Maria Hopman, MD, PhD, FACSM, is a medical doctor interested in cardiovascular regulation and adaptation to exercise training and inactivity/deconditioning in humans. Her research is focused on exploring the relationship between inactivity and chronic disease. She teaches medical students and biomedical students, exercise physiology, ventilation, circulation, movement and control, and she supervises a great number of students during their practical trainee, in and outside the country. 

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Recent publications

  1. Effect of prolonged walking on cardiac troponin levels. Eijsvogels T, George K, Shave R, Gaze D, Levine BD, Hopman MT, Thijssen DH. Am J Cardiol. 105: 267-272, 2010

  2. Sympathetic Nonadrenergic Transmission Contributes to Autonomic Dysreflexia in Spinal Cord–Injured Individuals. Groothuis JT, Rongen GA, Deinum J, Pickkers P, Danser AHJ, Geurts ACH, Smits P, Hopman MTE. Hypertension 55: 636-649, 2010