Dr. Janet Steele

Professor

Office: BHS 316   |    Phone: (308) 865-8325   |    Email: steelej@unk.edu

Dr. Janet Steele

Biography

Advisor to Biology Majors, Comprehensive Biology Majors, and Pre-Health Professions

Areas of Interest:

  • Cardiovascular/Renal Physiology
  • Oxidative Stress

Degrees:

Professional Affiliations:

Dissertation:

  • Steele J. E.  1993.  Effects of swim-training and footshock stress on autonomic nervous system activity in female borderline hypertensive rats.  Ph. D. Dissertation, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. 185 pp.

Publications:

  • Carlson, D., Chandra, S., Hobbs, N., and Steele, J.  2019.  Clay modeling in a sophomore-level anatomy laboratory:  Will active learning improve student performance?  Human Anatomy & Physiology Society (HAPS) Educator, 23:5-11. 
  • East, D and Steele, J.  2018.  The occurrence of acute mountain sickness (AMS) in non-climbing tourists at Mount Mitchell, NC (2,037 m).  High Altitude Medicine & Biology.  https://doi.org/10.1089/ham.2018.0088
  • Steele, J. E.  2018.  Regional approach to musculoskeletal system may enhance student performance.  Human Anatomy & Physiology Society Educator
  • Jellish, W. S., Sherazee, G., Patel, J., Cunanan, R., Steele, J., Garibashvilli, K., Baldwin, M., Anderson, D., and Leonetti, J. P.  2013.  Somatosensory evoked potentials help prevent positioning-related brachial plexus injury during skull base surgery.  Otolaryngology 149: 168-173.
  • Massey, A. R. and Steele, J. E.  2012.  Lead in drinking water: sampling in primary schools and preschools in south central Kansas.  Journal of Environmental Health 74(7):16-20.
  • Steele, J. E., Kucera, K. E., Ciccone, C. A., and Connealy, M. E.  2008.  Exercise and diabetes influence antioxidant activity and gene expression in female rats. Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Science 31:51-60.
  • Steele, J. E.  2003.  Effect of essay-style lecture quizzes on student performance on anatomy and physiology exams.  Bioscene 24:15-20.
  • Steele, J. E.  2001.  Influence of androstenedione on sedentaray female rats.  Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Science 27:17-24.
  • Steele J. E., Koch, L. G., & Brand, P. H.  2000.  State-dependent expression of pressure diuresis in conscious rats.  Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 224(2):109-115.
  • Steele, J. E. 1997.  Retention of relative grip effort for at-home isometric exercise. Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Science24:81-88.
  • Steele, J. E., Brand, P. H., Metting, P. J., & Britton, S. L.  1997.  Spontaneous pressure diuresis in conscious rats.  Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Science 24:71-80
  • McCoy, D. E, Steele, J. E., Cox, R. H., & Wiley, R. L.  1995.  Swim training alters sympathoadrenal and endocrine responses to hemorrhage in borderline hypertensive rats.  American Journal of Physiology 269:R124-R130.
  • McCoy, D. E, Steele, J. E., Cox, R. H., Wiley, R. L., & McGuire, G. J.  1993.  Swim training alters renal and cardiovascular responses to stress in borderline hypertensive rats.  Journal of Applied Physiology 75:1946-1954.
  • Steele, J. E., Brand, P. H., Metting, P. J., & Britton, S. L.  1993.  Dynamic, short-term coupling between arterial pressure and urine flow.  American Journal of Physiology 265:F717-F722.
  • Steele, J. E., Skarlatos, S., Brand, P. H., Metting, P. J., & Britton, S. L.  1993.  Gravimetric method for the dynamic measurement of urine flow.  Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology & Medicine 204:70-74.