NAME: Kathe G. Henke
PRESENT POSITION AND ADDRESS:
Sleep Disorders Center of VA
1800 Glenside Drive, Suite 103
Richmond VA 23226
Date of Birth: December 29, 1952
Place of Birth: Mineola, N.Y.
Home Address: 2810 Murano Way
Glen Allen VA 23059
1974 BS, Physical Education, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
1981 MS, Exercise Physiology, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
1988 PhD, Respiratory Physiology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
1988-89 Postdoctoral Fellowship- Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney University
1978-1981 Research Assistant, Pediatric Pulmonary Department, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.
1981-1982 Coordinator, Pulmonary Department and Clinical Research, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami, Florida.
1983-1988 Research Fellow, Department of Preventive Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
1989-1990 Post-Doctoral Fellow, Sleep Unit and Department of Respiratory Medicine, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown, NSW, Australia
1990-1996 Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Med.
University of Texas Medical Branch
A. Areas of Research
1) Respiratory muscle recruitment in wakefulness and sleep.
2) Upper airway muscle function and load compensation in sleep
3) Sleep and sleep-related respiratory breathing disorders in the aged
B. Previous Grant Support
1) Collaborator- "Sleep Disorders in the Elderly." The Moody Foundation Grant, 3/1/91-12/31/96.
2) The Moody Foundation Grant for a Sleep Scientist for Harbourview Sleep Laboratory, 12/1/90-12/1/96.
3) Collaborator- NIH Grant "Motor Control of the Upper Airway in Respiration", 7/1/92-6/30/94.
4) Collaborator- Grant from the National Health and Medical Research Foundation of Australia 1989-90
5)Principal Investigator-American Heart Association of Wisconsin Grants 1986-88.
BOARD CERTIFICATION: Sleep Medicine, American Academy of Sleep Medicine
MEMBERSHIP IN SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES:
American Academy of Sleep Medicine
Positions: Member of Accreditation Committee
Site Visitor for accreditation
Representative to CoA PSG- 2008-2011 (President 2011)
Virginia Academy of Sleep Medicine – 2010- present. President 2013-2015
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: -American Sleep Apnea Association 1995-current
-Virginia Academy of Sleep Medicine- President 2012-2014
-CoA PSG - President 2011
-J Sargent Reynolds Community College Polysomnography Program- Advisory Board
-Magna Cum Laude - University of Massachusetts
-Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society - University of
-University Fellow - University of Wisconsin
-Blanche Trilling Fellow - University of Wisconsin
-Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Sleep Medicine Presented by the Chesapeake Bay Sleep Society 2006
TEACHING: -Associate Clinic Professor at Medical College of Virginia
-School of Sleep Medicine, Palo Alto, CA. 1992-2006
-J. Sargent Reynolds Community College 1998-present
A. ARTICLES IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS:
Orenstein D, Boat T, Owens R, Horowitz J. Primiano F, Germann K*, and Doershuk C. The obesity hypoventilation syndrome in children with the Prader-Willi syndrome. J Ped 97:765-8, 1980.
Orenstein DM, Franklin B, Doershuk C, Hellerstein H, Germann K*, Stern R. Exercise conditioning and cardiopulmonary fitness in cystic fibrosis: The effects of a 3 month supervised running program. Chest 80:392-7, 1981.
Orenstein DM, Henke KG, Costill DL, Doershuk CF, Lemon PW and Stern RC. Exercise and heat stress in cystic fibrosis patients. Pediatr Res 17:267-9, 1983.
Orenstein DM, Henke KG, and Green CG. Heat acclimation in cystic fibrosis. J Appl Physiol 57:408-412, 1984.
Henke KG and Orenstein DM. Oxygen saturation during exercise in cystic fibrosis. Am Rev Respir Dis 129:708-711, 1984.
Lemon PWR, Orenstein DM and Henke KG. Protein metabolism during moderate exercise in cystic fibrosis patients. J Sports Sci 2:47-55, 1984.
Wanner A, Brodnan JM, Perez J, Henke KG, and Kim CS. Variability of airway responsiveness to histamine aerosol in normal subjects. Role of deposition. Am Rev Respir Dis 131:3-7, 1985.
Sharratt MT, Henke KG , Aaron EA, Pegelow DF and Dempsey JA. Exercise-induced changes in functional residual capacity. Respir Physiol 70:313-326, 1987.
Henke KG, Arias A, Skatrud J and Dempsey J. Inhibition of inspiratory muscle activity during sleep: Chemical and non-chemical influences. Am Rev Resp Dis 138:8-15, 1988.
Henke KG, Sharratt M, Pegelow D and Dempsey J. Regulation of end-expiratory lung volume during exercise. J Appl Physiol 64:135-146, 1988.
Henke KG, Dempsey JA, Kowitz JM and Skatrud JB. Effect of sleep-induced increases in upper airway resistance on ventilation. J Appl Physiol 69:617-624, 1990.
Henke KG, Dempsey JA, Badr MS and Skatrud JB. Effect of sleep-induced increases in upper airway resistance on respiratory muscle activity. J Appl Physiol 70:158-168, 1991.
Regnis JA, Allison JA, Henke KG, Donnelly PM, and Bye PTP. Changes in End-expiratory lung volume during exercise in cystic fibrosis relate to severity of lung disease. Am Rev Respir Dis 144:507-512, 1991.
Henke KG, Badr S, Skatrud J, and Dempsey J. Load compensation and respiratory muscle function during sleep. J Appl Physiol 72:1221-1234, 1992.
Henke KG and Sullivan CE. Effects of high frequency pressure waves applied to the upper airway on respiration in central apnea. J Appl Physiol. 73:1141-1145,1992.
Henke KG and Sullivan CE. Effects of high-frequency oscillating pressures on upper airway muscles in humans. J Appl Physiol.75:856-862, 1993.
Henke KG, Regnis JA, and Bye PTP. Benefits of continuous positive airway pressure during exercise relate to disease severity Am Rev Respir Dis. 148:1272-1276, 1993.
Ingram F, Henke KG, Levin HS, Ingram PTF, and Kuna ST. Sleep apnea and vigilance performance in a community dwelling older sample. Sleep 17:248-252, 1994.
Regnis JA, Piper AJ, Henke KG, Parker S, Bye PTP, and Sullivan CE.Benefits of nocturnal nasal CPAP in patients with cystic fibrosis. Chest 106:1717-1724, 1994.
Henke, KG, Frantz, DE and Kuna, ST. An Oral Elastic Mandibular Advancement Device for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med. 161: 420-425.
HENKE KG, GRADY,JJ, and KUNA. ST. Effect of Nasal Continuous Positive Airway Pressure on Neuropsychological Function in Sleep Apnea-Hypopnea Syndrome . A Randomized, Placebo-controlled Trial Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med. 163: 911-917.
BOOK CHAPTERS AND OTHER ARTICLES
Orenstein DM, Henke KG and Cerny FJ. 1983. Exercise and cystic fibrosis. The Phys and Spt Med 11:57-62.
Skatrud JB, Henke KG and Dempsey JA. 1989. A sleep-induced apneic threshold. In: Sleep and Respiration. Eds. FG Issa, PM Suratt, and JE Remmers. Wiley-Liss Publishing.
Dempsey JA and Henke KG. 1989. Feedback and feedforword mechanisms. Ed. JS Skinner. Human Kinetics Books. Champaign, Ill.
Dempsey JA, Henke KG and Skatrud JB. 1989. Regulation of ventilation and respiratory muscle function in NREM sleep. In: Sleep and Respiration. Eds. FG Issa, PM Suratt, JE Remmers. Wiley-Liss Publishing.
Dempsey JA, Skatrud J and Henke KG. 1990. Chemoreception in sleep. In: Modeling and Parameter Estimation in Respiratory Control. Plenum Press. Ed. M Khoo.
Dempsey JA, Henke KG, Aaron EA. 1985. Pulmonary physiology applied to exercise: some current problems and future trends. In: Future Directions in Exercise and Sport Science Research. Eds. Skinner, Corbin, Landers, Martin and Wells. Champaign, IL.
Dempsey JA and Henke KG. 1988. Some rules and exceptions in the response of the pulmonary system to muscular exercise. In: Epidemiology, Behavior Changes and Intervention in Chronic Lung Disease. Eds. L Hall and G Meyer. Human Kinetics Publishing. Champaign, Ill.
Lemanske, RF and Henke, KG. Exercise-induced asthma. In: Perspectives in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine. Vol. 2, Youth, Exercise, and Sport. Eds. CV Gisolfi and DR Lamb. Benchmark Press, Inc. Indianapolis, IN.
Dempsey JA, Skatrud JB, Badr MS and Henke KG. Sleep effects on the regulation of breathing and respiratory muscle function. In: The Lung: Scientific Foundations. Eds. RG Crystal and JB West. Raven Press.
Jordan C, Henke KG, Stone A, Brandwayn L, Belsito A and Sackner MA. Measurment of Systolic time intervals during exercise using inductive plethysmography. Am Rev Respir Dis 129:A38, 1984.
Regnis JA, Henke KG, Fulton R, Bailey D, Borham P, Allman K, Gonda I, and Bye PTP. Regional and net mucociliary clearance (MOC) in cystic fibrosis (CF). Am Rev Respir Dis 141:A85, 1991.
Henke KG, Smickley JS and Kuna ST. Effects of alcohol and flurazapam on respiratory pump muscle response to CO2 in sleep. Am Rev Respir Dis 1993.
Kuna ST, Henke KG, Smickley JS, Vanoye CR. Response to induced upper airway occlusions during sleep before and following treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. Resp. Crit. Care Med. 149:A925, 1994.
Henke, K.G. Upper airway muscle activity and airway patency in normal sleeping humans. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 151:A667, 1995.
Vanoye CR, Kuna,ST and Henke KG. Can genioglossus EMG be normalized? Am J Respir Crit Care Med 151:A558, 1995.
Cantu N and Henke KG. Changing CPAP requirements throughout the night. APSS National Meeting. Nashville 1995.
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