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Jens Bangsbo

Jens Bangsbo

Prof., viceinstitutleder for forskning

Institut for Idræt og Ernæring, Integreret fysiologi
Nørre Allé 51-55
2200 København N

Kontor: August Krogh Instituttet, 2. sal
Telefon: +45 353-21623
Telefon (Sekretariat): +45 353-21622
E-mail: jbangsbo@nexs.ku.dk



Brief CV and list of publications (2010-2011)

Date of birth: 2nd October, 1957.
Place of birth: Århus, Denmark.
Citizenship: Danish.

Degrees
Dr. Sci., Faculty of Natural Science, University of Copenhagen (1994)

Recent positions
Assistant professor, August Krogh Institute, University of Copenhagen (1991-1995)
Associate professor, August Krogh Institute/Institute of Exercise and Sport Sciences, University of Copenhagen (1996-2003, sabbatical leave 2001-2004)
Professor, Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences, University of Copenhagen (2003 - present)
Assistant coach, Juventus Football Club (2001-2004)

Awards
1991   The Wander Award, awarded by the "Biochemistry of Exercise" committee
1998   University of Copenhagen Natural Science Award for making science public ("Formidling")

Recent commitments
Member of the Copenhagen Muscle Research Center (CMRC) (1994 - present)
Member of Committee of Sport Science, Ministry of Culture (2004-2008)
Chairman of Committee of Sport Science, Ministry of Culture (2008 - present)
Member of the board of PhD School ”Academy for Muscle Biology, Exercise and Health Research” (2005 - present)
Vice Head of Department, Head of Research, Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences, University of Copenhagen (2007-2010)
Member of the Faculty of Science Research board, University of Copenhagen (2007-2010)
Member of the board of “Forskeruddannelsesprogram i idræt” “REPS” (2007-2010)

On a number of occasions member of the evaluation committee for PhD, doctoral degree, academic positions and grant applications, e.g. March 2011 “Research Council for Health of the Academy of Finland”.

PhD supervisor and related commitments
Supervisor for more than 15 PhD students. Organised and taught at more than 20 national and international PhD courses.

Editorial work
Reviewer for numerous journals. Editor of several books.

International collaboration
Has a vivid collaboration with Danish and foreign scientists. Among the international researchers are Michael J. McKenna, Victoria University of Technology, Australia; Marty Gibala, McMaster University, Canada; Andrew M. Jones, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK; Karin Söderlund, Karolinska Institute, University of Stockholm, Sweden; Graham Lamb, La Trobe University, Australia; Jean-Marc Renaud, Ottowa, Canada.

Research experience
Has more than 25 years of experience in research. Leader of a research group “Integrated Physiology” consisting of six senior researchers at the department. Leader of the research project “Barrierer for fysisk aktivitet” involving more than ten researchers from University of Copenhagen, University of Southern Denmark and University of Århus. Co-leader of the project “Health and Football” supported by FIFA and involving more than twenty researchers from Europe. Was until recently Head of Research at the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences, University of Copenhagen.

Presentations
Annually invited to give about 15 presentations at international congresses/symposia and a high number of national meetings.

Recent research
The research has focused on muscle ion transport and energy production as well as the link between these systems during exercise and their role in health and development of fatigue. Furthermore, molecular adaptations to regular physical exercise and inactivity are studied also in relation to health development.

Publications
The total number of publications is 297 including 16 books, which have been translated to a number of different languages. The number of publications published in peer reviewed international scientific journals is 201 of which 19 was published in 2010. The majority of the reviews and book chapters have also been peer reviewed.
H-index: 48
 
Recent publications (2010-2011)

Iaia FM, Perez-Gomez J, Nordsborg N, Bangsbo J. (2010). Effect of previous exhaustive exercise on metabolism and fatigue development during intense exercise in humans. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 20(4):619-629.

Krustrup P, Christensen JF, Randers MB, Pedersen H, Sundstrup E, Jakobsen MD, Krustrup BR, Nielsen JJ, Suetta C, Nybo L, Bangsbo J. (2010). Muscle adaptations and performance enhancements of soccer training for untrained men. Eur J Appl Physiol. 108(6):1247-1258.

Nyberg M, Mortensen SP, Saltin B, Hellsten Y, Bangsbo J. (2010). Low blood flow at onset of moderate-intensity exercise does not limit muscle oxygen uptake. Am J Physiol. 298(3):R843-R848.

Thomassen M, Christensen PM, Gunnarsson TP, Nybo L, Bangsbo J. (2010). Effect of 2-wk intensified training and inactivity on muscle Na+-K+ pump expression, phospholemman (FXYD1) phosphorylation, and performance in soccer players. J Appl Physiol. 108(4):898-905.

Høier B, Olsen K, Nyberg M, Bangsbo J, Hellsten Y. (2010). Contraction-induced secretion of VEGF from skeletal muscle cells is mediated by adenosine. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 299(3):H857-H862

Duez L, Qerama E, Fuglsang-Frederiksen A, Bangsbo J, Jensen TS. (2010). Electrophysiological characteristics of motor units and muscle fibers in trained and untrained young male subjects. Muscle Nerve. 42(2):177-183.

Krustrup P, Aagaard P, Nybo L, Petersen J, Mohr M, Bangsbo J. (2010). Recreational football as a health promoting activity: a topical review. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 20(Suppl. 1):1-13.

Randers MB, Nybo L, Petersen J, Nielsen JJ, Christiansen L, Bendiksen M, Brito J, Bangsbo J, Krustrup P. (2010). Activity profile and physiological response to football training for untrained males and females, elderly and youngsters: influence of the number of players. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 20(Suppl. 1):14-23.

Bangsbo J, Nielsen JJ, Mohr M, Randers MB, Krustrup BR, Brito J, Nybo L, Krustrup P. (2010). Performance enhancements and muscular adaptations of a 16-week recreational football intervention for untrained women. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 20(Suppl. 1):24-30.

Krustrup P, Hansen PR, Randers MB, Nybo L, Martone D, Andersen LJ, Bune LT, Junge A, Bangsbo J. (2010). Beneficial effects of recreational football on the cardiovascular risk profile in untrained premenopausal women. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 20(Suppl. 1):40-49.

Krustrup P, Hansen PR, Andersen LJ, Jakobsen MD, Sundstrup E, Randers MB, Christiansen L, Helge EW, Pedersen MT, Søgaard P, Junge A, Dvorak J, Aagaard P, Bangsbo J. (2010). Long-term musculoskeletal and cardiac health effects of recreational football and running for premenopausal women. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 20(Suppl. 1):58-71.

Knoepfli-Lenzin C, Sennhauser C, Toigo M, Boutellier U, Bangsbo J, Krustrup P, Junge A, Dvorak J. (2010). Effects of a 12-week intervention period with football and running for habitually active men with mild hypertension. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 20(Suppl. 1):72-79.

Randers MB, Nielsen JJ, Krustrup BR, Sundstrup E, Jakobsen MD, Nybo L, Dvorak J, Bangsbo J, Krustrup P. (2010). Positive performance and health effects of a football training program over 12 weeks can be maintained over a 1-year period with reduced training frequency. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 20(Suppl. 1):80-89.

Andersen LJ, Randers MB, Westh K, Martone D, Hansen PR, Junge A, Dvorak J, Bangsbo J, Krustrup P. (2010). Football as a treatment for hypertension in untrained 30-55-year-old men: a prospective randomized study. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 20(Suppl. 1):98-102.

Krustrup P, Dvorak J, Junge A, Bangsbo J. (2010). Executive summary: the health and fitness benefits of regular participation in small-sided football games. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 20(Suppl. 1):132-135.

Iaia FM, Bangsbo J (2010). Speed endurance training is a powerful stimulus for physiological adaptations and performance improvements of athletes. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 20(Suppl. 2):11-23.

Bangsbo J, Elbe AM, Andersen M, Poulsen AL. (2010). International Consensus Conference "Performance in top sports involving intense exercise". Scand J Med Sci Sports. 20(Suppl. 2):ii-iv.

Høier B, Rufener N, Bojsen-Moller J, Bangsbo J, Hellsten Y. (2010). The effect of passive movement training on angiogenic factors and capillary growth in human skeletal muscle. J Physiol. 588:3833-3845.

Bradley PS, Mohr M, Bendiksen M, Randers MB, Flindt M, Barnes C, Hood P, Gomez A, Andersen JL, Di Mascio M, Bangsbo J, Krustrup P. (2010). Sub-maximal and maximal Yo-Yo intermittent endurance test level 2: heart rate response, reproducibility and application to elite soccer. Eur J Appl Physiol. 111:969-978.

Iaia FM, Bangsbo J. (2010). Speed endurance training is a powerful stimulus for physiological adaptations and performance improvements of athletes. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 20(Suppl. 2):11-23.

Christensen PM, Krustrup P, Gunnarsson TP, Kiilerich K, Nybo L, Bangsbo J. (2011). VO2 Kinetics and Performance in Soccer Players after Intense Training and Inactivity. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2011 Feb 8. [Epub ahead of print]

Krustrup P, Ortenblad N, Nielsen J, Nybo L, Gunnarsson TP, Iaia FM, Madsen K, Stephens F, Greenhaff P, Bangsbo J.  (2011). Maximal voluntary contraction force, SR function and glycogen resynthesis during the first 72 h after a high-level competitive soccer game. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2011 Mar 30. [Epub ahead of print].

Iaia FM, Perez-Gomez J, Thomassen M, Nordsborg NB, Hellsten Y, Bangsbo J. (2011). Relationship between performance at different exercise intensities and skeletal muscle characteristics. J Appl Physiol. 110: 1555-1563.

Jones AM, Grassi B, Christensen PM, Krustrup P, Bangsbo J, Poole DC. (2011). The Slow Component of VO2 Kinetics: Mechanistic Bases and Practical Applications. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2011 May 4. [Epub ahead of print].

Krustrup P, Ortenblad N, Nielsen J, Nybo L, Gunnarsson TP, Iaia FM, Madsen K, Stephens F, Greenhaff P, Bangsbo J. (2011). Maximal voluntary contraction force, SR function and glycogen resynthesis during the first 72 h after a high-level competitive soccer game. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2011 Mar 30. [Epub ahead of print].

Mohr M, Nielsen JJ, Bangsbo J. (2011), Caffeine intake improves intense intermittent exercise performance and reduces muscle interstitial potassium accumulation. J Appl Physiol. 2011 Aug 11. [Epub ahead of print].

Bangsbo J. (2011). Træningsfysiologi – lærebog for gymnasium. (2nd ed.). Kbh.:  Frydenlund, Denmark.