E. Todd Schroeder
Dr. E. Todd Schroeder, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Research in the Division of Biokinesiology & Physical Therapy at USC. His investigations have focused on anabolic interventions (androgen therapy and resistance training) to increase muscle mass and strength, ultimately improving physical function and quality of life in older adults. His additional research interests include understanding the mechanisms (signals/factors) associated with eccentric resistance exercise that induces hypertrophic adaptations and the implications of such exercise in older individuals to optimize rehabilitation.
Positions & Honors
Selected Honors & Awards
||Assistant Professor of Research, Division of Biokinesiology & Physical Therapy, University of Southern California
||Instructor, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California
||Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biokinesiology, Department of Biokinesiology & Physical Therapy, University of Southern California
||Instructor, Department of Biology and Microbiology, California State University, Los Angeles
||Abstract Recognition Award- top 125 of >2500 submissions, 85th Endocrine Society Meeting
||Abstract Recognition Award- top 125 of >2500 submissions, 84th Endocrine Society Meeting
||Fellow Scholarship Award, Clinical Research Meeting, Baltimore, MD
||Outstanding Teacher Award
|University of Southern California
|University of Southern California
|University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA
|University of California at Davis
- Dieli-Conwright CM, Spektor TM, Rice JR, Schroeder ET. Hormone Replacement Therapy Attenuates Exercise-induced Skeletal Muscle Damage in Postmenopausal Women. J Appl Physiol. (in press/online). 2009.
- Sattler FR, Castaneda-Sceppa C, Binder EF, Schroeder ET, Wang Y, Bhasin S, Kawakubo M, Stewart Y, Yarasheski KE, Ulloor J, Colletti P, Roubenoff R, Azen SP. Testosterone and growth hormone improve body composition and muscle performance in older men: The HORMA Study. J Clin Endo Metab. 94(6): 1991-2001, 2009.
- Dieli-Conwright CM, Spektor TM, Rice JR, Schroeder ET. Estradiol and SERM Treatments Influence Estrogen Receptor Coregulator Gene Expression in Human Skeletal Muscle Cells. Acta Physiol (in press/online). 2009. DOI:10.1111/j.1748-1716.2009.01997.x
- Dieli-Conwright CM, Jensky-Squires NE, Battaglia G, McCauley S, Schroeder ET. Validation of the CardioCoachCO2 for Submaximal and Maximal Metabolic Exercise Testing. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (in press). 2009.
- Jensky-Squires NE, Dieli-Conwright CM, Rossuello A, Erceg DN, McCauley S, Schroeder ET. Validity and Reliability of Body Composition Analyzers in Children and Adults. British Journal of Nutrition Oct. 100(4): 859-865, 2008.
- Schroeder ET, Castaneda-Sceppa C, Wang Y, Binder EF, Kawakubo M, Sterwart Y, Storer T, Roubenoff R, Bhasin S, Yarasheski KE, Sattler FR, Azen SP. Hormonal Regulators of Muscle and Metabolism in Aging (HORMA): Design and Conduct of a Complex, Double Masked Multicenter Trial. Clinical Trials 4: 560-571, 2007.
- Jensky NE, Sims JK, Rice JC, Dreyer HC, Schroeder ET. The Influence of Eccentric Exercise on mRNA Expression of Skeletal Muscle Regulators. Eur J Appl Phys 101: 473-480, 2007.
- Schroeder ET, Hawkins SA, Jaque SV, Vallejo AF, Dreyer HC, Shaibi G, Wiswell RA. Longitudinal Change in Coronary Heart Disease Risk Factors in Older Runners. Age and Ageing 36: 57-62, 2007.
- Schroeder ET, Wang Y, Castaneda-Sceppa C, Cloutier G, Vallejo AF, Kawakubo M. Jensky NE, Coomber S, Azen SP, Sattler FR. (2007). Reliability of Maximal Voluntary Muscle Strength and Power Testing in Older Men. J Gerontology Med Sci 62A: 543-549.
- Vallejo AF, Schroeder ET, Zheng L, Jensky NE, Sattler FR. (2006). Cardiopulmonary Responses to Eccentric and Concentric Resistance Exercise in Older Adults. Age and Aging 35: 291-297.
- Dreyer HC, Schroeder ET, Hawkins SA, Marcell TH, Tarpenning KM, Vallejo AF, Jensky NE, Shaibi GQ, Spears S, Yamada R, Wiswell RA. (2006). Chronic Exercise and Skeletal Muscle Power in Older Men. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 31(3): 190-195.
- Dreyer HC, Blanco CE, Sattler FR, Schroeder ET, Wiswell RA. (2006). Satellite Cell Numbers in Young and Older Men 24 Hours After Eccentric Exercise. Muscle and Nerve 33: 242-253.