Dr Genders is a postdoctoral research fellow within the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Active Living (ISEAL). Amanda received her PhD from the University of Tasmania where she examined cGMP phosphodiesterases and in particular their role in the regulation of blood flow and glucose metabolism in skeletal muscle. After completing her PhD studies Amanda held postdoctoral positions at the University of Virginia and Deakin University. Her current research is investigating the effects of pH and exercise on skeletal muscle mitochondria.
Peer reviewed journal articles
A. Selathurai, M.L. Burch, G.M. Kowalski, P. Sepulveda, S. Risis, R.S. Lee-Young, A.J. Genders, S.L. McGee, M.J. Watt, A.P. Russell, M. Frank, S. Jackowski, M.A. Febbraio, C.R. Bruce. Elimination of the CDP-ethanolamine pathway in skeletal muscle has pronounced effects on lipid homeostasis and mitochondrial oxidative capacity without altering insulin sensitivity. Cell Metabolism 21:718-730 IF: 14.2.
A.J. Genders, V. Frison, S.R. Abramson, E.J. Barrett (2013) Endothelial cells actively concentrate insulin during its transendothelial transport Microcirculation 20:434-439 IF: 2.763, CIT: 1.
S. Majumdar*, A.J. Genders*, A.C. Inyard, V. Frison, E.J. Barrett (2012) Insulin entry into muscle involves a saturable process in the vascular endothelium. Diabetologia 55:450-456 IF: 6.487, CIT: 8.
A.J. Genders*, E.A. Bradley*, S. Rattigan, S.M. Richards (2011) cGMP phosphodiesterase inhibition improves the vascular and metabolic actions of insulin in skeletal muscle Am. J. Physiol. Endocrin. Metab. 301:E342-350 IF: 4.746, CIT: 3.
P. St-Pierre, A.J. Genders, M.A. Keske, S.M. Richards, S. Rattigan (2010) Loss of insulin-mediated microvascular perfusion in skeletal muscle is associated with the development of insulin resistance. Diabetes Obes Metab 12:798-805 IF: 4.42, CIT: 10.
*Joint first author
Postgraduate research students & fellows
- Co-supervision of 1 PhD student.
Areas of expertise
- Metabolic function
- Skeletal muscle and training