Andrew Lovering, Department of Human Physiology

Andrew Lovering, Human Physiology

Andrew Lovering

Practice Areas: Cardiopulmonary, Respiratory and Environmental Physiology

Andrew Lovering is an academic expert in cardiopulmonary and respiratory physiology. At the University of Oregon, he is a professor of human physiology. Andrew studies the heart, lungs and breathing and the impact of environmental conditions such as high-altitude and heat/cold on the human body. His lab, the Cardiopulmonary & Respiratory Physiology Laboratory, has been funded by the Department of Defense, NASA, the American Heart Association and the American Lung Association in Oregon.

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Recent Media: 
Studying elite divers could give insights into lung disease (Around the O, Jan. 9, 2023)
Learn about the heart condition affecting a third of the population (Around the O, Dec. 6, 2018)
Clues to breathing disorders may lie just under the ocean surface (Around the O, Oct. 1, 2018)
Pyeongchang claims its "happy" 700-meter altitude optimizes human health (Inverse, Feb. 15, 2018)
How our lungs work (Jefferson Public Radio, Dec. 8, 2017)
Minor heart condition may come into play at high altitude, says UO team (Around the O, June, 30, 2015)
Study finds young adults born preterm live with elderly lungs (Around the O, April 29, 2015) 
The Work of Breathing (Cascade Magazine, Fall 2014)