Dr. Jennifer Reed

Dr. Jennifer Reed
Dr. Jennifer Reed
Associate Professor
Scientist and Director, Exercise Physiology and Cardiovascular Health Lab, University of Ottawa Heart Institute

RKin, PhD

H-2238, 40 Ruskin Street


Selected publications:

  1. Way K, Tasuku T, O’Neill C, Vidal-Almela S, Keech A, Reed JL. Practical Recommendations for High-Intensity Interval Training for Adults with Cardiovascular Disease. ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal. 2021: 25(5): 35-43.
  2. O’Neill CD, Vidal-Almela S, Terada T, Way KL, Kamiya K, Sperlich B, Duking P, Chaput JP, Prince SA, Pipe AL, Reed JL. Practical Recommendations for 24-Hour Movement Behaviours at Home for those at Risk of or Living with Heart Disease During COVID-19: A Narrative Review on Moving Together while Staying Apart. Canadian Journal of Cardiology Open. 2021. Epub ahead of print.
  3. Vidal-Almela S, Way KL, Terada T, Tulloch HE, Pipe AL, Keast ML, Chirico E, Reed JL. Sex-Differences in Physical and Mental Health Following Aerobic Interval Training in Adults Participating in Cardiac Rehabilitation. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism. 2021. Epub ahead of print.
  4. O’Neill C, Vidal-Almela S, Terada T, Kamiya K, Tulloch HE, Pipe AL, Reed JL. Sex and Age Differences in Anxiety and Depression Levels Before and After Aerobic Interval Training in Cardiac Rehabilitation. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention. 2021. Epub ahead of print.
  5. Reed JL, Terada T, Way KL, Vidal-Almela S, Pipe AL, Stelling Risom S. Exercise Targets in the 2020 CCS Guidelines for the Management of Patients with Atrial Fibrillation. Canadian Journal of Cardiology. 2021. Epub ahead of print.
  6. Reed JL, Terada T, Cotie LM, Tulloch TE, Leenen FH, Mistrual M, Hans H, Wang H-W, Vidal-Almela S, Reid RD, Pipe AL. The Effects of High-Intensity Interval Training, Nordic Walking and Moderate-To-Vigorous Intensity Continuous Training on Functional Capacity, Depression and Quality of Life In Patients With Coronary Artery Disease Enrolled in Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Randomized Controlled Trial (CRX Study). Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases. 2021. Epub ahead of print.
  7. Terada T, Vidal-Almela S, Tulloch H, Pipe A, Reed JL. Cardiac Rehabilitation Following Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Is Associated with Superior Psychological Health and Quality of Life in Males but Not in Females. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention. 2021: 41(5): 345-350

Research interests

  • Cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation
  • Exercise physiology
  • Women's Health
  • Atrial Fibrillation
  • Workplace interventions