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Sushant Ranadive

Assistant Professor, Kinesiology

Dr. Ranadive is primarily interested in studying the mechanisms related to the higher prevalence of hypertension in postmenopausal women as compared with age-matched men. He plans specifically to study neurovascular control mechanisms in both pre and post-menopausal women that are either unstudied or understudied. Dr. Ranadive's current projects focus on racial and sex disparities in vascular function following acute inflammation.

Contact

ranadive@umd.edu

SPH | Room 2330

(301) 405-3056

Departments/Units

Areas of Interest

Inflammation; Cardiovascular Physiology; Racial Differences; Women's Health; Sex Hormones and Vascular Physiology

Ph.D., Kinesiology, 2012

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

MS, Exercise Physiology, 2007

University of Illinois at Chicago

BS, Occupational Therapy, 2005

Seth G.S. Medical College and KEM Hospital

KNES 360 Physiology of Exercise

KNES 465 Physical Activity and Disease Prevention/Treatment

KNES 692 Cardiovascular Aspects of Exercise