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Sally Osborne Ph.D.
B.Sc. Biopsychology, UBC 1983
M.Sc. Zoology, UBC 1988
Ph.D. Experimental Medicine, UBC 1994
Post Doctoral Fellow, Respiratory Division, Faculty of Medicine, UBC 1994-1995
Instructor, Cellular & Physiological Sciences, UBC 1995-1997
Senior Instructor, Cellular & Physiological Sciences, UBC 1997-Present



Selected References

J. Road, S. Osborne & A.C. Cairns (1997) Phrenic motoneuron firing rates before, during and after prolonged inspiratory resistive loads. Journal of Applied Physiology 83(3): 776-783.

S. Osborne & J.D. Road (1995) Diaphragm and phrenic nerve activity during inspiratory loading in anesthetized rabbits. Respiration Physiology 99: 321-330.

J.D. Road, S. Osborne &Y. Waka (1993) Delayed post stimulus decrease of phrenic motoneuron output produced by phrenic nerve afferent stimulation, J.Appl.Physiol. 74: 68-72.

S. Osborne & W.K. Milsom (1993) Ventilation is coupled to metabolic demands during progressive hypothermia in rodents. Resp.Physiol. 92: 305-318.

P. Wilcox, S. Osborne & B. Bressler (1992) Monocyte inflammatory mediators impair in vitro hamster diaphragm contractility. Amer.Rev.Resp. Disease, 146: 462-6.

M.Okazawa, Y. Wakai, S. Osborne, P.D. Pare & J.D. Road (1992). Effect of vagal stimulation and acetylcholine on canine trachealis muscle shortening, J.Appl. Physiol. 72(6): 2463-2468.