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Centre for Sport and Exercise Education

Athletic & Exercise Therapy

Kirstin Lane Instructor, Athletic & Exercise Therapy

Office: PISE 306H • Email: lanek@camosun.ca • Phone: 250-370-4718

Kirstin Lane

Areas of Expertise

Exercise physiology 

Education

School of Human Kinetics, University of British Columbia, 2001-2006
PhD, Clinical Exercise Physiology

Awards

  • Postdoctoral Fellowship, Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (MSFHR)  - $35,000/year, 2006-2007
  • American College of Sports Medicine - Cancer Interest Group Student Award - $250, 2007
  • Research Trainee Award, MSFHR - $20,000 / year, 2003-2006

Affiliations

Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology

Grants and Contracts Awarded

Granting Agency Title Date Principal Investigator Co-Investigators
Colon Cancer Canada (competitive) A new model to support the adoption of physical activity in colorectal cancer survivors.  2013-2014 Lane K Daudt H, Lorhan S, Campbell K. 
BC Cancer Foundation/ Vancouver Island Research and Development – Catalyst Grant Program (competitive) Feasibility of a post-treatment physical activity and educational program for people who have had colorectal cancers (CRC). 2011-2012 Daudt H &
Lane K. 
 
CSEP©-BC and the BC Ministry of Health (Non-competitive) Research and development of the Physical Activity Line for CSEP-BC.  2008-2010 Zehr L &
Lane K. 
 

Publications & Presentations 2010-present

Book Chapters

Lane K, & McKenzie D.  (2005). Ch. 24 - Exercise testing and prescription for cancer patients and survivors.  In J. Skinner (Ed), Exercise Testing and Prescription for Special Populations (3rd ed.).  Baltimore:  Lippincott Williams & Williams.

Refereed Publications - Journals

Dolan, LB, Lane K, McKenzie, DC.  Optimal mode for maximal aerobic exercise testing in breast cancer survivors.  Integ Cancer Ther. 2012; 11(4): 321-6.  DOI: 10.1177/1534735411433202

Dolan LB, Gelmon K, Courneya KS, Mackey JR, Segal RJ, Lane K, Reid RD, McKenzie DC.  Hemoglobin and aerobic fitness changes with supervised exercise training in breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev.  2010; 19(11):2826-32. Epub 2010 Sep 22.  PMID: 20861399.

Hodges A, Sporer B, Lane K, McKenzie, DC.  One session of interval work does not alter VO2max, peak power, or plasma volume.  European Journal of Sport Science.  2010; 10(4): 285-290.

Kilbreath SL, Ward LC, Lane K, McNeely M, Dylke ES, Refshauge KM, McKenzie D, Lee MJ, Peddle C, Battersby KJ.   Effect of air travel on lymphedema risk in women with history of breast cancer.  Breast Cancer Research and Treatment. 2010; 120(3): 649-54.

Conference Proceedings (Oral and Poster)

Lane K, Daudt H, Watson H, Currer L, Brierley P, & Waring J.  Feasibility of a post-treatment physical activity and educational program for people who have had colorectal cancers (CRC).  Poster presented at BC Cancer Agency Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC.  2012. 

Lane K, Zehr L, Warburton D, & Bredin S.  Utilization of the Physical Activity Support Line by the general public. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism.  2010.

Zehr L, Lane K, Warburton D, & Bredin S.  Utilization of the Physical Activity Support Line by health professionals. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism.  2010.

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