UW-Madison Department of Kinesiology - Aaron Stegner

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Main Office

Kinesiology
School of Education
UW-Madison
Unit II Gym
2000 Observatory Dr.
MadisonWI  53706-1121

Tel: 608/262-0259
Fax: 608/262-1656

Email: kines@education.wisc.edu
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Aaron Stegner

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Aaron Stegner

Assistant Scientist
Kinesiology

1160 Gymnasium-Natatorium  binoculars icon
2000 OBSERVATORY DR
MADISON, WI 53706-1121
Office: 608/262-2457

astegner@wisc.edu


 

 

Publications

  • Ellingson, L.D., Shields, M.R., Stegner, A.J., & Cook, D.B. (in press). Physical activity, sustained sedentary behavior and pain modulation in women with fibromyalgia. Journal of Pain.
  • Cook, D.B., Stegner, A.J., Nagelkirk, P.R., Meyer, J.D., Togo, F., & Natelson, B.H. (in press). Responses to Exercise Differ for chronic fatigue syndrome patients with fibromyalgia. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.
  • McLoughlin, M.J., Stegner, A.J., & Cook, D.B. (in press). The relationship between physical activity and brain responses to pain in women with fibromyalgia. Journal of Pain. 12(6), 640-651.
  • Cook, D.B., Stegner, A.J., & Ellingson, L.D. (2010). Exercise alters pain sensitivity in Gulf War Veterans with chronic musculoskeletal pain. Journal of Pain. 11(8), 764-772.

Presentations

  • Meyer, J.D., Presenter & Author, Light, A.R., Author Only, Stegner, A.J., Shukla, S., Author Only, & Cook, D.B., Author Only (2012). Gene Expression and Symptom Changes Following a Maximal Exercise Test in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Annual Meeting of the American Pain Society, APS, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Meyer, J.D., Presenter & Author, Stegner, A.J., Author Only, & Cook, D.B., Author Only (2011). Psychobiological Response To Exercise Differs Between Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) And CFS With Comorbid Fibromyalgia, Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, ACSM, Denver.
  • Shields, M., Presenter & Author, Ellingson, L.D., Author Only, Stegner, A.J., & Cook, D.B., Author Only (2011). How does physical activity relate to cognitive pain modulation in women?, Amreican Pain Society annual meeting, APS, San Antonio.
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