cost and green energy cooling interventions during extreme heat events
  • Identifying the location of independent thermoreceptors regulating sudomotor output in the gastrointestinal tract
  • The true influence of running economy and aerobic fitness on thermoregulatory responses during treadmill running
  • The interaction bet​ween hypoxia and thermoregulatory control
  • Quantifying neonatal heat balance in neonates nursed under a radiant warmer in an NICU
  • Does body fat independently alter the regulation of core temperature and sweating during exercise?
  • Multiple Sclerosis and thermoregulatory responses during exercise

Associations

  • American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
  • American Physiological Society (APS): Exercise and Environmental Physiology Section Member.
  • Canadian Society for Exercise Physiologists (CSEP)

Awards and honours

  • Awarded Tenure: Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ottawa (April, 2013)
  • 2011/12 Young Researcher Excellence Award (Pure and Applied Sciences) – Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ottawa​
  • Nominated for 2012 University of Ottawa Young Researcher of the Year Award
  • Nominated for 2012 American Physiology Society New Investigator Award (EEP Section)
  • Nominated for 2011 Canada Capital Region Educator of the Year Award
  • Appointed Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (April 2014)

Themes

Exercise, Health and Performance

Selected grants

2015

  • Novel assessment of body temperature regulation in MS patients performing physical activity in the heat; Davis S, Jay O; DVC Research/International Research Collaboration Award (IRCA).

2014

  • Assessing a novel liner for the suppression of sweat rate; Jay O; Össur HF/Research Support.

2013

  • Hypoxia Chamber for Studying Thermoregulatory and Metabolic Functions in Humans; Jay O; NSERC/Research Tools and Instruments Grant.

2012

  • Thermoregulation in hot environments; Jay O; University of Ottawa /Vice-President of Research Office Grant.
  • Is thermoregulation impaired in MS patients during exercise in the heat?; Jay O; Kuzell Institute/Seed Grant.

2010

  • Neonatal heat balance: Dept. of General Surgery; Jay O, Chou S; Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario/Equipment Seed Grant.
  • From Birth to Adulthood: Understanding Human/Environmental Heat Exchange and Preventing Thermoregulatory Catastrophe; Jay O; NSERC/Discovery Grant.
  • Investigating the individual variability in heat stress response in football players during a summer training camp; Jay O, Coris E, Casa D; National Football League (NFL)/Medical Research Grant.

2009

  • Influence of aerobic fitness on body temperature regulation; Jay O; University of Ottawa, Faculty of Health Sciences/Research Development Program Grant (Matched Program).
  • Influences of body morphology on non-invasive core temperature measurements in neonates and infants; Jay O, Chou S; Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario/Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Equipment Seed Grant.
  • Thermoregulation in hot environments; Jay O; University of Ottawa, Faculty of Health Sciences/Equipment Grant.
  • Improving non-invasive core temperature monitoring in infants and neonates; Jay O, Chou S; Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario/Faculty of Health Sciences Partnership Research Grant.

2008

  • Human and Environmental Physiology Research Unit; Jay O, Kenny G; Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI)/Leaders opportunity Fund Infrastructure Grant.

2007

  • Measuring heat stress exposure of workers in deep mechanized mines; Jay O, Kenny G; Workplace Safety and Insurance Board of Ontario/Research Grant.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Jay, O. (2011). Sweat. In Mooren FC and Skinner JS (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Exercise Medicine in Health and Disease, (pp. 831-834). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Journals

  • Molgat-Seon, Y., Daboval, T., Chou, S., Jay, O. (2014). Assessing neonatal heat balance and physiological strain in newborn infants nursed under radiant warmers in intensive care with fentanyl sedation. European Journal of Applied Physiology, Published on line. [More Information]
  • Ravanelli, N., Cramer, M., Molgat-Seon, Y., Carlsen, T., Jay, O. (2014). Do greater rates of body heat storage precede the accelerated reduction of self-paced exercise intensity in the heat? European Journal of Applied Physiology, In Press. [More Information]
  • Morris, N., Bain, A., Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2014). Evidence that transient changes in sudomotor output with cold and warm fluid ingestion are independently modulated by abdominal, but not oral thermoreceptors. Journal of Applied Physiology, 116(8), 1088-1095. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Christensen, J., White, M. (2014). Face-only immersion in cold water reduces apnoeic time and stimulates ventilation. Experimental Physiology, 92(1), 197-206.
  • Deren, T., Coris, E., Casa, D., DeMartini, J., Bain, A., Walz, S., Jay, O. (2014). Maximum heat loss potential is lower in football linemen during an NCAA summer training camp because of lower self-generated air flow. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 28(6), 1656-1663. [More Information]
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2014). Selecting the correct exercise intensity for unbiased comparisons of thermoregulatory responses between groups of different mass and surface area. Journal of Applied Physiology, 116(9), 1123-1132. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Cramer, M., Ravanelli, N., Hodder, S. (2014). Should electric fans be used during a heat wave? Applied Ergonomics, In Press. [More Information]
  • Jay, O. (2014). Unravelling the true influences of fitness and sex on sweating during exercise. Experimental Physiology, In Press. [More Information]
  • Morris, N., Cramer, M., Hodder, S., Havenith, G., Jay, O. (2013). A comparison between the technical absorbent and ventilated capsule methods for measuring local sweat rate. Journal of Applied Physiology, 114(6), 816-823. [More Information]
  • Molgat-Seon, Y., Daboval, T., Chou, S., Jay, O. (2013). Accidental overheating of a newborn under an infant radiant warmer: a lesson for future use. Journal of Perinatology, 33(9), 738-739. [More Information]
  • Cramer, M., Bain, A., Jay, O. (2013). Local sweating on the forehead, but not forearm, is influenced by aerobic fitness independently of heat balance requirements during exercise. Experimental Physiology, 97(5), 572-582. [More Information]
  • Morris, N., Jay, O. (2013). Relative exercise intensity and core temperature changes in lean and obese children. The Journal of Pediatrics, 163(5), 1535-1536. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Molgat-Seon, Y., Chou, S., Murto, K. (2013). Skin temperature over the carotid artery provides an accurate non-invasive estimation of core temperature in infants and young children during general anesthesia. Paediatric Anaesthesia, 23(12), 1109-1116. [More Information]
  • Gagnon, D., Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2013). The evaporative requirements for heat balance determines whole-body sweat rate during exercise under conditions permitting full evaporation. The Journal of Physiology, 291(11), 2925-2935. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Jay, O. (2013). Thermometry, Calorimetry, and Mean Body Temperature during Heat Stress. Comprehensive Physiology, 3(4), 1689-1719. [More Information]
  • Bain, A., Lesperance, N., Jay, O. (2012). Body heat storage during physical activity is lower with hot fluid ingestion under conditions permitting full evaporation. Acta Physiologica, 206(2), 98-108. [More Information]
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2012). Compensatory hyperhidrosis following thoracic sympathectomy: A biophysical rationale. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology (Print), 302, R352-R356. [More Information]
  • Cramer, M., Morris, N., Jay, O. (2012). Dissociating biophysical and training - related determinants of core temperature. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, 40(3).
  • Jay, O., Bain, A., Deren, T., Sacheli, M., Cramer, M. (2012). Large differences in peak oxygen uptake do not alter the change in core temperature and thermoregulatory sweating during exercise. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology (Print), 301(3), R832-R841. [More Information]
  • Deren, T., Coris, E., Bain, A., Walz, S., Jay, O. (2012). Sweating is greater in NCAA football lineman independently of heat production. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 44(2), 244-252.
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2011). Can thermal hyperpnea really cool the brain? Journal of Applied Physiology, 110(2), 576. [More Information]
  • Bain, A., Deren, T., Jay, O. (2011). Describing individual variation in whole-body and local sweating during exercise in a temperate environment. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 111(8), 1599-1607. [More Information]
  • Bain, A., Jay, O. (2011). Does summer in a humid continental climate elicit an acclimatization of human thermoregulatory responses? European Journal of Applied Physiology, 111(6), 1197-1205. [More Information]
  • Gagnon, D., Lemire, B., Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2010). Aural canal, esophageal, and rectal temperatures during exertional heat stress and the subsequent recovery period. Journal of Athletic Training, 45(2), 157-163. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., DuCharme, M., Webb, P., Reardon, F., Kenny, G. (2010). Estimating changes in volume-weighted mean body temperature using thermometry with an individualized correction factor. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology (Print), 299(2), R387-R394. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Gagnon, D., Dorman, L., Hardcastle, S., Jay, O. (2010). Heat balance and cumulative heat storage during exercise performed in the heat in physically active younger and middle-aged men. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 109(1), 81-92. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2010). Heat exposure in the Canadian Workplace. American Journal Of Industrial Medicine, 53(8), 842-853. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Yardley, J., Brown, C., Sigal, R., Jay, O. (2010). Heat stress in older individuals and patients with common chronic diseases. CMAJ - Canadian Medical Association Journal, 182(10), 1053-1060. [More Information]
  • Gagnon, D., Dorman, L., Jay, O., Hardcastle, S., Kenny, G. (2009). Core temperature differences between males and females during intermittent exercise: physical considerations. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 105(3), 453-461. [More Information]
  • Lemire, B., Gagnon, D., Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2009). Differences between sexes in rectal cooling rates after exercise-induced hyperthermia. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41(8), 1633-1639. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Dorman, L., Webb, P., Ducharme, M., Gagnon, D., Reardon, F., Hardcaslte, S., Jay, O. (2009). Heat balance and cumulative heat storage during intermittent bouts of exercise. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41(3), 588-596. [More Information]
  • Jay, O. (2009). Heat balance considerations when estimating the rate of body heat storage. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 30(4), 307. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Webb, P. (2009). Improving the prediction of sweat losses during exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology, 107(2), 375-376. [More Information]
  • Jay, O. (2009). Last Word on Viewpoint: Current evidence does not support an anticipatory regulation of exercise intensity mediated by rate of body heat storage. Journal of Applied Physiology, 107(2), 635. [More Information]
  • Jennings, A., Alberga, A., Sigal, R., Jay, O., Boule, N., Kenny, G. (2009). The effect of exercise training on resting metabolic rate in type 2 diabetes mellitus. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41(8), 1558-1565. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2009). Viewpoint: Current evidence does not support an anticipatory regulation of exercise intensity mediated by rate of body heat storage. Journal of Applied Physiology, 107(2), 630-631. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Webb, P., Ducharme, M., Reardon, F., Jay, O. (2008). Calorimetric measurement of postexercise heat losses and residual body heat storage. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(9), 1629-1636. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Gagnon, D., Jay, O., McInnis, N., Journeay, S., Reardon, F. (2008). Can supine recovery mitigate the exercise intensity dependent attenuation of post-exercise heat loss responses? Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 33(4), 682-689. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2008). Evaporative heat loss and changes in core temperature set-point during different absolute workloads. The FASEB Journal, 22, 956.18.
  • Jay, O., Gagnon, D., Ducharme, M., Webb, P., Reardon, F., Kenny, G. (2008). Human heat balance during postexercise recovery: separating metabolic and nonthermal effects. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology (Print), 294(5), R1586-R1592. [More Information]
  • Gagnon, D., Jay, O., Reardon, F., Journeay, W., Kenny, G. (2008). Hyperthermia modifies the nonthermal contribution to postexercise heat loss responses. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(3), 513-522. [More Information]
  • Lemire, B., Gagnon, D., Jay, O., Dorman, L., Ducharme, M., Kenny, G. (2008). Influence of adiposity on cooling efficiency in hyperthermic individuals. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 104(1), 67-74. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Leclair, E., Sigal, R., Journeay, S., Kilby, D., Nettlefold, L., Reardon, F., Jay, O. (2008). Menstrual cycle and oral contraceptive use do not modify post-exercise heat loss responses. Journal of Applied Physiology, 105(4), 1156-1165. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Yardley, J., Martineau, L., Jay, O. (2008). Physical work capacity in older adults: Implications for the ageing worker. American Journal Of Industrial Medicine, 51(8), 610-625. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Reardon, F., DuCharme, M., Webb, P., Kenny, G. (2008). Predicting individual correction factors for the improved thermometric estimation of changes in mean body temperature. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(5), S367.
  • Dorman, L., Jay, O., Gagnon, D., Webb, P., DuCharme, M., Reardon, F., Kenny, G. (2008). Sex Differences in Human Heat Balance At The Same Intermittent Work Loads. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(5), S336.
  • Lemire, B., Gagnon, D., Dorman, L., Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2008). Sex-related differences in cooling rates after exercise- induced hyperthermia. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(5), S336.
  • Gagnon, D., Jay, O., Lemire, B., Dorman, L., Kenny, G. (2008). Sex-related differences in dynamic heat balance: metabolic heat production considerations. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(5), S336.
  • Gagnon, D., Jay, O., Lemire, B., Kenny, G. (2008). Sex-related differences in evaporative heat loss: The importance of metabolic heat production. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 104(5), 821-829. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Gariepy, L., Reardon, F., Webb, P., Ducharme, M., Ramsay, T., Kenny, G. (2007). A three-compartment thermometry model for the improved estimation of changes in body heat content. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 292(4), R167-R175.
  • Kenny, G., Jay, O., Journeay, W. (2007). Disturbance of thermal homeostasis following exercise - a review. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 32(4), 818-831.
  • Jay, O., Reardon, F., Webb, P., Ducharme, M., Ramsay, T., Nettlefold, L., Kenny, G. (2007). Estimating changes in mean body temperature for humans during exercise using core and skin temperatures is inaccurate even with a correction factor. Journal of Applied Physiology, 103(2), 443-451.
  • Kenny, G., Jay, O. (2007). Evidence of a greater onset threshold for sweating in females following intense exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 101(4), 487-493.
  • Jay, O., Christensen, J., White, M. (2007). Face-only immersion in cold water reduces apnoeic time and stimulates ventilation. Experimental Physiology, 92(1), 197-206.
  • Journeay, W., Jay, O., McInnis, N., Leclair, E., Kenny, G. (2007). Postexercise heat loss and hemodynamic responses during head-down tilt are similar between genders. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 39(8), 1308-1314.
  • Kenny, G., Jay, O. (2007). Sex differences in postexercise esophageal and muscle tissue temperature response. American Journal of Physiology, 292(4), 1632-1640.
  • Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2007). The determination of changes in body heat content during exercise using calorimetry and thermometry - an invited review. Journal of the Human-Environment System, 10(1), 19-29.
  • McInnis, N., Journeay, W., Jay, O., Leclair, E., Kenny, G. (2006). 15o Head-down tilt attenuates the postexercise reduction in cutaneous vascular conductance and sweating and decreases esophageal temperature recovery time. Journal of Applied Physiology, 101(3), 840-847.
  • Jay, O., Havenith, G. (2006). Differences in finger skin contact cooling response between an arterial occlusion and a vasodilated condition. Journal of Applied Physiology, 100(5), 1596-1601.
  • Jay, O., White, M. (2006). Maximum effort breath-hold times for males and females of similar pulmonary capacities during sudden face-only immersion at water temperatures from 0oC to 33oC. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 31(5), 549-556.
  • Kenny, G., Jay, O., Zaleski, W., Reardon, M., Sigal, R., Journeay, W., Reardon, F. (2006). Postexercise hypotension causes a prolonged perturbation in esophageal temperature and active muscle temperature recovery. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 291(3), R580-R588.
  • Geng, Q., Holmer, I., Hartog, D., Havenith, G., Jay, O., Malchaire, J., Piette, J., Rintamaki, H., Rissanen, S. (2006). Temperature limit values for touching cold surfaces with the fingertip. Annals of occupational hygiene, 50(8), 851-862.
  • Jay, O., White, M. (2006). The combined effects of local contact pressure and hand cooling upon cutaneous blood cell velocity of the fingertip. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 97(3), 332-339.
  • Chu, A., Jay, O., White, M. (2006). The effects of hyperthermia and hypoxia on ventilation during low-intensity steady-state exercise. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 292(1), R195-R203.
  • Jay, O., Havenith, G. (2004). Finger skin cooling on contact with cold materials: A comparison between male and female responses during short-term exposures. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 91(4), 373-381.
  • Jay, O., Havenith, G. (2004). Finger skin cooling on contact with cold materials: An investigation between male and female responses during short-term exposures with a view on hand and finger size. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 93(1-2), 1-8.
  • Jay, O., Havenith, G. (2004). Skin cooling on contact with cold materials: The effect of blood flow during short-term exposures. Annals of occupational hygiene, 48(2), 129-137.

Conferences

  • Coombs, G., Cramer, M., Ravanelli, N., Jay, O. (2014). Does acetaminophen alter core temperature and sweating during exercise in hot-humid conditions? Training and Competing in the Heat Conference, Qatar: ASPETAR.
  • Ravanelli, N., Jay, O. (2014). Electric fans mitigate cardiovascular and thermal strain during extreme heat events. Experimental Biology 2014, USA: American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
  • Ravanelli, N., Cramer, M., Molgat-Seon, Y., Carlsen, A., Jay, O. (2014). Evidence that the rate of heat storage does not mediate an anticipatory feedback mechanism during self-paced exercise in the heat. Training and Competing in the Heat Conference, Qatar: ASPETAR.
  • Jay, O. (2014). Exploring individual factors that elevate the risk of heat-related illness in American football summer training camp. Training and Competing in the Heat Conference, Qatar: ASPETAR.
  • Dervis, S., Smoljanic, J., Jay, O. (2014). Large differences in body fat do not independently alter changes in core temperature during exercise. Experimental Biology 2014, USA: American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
  • Dervis, S., Smoljanic, J., Jay, O. (2014). Large differences in body fat do not independently alter thermoregulatory responses during exercise. Training and Competing in the Heat Conference, Qatar: ASPETAR.
  • Smoljanic, J., Dervis, S., Morris, N., Jay, O. (2014). Running economy, not aerobic fitness, independently alters thermoregulatory responses during running. Training and Competing in the Heat Conference, Qatar: ASPETAR.
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2014). Steady-state local sweat rate is determined by the evaporation required for heat balance relative to body surface area. Experimental Biology 2014, USA: American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
  • Smoljanic, J., Dervis, S., Jay, O. (2014). The independent influence of aerobic fitness and running economy on thermoregulation during running. Experimental Biology 2014, USA: American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
  • Huang, M., Morris, N., Jay, O., Davis, S. (2014). Thermoregulatory dysfunction in multiple sclerosis patients during moderate exercise in a thermoneutral environment. Experimental Biology 2014, USA: American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
  • Jay, O. (2014). Understanding human/environmental heat exchange and preventing thermoregulatory catastrophe. Training and Competing in the Heat Conference, Qatar: ASPETAR.
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2013). Biophysical Determinants of Core Temperature and Local Sweating Responses to Exercise in a Compensable Environment. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, USA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  • Jay, O., Hodder, S. (2013). Electric fans: Should they be used during heat waves? 15th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Queenstown, New Zealand: International Society for Environmental Ergonomics.
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2013). Heat production per unit mass determines the core temperature response to exercise in compensable conditions. Experimental Biology Meeting, Boston, MA, USA: Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2013). Heat production per unit mass, not relative exercise intensity, determines the core temperature response during exercise in compensable conditions. 15th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Queenstown, New Zealand: International Society for Environmental Ergonomics.
  • Morris, N., Bain, A., Jay, O. (2013). Stomach region thermoreceptors mediate transient sweating responses following cold and warm water ingestion during exercise. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, USA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  • Morris, N., Bain, A., Jay, O. (2013). Thermoreceptors in the stomach region independently mediate transient sweating responses. 15th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Queenstown, New Zealand: International Society for Environmental Ergonomics.
  • Morris, N., Bain, A., Jay, O. (2013). Thermoreceptors in the upper gastrointestinal tract independently influence sudomotor activity. Experimental Biology Meeting, Boston, MA, USA: Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
  • Kenny, G., Gagnon, D., Jay, O. (2013). Whole-body sweat production during exercise: evaporative heat loss requirement or percent VO2max. Experimental Biology Meeting, Boston, MA, USA: Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
  • Deren, T., Coris, E., Casa, D., DeMartini, J., Bain, A., Walz, S., Jay, O. (2012). Differences in self-generated conviction and heat balance status in NCAA Linemen and Backs. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting 2012, San Francisco, CA, USA.
  • Imbeault, M., Onied, P., Jay, O., Worthylake, D., Haman, F. (2012). Effects of training modality on inter-individual variation in shivering pattern in humans. Experimental Biology Meeting 2012, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Molgat-Seon, Y., Daboval, T., Chou, S., Jay, O. (2012). Quantifying heat balance components in neonates nursed under radiant warmers in neonatal intensive care. Experimental Biology Meeting 2012, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Cramer, M., Molgat-Seon, Y., Carlsen, A., Jay, O. (2012). Rate of heat storage does not influence exercise intensity at a fixed rating of perceived exertion. Experimental Biology Meeting 2012, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Jay, O., Bain, A., Lesperance, N. (2012). Sudomotor activity and heat balance with serial cooling and heating of thermosensors in the esophagus and stomach. Experimental Biology Meeting 2012, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Morris, N., Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2011). A comparison between two methods of measuring local sweat rate. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) 2011 Annual Conference, Quebec City, Canada.
  • Jay, O. (2011). Biophysical and physiological determinants of thermoregulatory sweating. 14th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Nafplion, Greece: National and Kapodestrian University of Athens.
  • Jay, O., Bain, A., Deren, T., Cramer, M. (2011). Evidence that heat production per unit mass, not relative exercise intensity determines changes in core temperature during exercise. 14th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Nafplion, Greece: National and Kapodestrian University of Athens.
  • Molgat-Seon, Y., Chou, S., Murto, K., Jay, O. (2011). Improving non-invasive core temperature monitoring in infants undergoing surgery. 14th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Nafplion, Greece: National and Kapodestrian University of Athens.
  • Deren, T., Coris, E., Bain, A., Walz, S., Jay, O. (2011). Regional sweating differs between elite American football linemen and backs independently of metabolic heat production. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting 2011, Denver, CO, USA.
  • Bain, A., Lesperance, N., Jay, O. (2011). Sudomotor and vasomotor activity follwoing serial cooling and heating of thermosensors in esophagus and stomach. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) 2011 Annual Conference, Quebec City, Canada.
  • Jay, O., Bain, A., Deren, T., Sacheli, M. (2011). The Influence of Aerobic Capacity on Human Thermoregulation in Individuals Matched For Body Morphology. Experimental Biology Meeting 2011, Washington, DC, USA.
  • Cramer, M., Bell, C., Jay, O. (2011). The influence of aerobic fitness on regional sweating during exercise in a temperate environment. 14th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Nafplion, Greece: National and Kapodestrian University of Athens.
  • Bain, A., Lesperance, N., Jay, O. (2011). The influence of drink temperature upon thermoregulatory sweating during exercise in a temperate environment. 14th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Nafplion, Greece: National and Kapodestrian University of Athens.
  • Jay, O., Chou, S., Molgat-Seon, Y., Murto, K. (2010). Improving the non-invasive monitoring of core temperature in infants. 23rd International Symposium on Pediatric Surgical Research, Tokyo, Japan.

2014

  • Molgat-Seon, Y., Daboval, T., Chou, S., Jay, O. (2014). Assessing neonatal heat balance and physiological strain in newborn infants nursed under radiant warmers in intensive care with fentanyl sedation. European Journal of Applied Physiology, Published on line. [More Information]
  • Ravanelli, N., Cramer, M., Molgat-Seon, Y., Carlsen, T., Jay, O. (2014). Do greater rates of body heat storage precede the accelerated reduction of self-paced exercise intensity in the heat? European Journal of Applied Physiology, In Press. [More Information]
  • Coombs, G., Cramer, M., Ravanelli, N., Jay, O. (2014). Does acetaminophen alter core temperature and sweating during exercise in hot-humid conditions? Training and Competing in the Heat Conference, Qatar: ASPETAR.
  • Ravanelli, N., Jay, O. (2014). Electric fans mitigate cardiovascular and thermal strain during extreme heat events. Experimental Biology 2014, USA: American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
  • Ravanelli, N., Cramer, M., Molgat-Seon, Y., Carlsen, A., Jay, O. (2014). Evidence that the rate of heat storage does not mediate an anticipatory feedback mechanism during self-paced exercise in the heat. Training and Competing in the Heat Conference, Qatar: ASPETAR.
  • Morris, N., Bain, A., Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2014). Evidence that transient changes in sudomotor output with cold and warm fluid ingestion are independently modulated by abdominal, but not oral thermoreceptors. Journal of Applied Physiology, 116(8), 1088-1095. [More Information]
  • Jay, O. (2014). Exploring individual factors that elevate the risk of heat-related illness in American football summer training camp. Training and Competing in the Heat Conference, Qatar: ASPETAR.
  • Jay, O., Christensen, J., White, M. (2014). Face-only immersion in cold water reduces apnoeic time and stimulates ventilation. Experimental Physiology, 92(1), 197-206.
  • Dervis, S., Smoljanic, J., Jay, O. (2014). Large differences in body fat do not independently alter changes in core temperature during exercise. Experimental Biology 2014, USA: American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
  • Dervis, S., Smoljanic, J., Jay, O. (2014). Large differences in body fat do not independently alter thermoregulatory responses during exercise. Training and Competing in the Heat Conference, Qatar: ASPETAR.
  • Deren, T., Coris, E., Casa, D., DeMartini, J., Bain, A., Walz, S., Jay, O. (2014). Maximum heat loss potential is lower in football linemen during an NCAA summer training camp because of lower self-generated air flow. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 28(6), 1656-1663. [More Information]
  • Smoljanic, J., Dervis, S., Morris, N., Jay, O. (2014). Running economy, not aerobic fitness, independently alters thermoregulatory responses during running. Training and Competing in the Heat Conference, Qatar: ASPETAR.
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2014). Selecting the correct exercise intensity for unbiased comparisons of thermoregulatory responses between groups of different mass and surface area. Journal of Applied Physiology, 116(9), 1123-1132. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Cramer, M., Ravanelli, N., Hodder, S. (2014). Should electric fans be used during a heat wave? Applied Ergonomics, In Press. [More Information]
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2014). Steady-state local sweat rate is determined by the evaporation required for heat balance relative to body surface area. Experimental Biology 2014, USA: American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
  • Smoljanic, J., Dervis, S., Jay, O. (2014). The independent influence of aerobic fitness and running economy on thermoregulation during running. Experimental Biology 2014, USA: American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
  • Huang, M., Morris, N., Jay, O., Davis, S. (2014). Thermoregulatory dysfunction in multiple sclerosis patients during moderate exercise in a thermoneutral environment. Experimental Biology 2014, USA: American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
  • Jay, O. (2014). Understanding human/environmental heat exchange and preventing thermoregulatory catastrophe. Training and Competing in the Heat Conference, Qatar: ASPETAR.
  • Jay, O. (2014). Unravelling the true influences of fitness and sex on sweating during exercise. Experimental Physiology, In Press. [More Information]

2013

  • Morris, N., Cramer, M., Hodder, S., Havenith, G., Jay, O. (2013). A comparison between the technical absorbent and ventilated capsule methods for measuring local sweat rate. Journal of Applied Physiology, 114(6), 816-823. [More Information]
  • Molgat-Seon, Y., Daboval, T., Chou, S., Jay, O. (2013). Accidental overheating of a newborn under an infant radiant warmer: a lesson for future use. Journal of Perinatology, 33(9), 738-739. [More Information]
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2013). Biophysical Determinants of Core Temperature and Local Sweating Responses to Exercise in a Compensable Environment. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, USA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  • Jay, O., Hodder, S. (2013). Electric fans: Should they be used during heat waves? 15th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Queenstown, New Zealand: International Society for Environmental Ergonomics.
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2013). Heat production per unit mass determines the core temperature response to exercise in compensable conditions. Experimental Biology Meeting, Boston, MA, USA: Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2013). Heat production per unit mass, not relative exercise intensity, determines the core temperature response during exercise in compensable conditions. 15th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Queenstown, New Zealand: International Society for Environmental Ergonomics.
  • Cramer, M., Bain, A., Jay, O. (2013). Local sweating on the forehead, but not forearm, is influenced by aerobic fitness independently of heat balance requirements during exercise. Experimental Physiology, 97(5), 572-582. [More Information]
  • Morris, N., Jay, O. (2013). Relative exercise intensity and core temperature changes in lean and obese children. The Journal of Pediatrics, 163(5), 1535-1536. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Molgat-Seon, Y., Chou, S., Murto, K. (2013). Skin temperature over the carotid artery provides an accurate non-invasive estimation of core temperature in infants and young children during general anesthesia. Paediatric Anaesthesia, 23(12), 1109-1116. [More Information]
  • Morris, N., Bain, A., Jay, O. (2013). Stomach region thermoreceptors mediate transient sweating responses following cold and warm water ingestion during exercise. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, USA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  • Gagnon, D., Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2013). The evaporative requirements for heat balance determines whole-body sweat rate during exercise under conditions permitting full evaporation. The Journal of Physiology, 291(11), 2925-2935. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Jay, O. (2013). Thermometry, Calorimetry, and Mean Body Temperature during Heat Stress. Comprehensive Physiology, 3(4), 1689-1719. [More Information]
  • Morris, N., Bain, A., Jay, O. (2013). Thermoreceptors in the stomach region independently mediate transient sweating responses. 15th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Queenstown, New Zealand: International Society for Environmental Ergonomics.
  • Morris, N., Bain, A., Jay, O. (2013). Thermoreceptors in the upper gastrointestinal tract independently influence sudomotor activity. Experimental Biology Meeting, Boston, MA, USA: Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
  • Kenny, G., Gagnon, D., Jay, O. (2013). Whole-body sweat production during exercise: evaporative heat loss requirement or percent VO2max. Experimental Biology Meeting, Boston, MA, USA: Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.

2012

  • Bain, A., Lesperance, N., Jay, O. (2012). Body heat storage during physical activity is lower with hot fluid ingestion under conditions permitting full evaporation. Acta Physiologica, 206(2), 98-108. [More Information]
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2012). Compensatory hyperhidrosis following thoracic sympathectomy: A biophysical rationale. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology (Print), 302, R352-R356. [More Information]
  • Deren, T., Coris, E., Casa, D., DeMartini, J., Bain, A., Walz, S., Jay, O. (2012). Differences in self-generated conviction and heat balance status in NCAA Linemen and Backs. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting 2012, San Francisco, CA, USA.
  • Cramer, M., Morris, N., Jay, O. (2012). Dissociating biophysical and training - related determinants of core temperature. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, 40(3).
  • Imbeault, M., Onied, P., Jay, O., Worthylake, D., Haman, F. (2012). Effects of training modality on inter-individual variation in shivering pattern in humans. Experimental Biology Meeting 2012, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Jay, O., Bain, A., Deren, T., Sacheli, M., Cramer, M. (2012). Large differences in peak oxygen uptake do not alter the change in core temperature and thermoregulatory sweating during exercise. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology (Print), 301(3), R832-R841. [More Information]
  • Molgat-Seon, Y., Daboval, T., Chou, S., Jay, O. (2012). Quantifying heat balance components in neonates nursed under radiant warmers in neonatal intensive care. Experimental Biology Meeting 2012, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Cramer, M., Molgat-Seon, Y., Carlsen, A., Jay, O. (2012). Rate of heat storage does not influence exercise intensity at a fixed rating of perceived exertion. Experimental Biology Meeting 2012, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Jay, O., Bain, A., Lesperance, N. (2012). Sudomotor activity and heat balance with serial cooling and heating of thermosensors in the esophagus and stomach. Experimental Biology Meeting 2012, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Deren, T., Coris, E., Bain, A., Walz, S., Jay, O. (2012). Sweating is greater in NCAA football lineman independently of heat production. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 44(2), 244-252.

2011

  • Morris, N., Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2011). A comparison between two methods of measuring local sweat rate. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) 2011 Annual Conference, Quebec City, Canada.
  • Jay, O. (2011). Biophysical and physiological determinants of thermoregulatory sweating. 14th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Nafplion, Greece: National and Kapodestrian University of Athens.
  • Cramer, M., Jay, O. (2011). Can thermal hyperpnea really cool the brain? Journal of Applied Physiology, 110(2), 576. [More Information]
  • Bain, A., Deren, T., Jay, O. (2011). Describing individual variation in whole-body and local sweating during exercise in a temperate environment. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 111(8), 1599-1607. [More Information]
  • Bain, A., Jay, O. (2011). Does summer in a humid continental climate elicit an acclimatization of human thermoregulatory responses? European Journal of Applied Physiology, 111(6), 1197-1205. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Bain, A., Deren, T., Cramer, M. (2011). Evidence that heat production per unit mass, not relative exercise intensity determines changes in core temperature during exercise. 14th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Nafplion, Greece: National and Kapodestrian University of Athens.
  • Molgat-Seon, Y., Chou, S., Murto, K., Jay, O. (2011). Improving non-invasive core temperature monitoring in infants undergoing surgery. 14th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Nafplion, Greece: National and Kapodestrian University of Athens.
  • Deren, T., Coris, E., Bain, A., Walz, S., Jay, O. (2011). Regional sweating differs between elite American football linemen and backs independently of metabolic heat production. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting 2011, Denver, CO, USA.
  • Bain, A., Lesperance, N., Jay, O. (2011). Sudomotor and vasomotor activity follwoing serial cooling and heating of thermosensors in esophagus and stomach. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) 2011 Annual Conference, Quebec City, Canada.
  • Jay, O. (2011). Sweat. In Mooren FC and Skinner JS (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Exercise Medicine in Health and Disease, (pp. 831-834). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
  • Jay, O., Bain, A., Deren, T., Sacheli, M. (2011). The Influence of Aerobic Capacity on Human Thermoregulation in Individuals Matched For Body Morphology. Experimental Biology Meeting 2011, Washington, DC, USA.
  • Cramer, M., Bell, C., Jay, O. (2011). The influence of aerobic fitness on regional sweating during exercise in a temperate environment. 14th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Nafplion, Greece: National and Kapodestrian University of Athens.
  • Bain, A., Lesperance, N., Jay, O. (2011). The influence of drink temperature upon thermoregulatory sweating during exercise in a temperate environment. 14th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Nafplion, Greece: National and Kapodestrian University of Athens.

2010

  • Gagnon, D., Lemire, B., Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2010). Aural canal, esophageal, and rectal temperatures during exertional heat stress and the subsequent recovery period. Journal of Athletic Training, 45(2), 157-163. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., DuCharme, M., Webb, P., Reardon, F., Kenny, G. (2010). Estimating changes in volume-weighted mean body temperature using thermometry with an individualized correction factor. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology (Print), 299(2), R387-R394. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Gagnon, D., Dorman, L., Hardcastle, S., Jay, O. (2010). Heat balance and cumulative heat storage during exercise performed in the heat in physically active younger and middle-aged men. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 109(1), 81-92. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2010). Heat exposure in the Canadian Workplace. American Journal Of Industrial Medicine, 53(8), 842-853. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Yardley, J., Brown, C., Sigal, R., Jay, O. (2010). Heat stress in older individuals and patients with common chronic diseases. CMAJ - Canadian Medical Association Journal, 182(10), 1053-1060. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Chou, S., Molgat-Seon, Y., Murto, K. (2010). Improving the non-invasive monitoring of core temperature in infants. 23rd International Symposium on Pediatric Surgical Research, Tokyo, Japan.

2009

  • Gagnon, D., Dorman, L., Jay, O., Hardcastle, S., Kenny, G. (2009). Core temperature differences between males and females during intermittent exercise: physical considerations. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 105(3), 453-461. [More Information]
  • Lemire, B., Gagnon, D., Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2009). Differences between sexes in rectal cooling rates after exercise-induced hyperthermia. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41(8), 1633-1639. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Dorman, L., Webb, P., Ducharme, M., Gagnon, D., Reardon, F., Hardcaslte, S., Jay, O. (2009). Heat balance and cumulative heat storage during intermittent bouts of exercise. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41(3), 588-596. [More Information]
  • Jay, O. (2009). Heat balance considerations when estimating the rate of body heat storage. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 30(4), 307. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Webb, P. (2009). Improving the prediction of sweat losses during exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology, 107(2), 375-376. [More Information]
  • Jay, O. (2009). Last Word on Viewpoint: Current evidence does not support an anticipatory regulation of exercise intensity mediated by rate of body heat storage. Journal of Applied Physiology, 107(2), 635. [More Information]
  • Jennings, A., Alberga, A., Sigal, R., Jay, O., Boule, N., Kenny, G. (2009). The effect of exercise training on resting metabolic rate in type 2 diabetes mellitus. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41(8), 1558-1565. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2009). Viewpoint: Current evidence does not support an anticipatory regulation of exercise intensity mediated by rate of body heat storage. Journal of Applied Physiology, 107(2), 630-631. [More Information]

2008

  • Kenny, G., Webb, P., Ducharme, M., Reardon, F., Jay, O. (2008). Calorimetric measurement of postexercise heat losses and residual body heat storage. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(9), 1629-1636. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Gagnon, D., Jay, O., McInnis, N., Journeay, S., Reardon, F. (2008). Can supine recovery mitigate the exercise intensity dependent attenuation of post-exercise heat loss responses? Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 33(4), 682-689. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2008). Evaporative heat loss and changes in core temperature set-point during different absolute workloads. The FASEB Journal, 22, 956.18.
  • Jay, O., Gagnon, D., Ducharme, M., Webb, P., Reardon, F., Kenny, G. (2008). Human heat balance during postexercise recovery: separating metabolic and nonthermal effects. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology (Print), 294(5), R1586-R1592. [More Information]
  • Gagnon, D., Jay, O., Reardon, F., Journeay, W., Kenny, G. (2008). Hyperthermia modifies the nonthermal contribution to postexercise heat loss responses. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(3), 513-522. [More Information]
  • Lemire, B., Gagnon, D., Jay, O., Dorman, L., Ducharme, M., Kenny, G. (2008). Influence of adiposity on cooling efficiency in hyperthermic individuals. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 104(1), 67-74. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Leclair, E., Sigal, R., Journeay, S., Kilby, D., Nettlefold, L., Reardon, F., Jay, O. (2008). Menstrual cycle and oral contraceptive use do not modify post-exercise heat loss responses. Journal of Applied Physiology, 105(4), 1156-1165. [More Information]
  • Kenny, G., Yardley, J., Martineau, L., Jay, O. (2008). Physical work capacity in older adults: Implications for the ageing worker. American Journal Of Industrial Medicine, 51(8), 610-625. [More Information]
  • Jay, O., Reardon, F., DuCharme, M., Webb, P., Kenny, G. (2008). Predicting individual correction factors for the improved thermometric estimation of changes in mean body temperature. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(5), S367.
  • Dorman, L., Jay, O., Gagnon, D., Webb, P., DuCharme, M., Reardon, F., Kenny, G. (2008). Sex Differences in Human Heat Balance At The Same Intermittent Work Loads. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(5), S336.
  • Lemire, B., Gagnon, D., Dorman, L., Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2008). Sex-related differences in cooling rates after exercise- induced hyperthermia. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(5), S336.
  • Gagnon, D., Jay, O., Lemire, B., Dorman, L., Kenny, G. (2008). Sex-related differences in dynamic heat balance: metabolic heat production considerations. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(5), S336.
  • Gagnon, D., Jay, O., Lemire, B., Kenny, G. (2008). Sex-related differences in evaporative heat loss: The importance of metabolic heat production. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 104(5), 821-829. [More Information]

2007

  • Jay, O., Gariepy, L., Reardon, F., Webb, P., Ducharme, M., Ramsay, T., Kenny, G. (2007). A three-compartment thermometry model for the improved estimation of changes in body heat content. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 292(4), R167-R175.
  • Kenny, G., Jay, O., Journeay, W. (2007). Disturbance of thermal homeostasis following exercise - a review. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 32(4), 818-831.
  • Jay, O., Reardon, F., Webb, P., Ducharme, M., Ramsay, T., Nettlefold, L., Kenny, G. (2007). Estimating changes in mean body temperature for humans during exercise using core and skin temperatures is inaccurate even with a correction factor. Journal of Applied Physiology, 103(2), 443-451.
  • Kenny, G., Jay, O. (2007). Evidence of a greater onset threshold for sweating in females following intense exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 101(4), 487-493.
  • Jay, O., Christensen, J., White, M. (2007). Face-only immersion in cold water reduces apnoeic time and stimulates ventilation. Experimental Physiology, 92(1), 197-206.
  • Journeay, W., Jay, O., McInnis, N., Leclair, E., Kenny, G. (2007). Postexercise heat loss and hemodynamic responses during head-down tilt are similar between genders. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 39(8), 1308-1314.
  • Kenny, G., Jay, O. (2007). Sex differences in postexercise esophageal and muscle tissue temperature response. American Journal of Physiology, 292(4), 1632-1640.
  • Jay, O., Kenny, G. (2007). The determination of changes in body heat content during exercise using calorimetry and thermometry - an invited review. Journal of the Human-Environment System, 10(1), 19-29.

2006

  • McInnis, N., Journeay, W., Jay, O., Leclair, E., Kenny, G. (2006). 15o Head-down tilt attenuates the postexercise reduction in cutaneous vascular conductance and sweating and decreases esophageal temperature recovery time. Journal of Applied Physiology, 101(3), 840-847.
  • Jay, O., Havenith, G. (2006). Differences in finger skin contact cooling response between an arterial occlusion and a vasodilated condition. Journal of Applied Physiology, 100(5), 1596-1601.
  • Jay, O., White, M. (2006). Maximum effort breath-hold times for males and females of similar pulmonary capacities during sudden face-only immersion at water temperatures from 0oC to 33oC. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 31(5), 549-556.
  • Kenny, G., Jay, O., Zaleski, W., Reardon, M., Sigal, R., Journeay, W., Reardon, F. (2006). Postexercise hypotension causes a prolonged perturbation in esophageal temperature and active muscle temperature recovery. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 291(3), R580-R588.
  • Geng, Q., Holmer, I., Hartog, D., Havenith, G., Jay, O., Malchaire, J., Piette, J., Rintamaki, H., Rissanen, S. (2006). Temperature limit values for touching cold surfaces with the fingertip. Annals of occupational hygiene, 50(8), 851-862.
  • Jay, O., White, M. (2006). The combined effects of local contact pressure and hand cooling upon cutaneous blood cell velocity of the fingertip. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 97(3), 332-339.
  • Chu, A., Jay, O., White, M. (2006). The effects of hyperthermia and hypoxia on ventilation during low-intensity steady-state exercise. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 292(1), R195-R203.

2004

  • Jay, O., Havenith, G. (2004). Finger skin cooling on contact with cold materials: A comparison between male and female responses during short-term exposures. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 91(4), 373-381.
  • Jay, O., Havenith, G. (2004). Finger skin cooling on contact with cold materials: An investigation between male and female responses during short-term exposures with a view on hand and finger size. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 93(1-2), 1-8.
  • Jay, O., Havenith, G. (2004). Skin cooling on contact with cold materials: The effect of blood flow during short-term exposures. Annals of occupational hygiene, 48(2), 129-137.

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