Postdoctoral Fellow, Division of Cardiology, Sinai Health System
Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education, University of Toronto
PhD, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, Queen’s University
MSc, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, Queen’s University
BPHE, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, Queen’s University
BSc, Faculty of Arts & Science, Queen’s University
Exercise performance and tolerance
Bentley, R. F., Vecchiarelli, E., Banks, L., Gonçalves, P., Thomas, S. G., & Goodman, J. M. (2020). Heart rate variability and recovery following maximal exercise in endurance athletes and physically active individuals. Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism, 45(10), 1138–1144.
Banks L*., Bentley, RF*., Currie, KD., Vecchiarelli, E., Aslam, A., Connelly, KA., Yan, AT, Konieczny, KM., Dorian P, Mak S, Sasson Z, Goodman JM. (2020). Cardiac Remodeling in Middle-Aged Endurance Athletes and Recreationally Active Individuals: Challenges in Defining the "Athlete's Heart". J Am Soc Echocardiogr. 33(2): 247-249. *co-author.
Bentley, RF., Jones, JH., Hirai, DM., Zelt, JT., Giles, MD., Raleigh, JP., Quadrilatero, J., Gurd, BJ., Neder, JA., Tschakovsky, ME. (2019). Submaximal Exercise Cardiac Output Is Increased by 4 Weeks of Sprint Interval Training in Young Healthy Males With Low Initial Q̇-V̇O2: Importance of Cardiac Response Phenotype. PLoS One. 14(1):e0195458.
Bentley, RF., Jones, JH., Hirai, DM., Zelt, JT., Giles, MD., Raleigh, JP., Quadrilatero, J., Gurd, BJ., Neder, JA., Tschakovsky, ME. (2018). Do Interindividual Differences in Cardiac Output During Submaximal Exercise Explain Differences in Exercising Muscle Oxygenation and Ratings of Perceived Exertion? Physiol Rep. 6(2):e13570.
Bentley, RF., Walsh, JJ., Drouin, PJ., Velickovic, A., Kitner, SJ., Fenuta, AM., Tschakovsky, ME. (2018). Absence of Compensatory Vasodilation With Perfusion Pressure Challenge in Exercise: Evidence for and Implications of the Noncompensator Phenotype. J Appl Physiol. 124(2):374-387.
Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology
American Physiological Society