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Ioannis Vogiatzis

Scientific discipline
Sailing

Teaching
-Didactics and Training Principles of Dinghy Sailing
-Aero-and hydrodynamics of Sailboat
-Principles of Coaching in Sailing
-Teaching Methods in Sailing
-Special Issues of Sailing Performance
-Internship in Sailing

Research interests
-Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation
-Clinical exercise testing
-Sports Performance

Degrees
-B.Sc. in Physical Education and Sports Sciences, National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, 1990
-M.Sc. in Sports Coaching, University of Sheffield, Great Britain, 1992
-Ph.D. in Physiology of Exercise, University of Glasgow, 1995

 

Indicative Publications

  1. Vogiatzis I, Habazettl H, Louvaris Z, Andrianopoulos V, Wagner H, Zakynthinos S, Wagner PD (2015). A method for assessing heterogeneity of blood flow and metabolism in exercising normal human muscle by near-infrared spectroscopy. J Appl Physiol;118(6):783-793.
  2. Louvaris Z, Vogiatzis I, Aliverti A, Habazettl H, Wagner H, Wagner P, Zakynthinos S (2014). Blood flow does not redistribute from respiratory to leg muscles during exercise breathing heliox or oxygen in COPD.J Appl Physiol;117(3):267-276.
  3. Louvaris Z., Kortianou EA, Spetsioti S, Vasilopoulou M, Nasis I, Asimakos A, Zakynthinos SG, Vogiatzis I (2013). Intensity of daily physical activity is associated with central hemodynamic and leg muscle oxygen availability in COPD. J Appl Physiol; 115(6):794-802.
  4. Louvaris Z, Zakynthinos, Aliverti A S Habazettl H, Wagner H, Vasilopoulou M, Wagner PD, Vogiatzis I (2012). Effect of helium breathing on peripheral muscle blood flow during exercise in COPD patients with different patterns of dynamic hyperinflation. J Appl Physiol;113(7):1012-1023.
  5. Vogiatzis I, Louvaris Z, Habazettl H, Athanasopoulos D, Andrianopoulos V, Cherouveim E, Wagner H, Roussos C, Wagner PD, Zakynthinos SG (2011). Frontal cerebral cortex blood flow, oxygen delivery and oxygenation during normoxic and hypoxic exercise in athletes. J Physiol;589: 4027-4039.
  6. Athanasopoulos D, Louvaris Z, Cherouveim E, Andrianopoulos V, Roussos C, Zakynthinos SG, Vogiatzis I (2010). Expiratory muscle loading increases intercostal muscle blood flow during leg exercise in healthy humans. J Appl Physiol; 109(2): 388-395.
  7. Vogiatzis I, Athanasopoulos D, Habazettl H, Kuebler WM, Wagner H, Roussos C, Wagner PD, Zakynthinos S (2009). Intercostal muscle blood flow limitation in athletes during maximal exercise. J Physiol; 587: 3665-3677.
  8. Vogiatzis I., D. Athanasopoulos, R. Boushel, JA. Guenette, M. Koskolou, M. Vasilopoulou, H. Wagner, C. Roussos, PD. Wagner and S. Zakynthinos (2008). Contribution of respiratory muscle blood flow to exercise-induced diaphragmatic fatigue in trained cyclists.  J Physiol; 586: 5575-5587.
  9. Vogiatzis I., O. Georgiadou, M. Koskolou, D. Athanasopoulos, K. Kostikas, S. Golemati, H. Wagner, C. Roussos, PD. Wagner, S. Zakynthinos (2007).Effects of hypoxia on diaphragmatic fatigue in highly trained athletes. J Physiol; 581(1) 299–308.
  10. I. Vogiatzis I., O. Georgiadou, I. Giannopoulou, M. Koskolou, S. Zakynthinos, K. Kostikas, E. Kosmas, H. Wagner, E. Peraki, A. Koutsoukou, N. Koulouris, P. D. Wagner, C. Roussos (2006).Effects of exercise-induced arterial hypoxaemia and work rate on diaphragmatic fatigue in highly trained endurance athletes. J Physiol; 572: 539-549