Ryan Maresh

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biomedical Sciences, Director, Hypo-Hyperbaric Chamber Facility Biomedical Sciences

Physiology

970-491-3186

About Ryan

My teaching responsibilities currently include BMS 302 Laboratory in Principles of Physiology (Fall & Spring), BMS 360 Fundamentals of Physiology (Spring), BMS 384/684/784 Supervised College Teaching (Fall & Spring), BMS 420 Cardiopulmonary Physiology (Fall), and BMS 496B Honors—Physiology Lab (Spring). The Colorado State University Hypo-Hyperbaric Chamber Facility (HHCF) provides Colorado State University faculty and students, as well as external research entities, the resources and facilities necessary to study the effects of high altitude and hypoxia on the cardiovascular, pulmonary, and metabolic systems. The HHCF supports the Department and University research missions by providing an on-campus facility for undergraduate and graduate students to design and conduct research focused on the impact of altitude and hypoxia on a variety of physiological systems. It is also capable of testing and evaluation of equipment.

Certifications

Board Certified in Aerospace Physiology

                

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