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Abstract

The papers of John T. Reeves, M.D., professor emeritus of medicine, pediatrics and surgery in the School of Medicine at Colorado University. The papers document his medical and scientific contribution to high altitude, neonatal, and molecular and cellular pulmonary circulation research from 1969-2004. The collection includes published articles and book chapter typescripts; correspondence; research project studies and data; and biographical materials. The files also contain a portion of administrative files from the Colorado Altitude Research Institute (CARI) in 1992.

Biographical/Historical note

John "Jack" T. Reeves was born on November 17, 1928 in Hazard, Kentucky. Reeves attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, graduating with a B.S. in biology in 1950. He continued with his education at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, receiving his M.D. in 1954. He spent some time as a resident at Cincinnati General Hospital before relocating to the University of Colorado Medical Center from 1957-1961. During his residency at the Center, he developed a working relationship with Robert Grover, a physician and high altitude physiologist at the cardiac catheterization laboratory. He spent eleven years at the University of Kentucky (1961-1972), including one year with Geoffrey Dawes, prominent respiratory physiologist at Oxford's Nuffield Institute for Medical Research. By 1970, he was named professor of medicine. During his years at Kentucky, he studied fetal lung circulation in animals, specifically newborn cattle. In 1972, Reeves moved to Denver at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center where he remained for almost thirty-two years as professor of medicine, pediatrics, and family medicine with involvements in surgery/emergency medicine. He was granted emeritus status in 1994, upon retirement from both the pediatrics and medicine departments and received teaching awards for his second year medical school pathophysiology courses, 1982-1994.

Considered by many of his colleagues to be an interdisciplinary scientist, Reeves' research not only involved high altitude studies, but neonatal medicine, anesthesiology, and biology. Some of his first high altitude studies, he conducted with Peter Hackett, answered questions about ventilatory acclimatization using mountaineers in Nepal. He later continued ventilation testing in Pike's Peak, Colorado, in a series of high altitude tests from 1982-1985. From 1999-2001, he was also involved in a study about altitude acclimatization in women, a subject that had not been explored fully in scientific analysis.

From 1985-1987, Reeves participated in the Operation Everest II research project in a simulated altitude chamber in Natick, Massachusetts. He was responsible for performing cardiac catheterizations to better understand circulatory function at high altitude. The accumulated data would result in numerous published articles and awards including the American Thoracic Society Research Achievement Award in 1996.

His research from over thirty-five years resulted in approximately 400 peer reviewed journal articles and several chapters in eleven published books. The topical distribution of his articles covers over fourteen disclipines, including pulmonary hypertension, altitude illness, cardiac output, metabolism, and circulatory control. One of his notable efforts is the history book Attitudes on Altitude: Pioneers of Medical Research in Colorado's High Mountains (2001), a narrative compilation of pioneers of high altitude medicine, edited with Robert Grover. He also wrote a non-scientific book titled Literary Gems: A Reading List of Great Short Books (1998).

Reeves was a member of the Cardiovascular Pulmonary Laboratory at the Colorado University School of Medicine, where he played a signficant role in the establishment of the Colorado Center for Altitude Medicine and Physiology. He also served as the research director of the former Colorado Altitude Research Institute in 1992, an association developed for public awareness education of high altitude safety.

John Reeves died on September 15, 2004, in Denver, Colorado.

References:

Hopkins, Susan and Peter D. Wagner. "New Directions in Exercise Physiology: John T. Reeves", Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology, Volume 151, Issues 2-3, April 28, 2006.

Scope and Contents note

The papers of John T. Reeves, professor emeritus of pediatrics and surgery and high altitude physiologist, document his scientific and exploratory research in the areas of high-altitude adaptation and pulmonary circulation. The materials include correspondence, high altitude medicine research and studies, professional associations, conferences, and biographical materials. The bulk of the collection consists of published and unpublished writings including drafts, correspondence, and research information. The papers are arranged in seven series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) WRITINGS BY JOHN REEVES, 3) RESEARCH PROJECTS AND GRANTS, 4) COLORADO ALTITUDE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (CARI), 5) CONFERENCES, 6) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS, and 7) AUDIORECORDINGS.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series, arranged chronologically, contains letters written to and from John Reeves to colleagues and friends. Correspondents include Thomas Hornbein, Robert Grover, and Robert Schoene. The dates range from 1949-2004.

SERIES 2: WRITINGS BY JOHN REEVES

The WRITINGS BY JOHN REEVES series contains both published articles and book chapters written individually by Reeves and with collaborators. The series is arranged in two subseries: A) Books and B) Articles.

A) The Books subseries consists of correspondence between author and publisher and between collaborators; typescript drafts; and research materials. The files include the publication materials for the history of altitude research book, Attitudes on Altitude: Pioneers of Medical Research in Colorado's High Mountains (2001) - edited by John Reeves and Robert Grover. The folders are arranged chronologically by publication date.

B) The Articles, organized chronologically, represent published and unpublished reprints and articles authored by Reeves and others between 1967-2005. The files contain correspondence related to publication, typescripts, and copies of original articles.

SERIES 3: RESEARCH PROJECTS AND GRANTS

The materials in the RESEARCH PROJECTS AND GRANTS are multi-participants studies to individual scientific subject based analysis. The files document Reeves' involvement with medical expeditions to Pike's Peak, Operation Everest II, and Nepal. The series is arranged in three subseries: A) Pike's Peak Expedition, B)Operation Everest II, and C) Other Research.

A) The research conducted for a Pike's Peak (Colorado) expedition in 1982 tested high altitude factors affecting ventilation and acclimatization. The materials include drafts of scientific papers composed from the results of the testing, grant proposals, and miscellaneous recorded data. The subseries is arranged chronologically.

B) John Reeves participated as a principal investigator in Operation Everest II, a second study simulation of high altitude ascension involving test subjects in a controlled decompression environment from 1985-1986 at the United States Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine in Natick, Massachusetts. The materials include heart rate, hemodynamics, and oxygen uptake data; slides; and miscellaneous data charts. The subseries is arranged chronologically.

C) The Other Miscellaneous Research subseries includes data collected from altitude sickness research in Nepal, exercise tests on horses and cattle, and pulmonary hypertension. The material is arranged alphabetically.

SERIES 4: COLORADO ALTITUDE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (CARI)

The Colorado Altitude Research Institute (CARI), founded 1988, was established to educate the public and state health, tourism, and ski officials on high altitude awareness and safety. Reeves succeeded Robert Schoene as director in 1992. The materials include administrative files during the tenure of Reeves, comprising correspondence, committee meeting minutes, newsletters, and organizational reports. The collection also includes surveys and studies observed by committee members with subsequent published material.

SERIES 5: CONFERENCES

The CONFERENCES series, arranged alphabetically by title of conference, documents Reeves' travel to conferences and seminars. The series contains correspondence, brochures, and notes.

SERIES 6: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

The MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS represent two subseries of biographical materials and subject files. The materials include photographs, articles about Reeves, newsletters for NADIYA, and a program plan for the Colorado Center for Altitude Medicine and Physiology.

SERIES 7: AUDIORECORDINGS

The Audiorecordings includes audiocassette tapes with recorded interviews by John Reeves of high altitude medicine colleague Huang Shao-Yung.

CORRESPONDENCE

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1 1 1949 - 1991.
1 2 January, 1992 - July, 1992.
1 3 August, 1992 - November, 1992.
1 4 December, 1992.
1 5 January, 1993 - February, 1993.
1 6 March, 1993 - April, 1993.
1 7 May, 1993 - July, 1993.
2 1 August, 1993 - September, 1993.
2 2 October, 1993 - December, 1993.
2 3 January, 1994 - March, 1994.
2 4 April, 1994 - December, 1994.
2 5 January, 1995 - July, 1995.
2 6 August, 1995 - December, 1995.
3 1 January, 1996 - April, 1996.
3 2 May, 1996 - September, 1996.
3 3 October, 1996 - December, 1996.
3 4 1997 - 1998.
3 5 January, 1999 - July, 1999.
3 6 August, 1999 - December, 1999.
3 7 2000 - 2001.
3 8 2002.
4 1 2003 - 2004.
4 2 Undated.

WRITINGS BY JOHN REEVES

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4 3 Handbook of Physiology - The Cardiovascular System III (1982) - Chapter 4 - "Pulmonary Circulation", Robert Grover, et al.
4 4 Pulmonary Hypertension (1984) - "Experimental Models of Pulmonary Hypertension" - Chapter 10 - Jan Herget and John Reeves, 1984.
4 5 Pulmonary Circulation and Gas Exchange (1994) - "A Personal View of Neonatal Pulmonary Hypertension", 1994.
4 6 Pathology of Environmental and Occupational Disease (1995) - "High Altitude and Human Disease" - Correspondence and typescript draft, 1992-1995.
4 7 Integration of Motor, Circulatory, Respiratory, and Metabolic Control During Exercise (1996) - "Pulmonary Hemodynamics and Fluid Exercise" - Correspondence and typescript draft, 1993-1994.
4 8 Pulmonary Circulation: A Handbook for Clinicians (1996) - "Pulmonary Hypertension at High Altitude" - Correspondence and typescript draft, 1988-1996.
Attitudes on Altitude: Pioneers of Medical Research in Colorado's High Mountains (2001) - Edited by John Reeves and Robert Grover.
Correspondence.
4 9 1973-1991.
4 10 1992-1994.
5 1 1995-1997.
5 2 1998-1999.
5 3 2000-2003.
Research materials.
5 4 David Bruce Dill.
5 5 John Scott Haldane.
5 6 Mabel Purefoy Fitzgerald.
Photographs.
6 1 Part 1.
6 2 Part 2.
6 3 Grover, Robert. "Glover and Newsom: The Story of Bricket Disease" - Second drafts, 1995.
6 4 Torrance, Robert. "Mabel's Normalcy: Mabel Purefoy Fitzgerald and the Story of Man at Altitude" - Drafts, 1997.
6 5 Index - Draft.
6 6 Promotional materials and book reviews, 2002.
High Altitude: An Exploration of Human Adaption (2001).
"Pulmonary Circulation at High Altitude" - Correspondence and typescript drafts, 1995-2001.
6 7 Part 1.
6 8 Part 2.
Textbook of Military Medicine: Medical Aspects of Deployment to Harsh Environments (2002) - "Human Adaption to High Terrestial Altitude" - Correspondence and typescript draft.
6 9 1986-1990.
6 10 1995-1997.
Pulmonary Circulation: Diseases and Their Treatment (2004) - "Fetal Pulmonary Circulation".
7 1 Correspondence, 2001-2004.
7 2 Typescript draft and outline, 2001.
7 3 Pulmonary Biology in Health and Disease (2007) - "High Altitude Physiology and Pathophysiology" - Correspondence and typescript draft, 1993-1994.
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7 4 Grover, Robert F. and John T. Reeves, "Experimental Induction of Pulmonary Hypertension in Normal Steers at High Altitude," MEDICINE THORACIC, Volume 19, Pages 543-550, 1962.
7 5 Reeves, John T., "Microradiography of Intrapulmonary Bronchial Veins of the Dogs," Anatomical Record, Volume 159, Pages 225-261, 1967.
7 6 Dawes, G.S., et al. "Cyanide Stimulation of the Systemic Arterial Chemoreceptors in Foetal Lambs," Journal of Physiology, Volume 201, Number 1, Pages 117-128, March, 1969.
7 7 Dawes, G.S., et al. "Hypoxaemia and Aortic Chemoreceptor Function in Foetal Lambs," Journal of Physiology, Volume 201, Number 1, Pages 105-116, March, 1969.
7 8 Daoud, Fuheid and John Reeves. "Pulmonary Vascular Response to Acute Hypoxia in Man," 1978.
7 9 Moore, Lorna G., et al. "Effects of Sex Hormones on Cardiovascular and Hematologic Reponses to Chronic Hypoxia in Rats," Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, Volume 158, Pages 658-662, 1978.
7 10 Cruz, J.C., et al. "Embryo Transplanted Calves: The Pulmonary Hypertensive Trait is Genetically Transmitted (40837)," Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, Volume 164, Pages 142-145, 1980.
7 11 Grover, Robert F., et al. "Hypobaria: An Etiologic Factor in Acute Mountain Sickness?" June 25-27, 1981.
7 12 Voelkel, Norbert F., et. al. "Effects of Hypoxia on Density of Beta Adrenergic Receptors," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 50, Issue 2, Pages 363-366, 1981.
7 13 Grover, Robert F., et. al. "Calcium-Channel Blockers in Pulmonary Hypertension," June 7, 1983.
7 14 Hackett, Peter, et al. "Ventilation in Human Populations Native to High Altitude," High Altitude and Man, 1984.
7 15 Huang, S.Y., et al. "Increased Metabolism Contributes to Increased Resting Ventilation at High Altitude," Respiration Physiology, Volume 57, Pages 377-385, 1984.
7 16 Kuriyama, Takayuki, et al. "Role of Collateral Ventilation in Ventilation-Perfusion Balance," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 56, Issue 6, Pages 1500-1506, 1984.
7 17 Lockhart, Alain and John T. Reeves, "Plexogenic Pulmonary Hypertension of Unknown Origin. What's New?" Clinical Science (London, England, 1979), Volume 67, Number 1, Pages 1-5, July, 1984.
7 18 Tucker, Alan, et al. "Cardiovascular Adjustments to Various Degrees of Acute Isocaphic Hypoxia in Dogs," American Journal of Veterinary Research, Volume 45, Number 1, Pages 104-108, 1984.
7 19 Weir, E. Kenneth, et al. "The Pulmonary Circulation Conferences," Chest, Volume 88, Number 4, October, 1985.
7 20 Grover, Robert, et al. "Cardiovascular Adaptation to Exercise at High Altitude," Exercise Sport Science Reviews, 1986.
7 21 Moore, Lorna G., et al. "Propanolol Does Not Impair Exercise Oxygen Uptake in Normal Men at High Altitude," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 61, Issue 5, 1935-1941, 1986.
7 22 Reeves, John, et al. "The Case for Treatment of Selected Patients with Primary Pulmonary Hypertension," American Review of Respiratory Disease, 1986.
7 23 Weir, E. Kenneth, et al. "Conference: Lipid Mediators in the Normal and Abnormal Pulmonary Circulation," American Review of Respiratory Disease, Volume 136, Issue 3, Pages 762-788, September, 1986.
7 24 Fasules, James W., et al. "Neither Anticoagulant Nor Nonanticoagulant Heparin Affects Monocrotaline Lung Injury," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 62, Issue 2, Pages 816-820, 1987.
7 25 Moore, Lorna Grindlay, et al. "Propranolol Blocks Metabolic Rate Increase But Not Ventilatory Acclimatization to 4,300m," Respiratory Physiology, Volume 70, Pages 195-205, 1987.
7 26 Reeves, John, et al. "Operation Everest II: Preservation of Cardiac Function at Extreme Altitude," Journal of Applied Physiology, August, 1987.
7 27 Reeves, John T., et al. "Possible Role for Membrane Lipids in the Function of the Normal and Abnormal Pulmonary Circulation," American Review of Respiratory Disease, Volume 136, Pages 196-199, 1987.
7 28 Worthen, G.S., et al. "Effects of Shear Stress on Adhesive Interaction Between Neutrophils and Cultured Endothelial Cells," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 63, Issue 5, Pages 2031-2041, 1987.
7 29 Bender, Paul R., et al. "Oxygen Transport to Exercising Leg in Chronic Hypoxia," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 65, Issue 6, Pages 2592-2597, 1988.
7 30 Groves, Bertron, et al. "Prostacyclin Response in Unexplained Pulmonary Hypertension Predicts Response to Diltiazem Treatment," 1988.
7 31 Orton, E. Christopher, et al. "Pulmonary Vasodilation with Structurally Altered Pulmonary Vessels and Pulmonary Hypertension," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 65, Issue 6, Pages 2459-2467, 1988.
7 32 Reeves, John T., et al. "Operation Everest II: Maintained Muscle Energy Stores During Exercise at Extreme Altitude," High Altitude Medical Science, Pages 3-12, 1988.
7 33 Triffon, Douglas, et al. "Determinants of the Relation Between Systolic Pressure and Duration of Isovolumic Relaxation in the Right Ventricle," Journal of the American College of Cardiology, Volume 11, Number 2, Pages 322-329, February, 1988.
7 34 Wagner, Peter, et al. "Maximal O2 Uptake and Extraction Before and After 18 Days on Pike's Peak," 1988.
7 35 Wagner, Peter D., et al. "Peripheral Tissue Diffusion Limitation of Maximum O2 Uptake: Theory," August 13, 1988.
7 36 Turkevich, Darya, et al. "Noninvasive Measurement of the Decrease in Left Ventricular Filling Time During Maximal Exercise in Normal Subjects," American Journal of Cardiology, Volume 62, Issue 9, Pages 650-652, September, 1988.
8 1 Bender, Paul R., et al. "Increased Exercise SAO2 Independent of Ventilatory Acclimatization at 4,300m," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 66, Issue 6, Pages 2733-2738, 1989.
8 2 Cymerman, Allen, et al. "Operation Everest II: Maximal Oxygen Uptake at Extreme Altitude," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 66, Issue 5, Pages 2446-2453, May, 1989.
8 3 Forte, Vincent A., et al. "Operation Everest II: Comparison of Four Instruments for Measuring Blood O2 Saturation," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 67, Issue 5, Pages 2135-2140, 1989.
8 4 Fulco, Charles S., et al. "Effects of Propranolol on Acute Mountain Sickness(AMS) and Well-Being at 4,300m of Altitude," Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, Volume 60, Pages 679-683, July, 1989.
8 5 Fulco, Charles S., et al. "Propranolol and the Compensatory Circulatory Esponses to Orthostasis at High Altitude," Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, Volume 60, Pages 1049-1055, November, 1989.
8 6 Lee, Phillip D.K., et al. "Insulin-Like Growth Factor (IGF)-I and IFG-Binding Activity in Normal and Fast-Growing Chickens," Life Sciences, Volume 45, Pages 2465-2470, October 17, 1989.
8 7 Peacock, Andrew J., et al. "The Relationship Between Rapid Growth and Pulmonary Hemodynamics in the Fast-Growing Broiler Chicken," American Review of Respiratory Disease, Volume 139, Pages 1524-1530.
8 8 Reeves, John T., et al. "Operation Everest II: Resistance and Susceptibility to Chronic Hypoxia in Man," Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, Volume 82, Pages 513-514, September, 1989.
8 9 Turkevich, Darya, Bertron Groves, and John Reeves. "Syncope in Pulmonary Hypertension Relates to Impaired Left Ventricular Filling" - Typescript drafts, 1989.
8 10 Gray, Andrew J., et al. "Growth Factors for Human Fibroblasts in the Solute Remaining After Clot Formation," Journal of Cell Science, Volume 96, Pages 271-274, 1990.
8 11 Peacock, Andrew J., et al. "Spontaneous Hypoxaemia and Right Ventricular Hypertrophy in Fast Growing Broiler Chickens Reared at Sea Level," Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Volume 97A, Number 4, Pages 537-541, 1990.
8 12 Reeves, John T., et al. "Operation Everest II: Cardiac Filling Pressures During Cycle Exercise at Sea Level," Respiration Physiology, Volume 80, Pages 147-154, 1990.
8 13 Sun, S.F., et al. "Decreased Ventilation and Hypoxic Ventilatory Responsiveness Are Not Reversed by Naloxone in Lhasa Residents with Chronic Mountain Sickness," American Review of Respiratory Disease, Volume 142, Pages 1294-1300, 1990.
8 14 Sun, S.F., et al. "Greater Maximal O2 Uptakes and Vital Capacities in Tibetan Than Han Residents of Lhasa," Respiration Physiology, Volume 79, Pages 151-162, 1990.
8 15 Brookes G.A., et al. "Increased Dependence on Blood Glucose After Acclimatization to 4,300m," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 70, Issue 2, Pages 919-927, 1991.
8 16 D'Alonzo, Gilbert E., et al. "Survival in Patients with Primary Pulmonary Hypertension," Annals of Internal Medicine, Volume 115, Number 5, Pages 343-349, September 1, 1991.
8 17 Huang S.Y., et al. "Internal Carotid Flow Velocity with Exercise Before and After Acclimatization to 4,300m," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 71, Issue 4, Pages 1469-1476, 1991.
8 18 Kraemer, William J., et al. "Plasma Changes in Beta-Endorphin to Acute Hypobaric Hypoxia and High Intensity Exercise," Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, Volume 62, Pages 754-758, August, 1991.
8 19 Mazzeo, Robert S., et al. "Arterial Catecholamine Responses During Exercise with Acute and Chronic High-Altitude Exposure," American Journal of Physiology, Volume 4, Part 1, Pages E419-E424, October, 1991.
8 20 Reeves, John, et al. "Adaptations to Hypoxia: Lessons from Operation Everest II," Current Pulmonology, 1991.
8 21 Reeves, John T., et al. "Adenosine and Selective Reduction of Pulmonary Vascular Resistance in Primary Pulmonary Hypertension," Circulation, Volume 84, Number 3, September, 1991.
8 22 Reeves, John T., et al. "Improved Arterial Oxygenation with Feed Restriction in Rapidly Growing Broiler Chickens," Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Volume 99A, Number 3, Pages 481-485, 1991.
8 23 Reeves, J.T. and Robert Schoene. "When Lungs on Mountains Leak: Studying Pulmonary Edema at High Altitudes," New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 325, Pages 1306-1207, October, 1991.
8 24 Shapiro, H., et al. "State Space Modeling of the Systemic and Pulmonic Circulations," October 31, 1991 - November 3, 1991.
8 25 Stenmark, Kurt R., "Cellular Adaptation During Chronic Neonatal Hypoxic Pulmonary Hypertension," American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology, Volume 261, Pages 97-104, 1991.
8 26 Young, Andrew, J., et al. "Effect of Beta-Adrenergic Blockade on Plasma Lactate Concentration During Exercise at High Altitude," European Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 63, Pages 315-322, 1991.
8 27 Wolfel, Eugene, et al. "Oxygen Transport During Steady-State Submaximal Exercise in Chronic Hypoxia," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 70, Pages 1129-1136, 1991.
8 28 Brooks, G.A., et al. "Muscle Accounts for Glucose Disposal but Not Blood Lactate Appearance During Exercise After Acclimatization to 4,300m," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 72, Issue 6, Pages 2435-2445, 1992.
8 29 Butterfield, Gail E., et al. "Increased Energy Intake Minimizes Weight Loss in Men at High Altitude," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 72, Issue 5, Pages 1741-1748, 1992.
8 30 Green, H.J., et al. "Altitude Acclimatization and Energy Metabolic Adaptations in Skeletal Muscle During Exercise," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 73, Issue 6, Pages 2701-2708, 1992.
8 31 Peacock, Andrew J., et al. "Endothelin-1 and Endothelin-3 Induce Chemotaxis and Replication of Pulmonary Artery Fibroblasts," American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology, Volume 7, Pages 492-499, 1992.
8 32 Reeves, John T., et al. "Activation of the Sympatho-Adrenal System at High Altitude," High Altitude Medicine, Pages 10-23, 1992.
8 33 Reeves, John T. and Stenmark, Kurt R., "Alterations in Lung Vessel Structure and Reactivity in Interstitial Lung Injury," Medicina Toracica, Volume 14, Pages 175-184, 1992.
8 34 Reeves, John T., et al. "Increased Arterial Pressure After Acclimatization to 4,300m: Possible Role of Norepinephrine," International Journal of Sports Medicine, Volume 13, Pages 18-21, 1992.
8 35 Reeves, John T., "Increased Breathing at High Altitude: An Important Key to Acclimatization," 1992.
8 36 Reeves, John, et al. "Oxygen Transport During Exercise at Altitude and the Lactate Paradox: Lessons from Operation Everest II and Pikes Peak," Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, 1992.
8 37 Sutton, John R., et al. "Oxygen Transport and Cardiovascular Function at Extreme Altitude: Lessons from Operation Everest II," International Journal of Sports Medicine, Volume 13, Pages 13-18, 1992.
8 38 Young, Patricia M., et al. "Operation Everest II: Metabolic and Hormonal Responses to Incremental Exercise to Exhaustion," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 73, Issue 6, Pages 2574-2579, 1992.
8 39 Zuckerman, Bram D., et al. "Pulmonary Vascular Impedance and Wave Reflections in the Hypoxic Calf," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 72, Issue 6, Pages 2118-2127, 1992.
8 40 Gray, Andrew J., et al. "A-Alpha and B-Beta Chains of Fibrinogen Stumlate Proliferation of Human Fibroblasts," Journal of Cell Science, Volume 104, Issue 2, Pages 409-413, 1993.
8 41 Groves, Bertron M., et al. "Correlation of Acute Prostacyclin Response in Primary (Unexplained) Pulmonary Hypertension with Efficacy of Treatment with Calcium Channel Blockers and Survival," Pages 317-330, 1993.
8 42 Malconian, Mark K., et al. "Operation Everest II: Gas Tensions in Expired Air and Arterial Blood at Extreme Altitude," Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, Volume 64, Pages 37-42, January, 1993.
9 1 Nicholas, Richard, et al. "Oxygen Saturation in Children Living at Moderate Altitude," Journal of the American Board of Family Practice, Volume 6, Number 5, Pages 452-456, September - October, 1993.
9 2 Reeves, John T., et al. "Diversity in the Pulmonary Circulation: An Overview of the International Conference on the Pulmonary Vasculature in Health and Disease," European Respiratory Review, Volume 3, Issue 16, Pages 530-534, 1993.
9 3 Reeves, John T., et al. "Sea-Level PCO2 Relates to Ventilatory Acclimatization at 4,300m," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 75, Pages 1117-1122, 1993.
9 4 Selland, Mark A., et al. "Pulmonary Function and Hypoxic Ventilatory Response in Subjects Susceptible to High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema," Chest, Volume 103, Number 1, Pages 111-116, January, 1993.
9 5 Welsh, Carolyn H., et al. "Operation Everest II: Spirometric and Radiographic Changes in Acclimatized Humans at Stimulated High Altitudes," American Review of Respiratory Disease, Volume 147, Pages 1239-1244, 1993.
9 6 Zhuang, Jianguo, et al. "Hypoxia Ventilatory Responsiveness in Tibetan Compared with Han Residents of 3,658m," 1993.
9 7 Groves, Bertron M., et al. "Acute Hemodynamic Effects of Iloprost in Primary (Unexplained) Pulmonary Hypertension," Seminars in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Volume 15, Number 3, Pages 230-237, May, 1994.
9 8 Hughson, R.L., et al. "Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Indicators of Heart Rate Control at Altitude Studied by Spectral Analysis," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 77, Number 6, Pages 2537-2542, December, 1994.
9 9 Mazzeo, R.S., et al. "Beta-Adrenergic Blockade Does Not Prevent the Lactate Response to Exercise After Acclimatization to High Altitude," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 76, Number 2, Pages 610-615, February, 1994.
9 10 Reeves, John T., et al. "Operation Everest II: The Heart and Lungs at Extreme Altitudes," Thorax, Volume 49, Pages 631-633, 1994.
9 11 Reeves, John T., et al. "Nitric Oxide in Treatment of Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension of the Newborn," Seminars in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Volume 15, Number 6, Pages 495-507.
9 12 Wolfel, Eugene E., et al. "Systemic Hypertension at 4,300m Is Related to Sympatho-Adrenal Activity," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 76, Issue 4, Pages 1643-1650, 1994.
9 13 Gheen, Kenneth M. and John T. Reeves, "Effects of Size of Ventricular Septal Defect and Age on Pulmonary Hemodynamics at Sea Level," The American Journal of Cardiology, Volume 75, January 1, 1995.
9 14 Gray, Andrew J., et al. "Partially Degraded Fibrin(ogen) Stimulates Fibroblast Proliferation in Vitro," American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology, Volume 12, Pages 684-690, 1995.
9 15 Mazzeo, Robert S., et al. "Acclimatization to High Altitude Increases Muscle Sympathetic Activity Both at Rest and During Exercise," American Journal of Physiology, Volume 269, Pages R201-R207, 1995.
9 16 Reeves, John T., Brunton's Use of Amyl Nitrite in Angina Pectoris: An Historic Root of Nitric Oxide Research," News in Physiological Sciences, Volume 10, Pages 141-144, June, 1995.
9 17 Roberts, A.C., et al. "Acclimatization to 4,300m Altitude Decreases Reliance on Fat as a Substrate," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 81, Number 4, Pages 1762-1771, October, 1996.
9 18 Roberts, A.C., et al. "Altitude and B-Blockade Augment Glucose Utilization During Submaximal Exercise," Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 80, Issue 2, Pages 605-615, 1996.
9 19 Sutton, John R., et al. "Lessons from Operation Everest II," Japanese Journal of Mountain Medicine, Volume 16, Pages 11-17. 1996.
9 20 Zafren, Ken, et al. "Treatment of High Altitude Pulmonary Edema by Bed Rest and Supplemental Oxygen," WIlderness and Environmental Medicine, Volume 7, Number 2, Pages 127-132, May 1996.
9 21 Asano, Koji, et al. "Relation of Sympathetic Activation to Ventilation in Man at 4,300m Altitude," Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, Volume 68, Number 2, Pages 104-110, February, 1997.
9 22 Durmowiez, Anthony, et al. "Inflammatory Processes May Predispose Children to Develop High Altitude Pulmonary Edema," Journal of Pediatrics, 1997.
9 23 Brooks, George A., et al. "Poor Relationship Between Arterial [Lactate] and Leg Net Release During Exercise at 4,300m Altitude," American Journal of Physiology--Regulatory, Integrative, and Comparative Physiology, Volume 275, Issue 4, R1192-1201, October, 1998.
9 24 Reeves, Carol S., et al. "Alcohol Use Among Patients at Family Medicine Ambulatories in L'Viv," Practical Medicine, Pages 1-14, 1998.
9 25 Reeves, John T., "Carl J. Wiggers and the Pulmonary Circulation: A Young Man in Search of Excellence," American Journal of Physiology, Volume 274, Pages L467-L474, 1998. Includes correspondence and drafts..
9 26 Reeves, John T. and Rubin, Lewis J., "The Pulmonary Circulation: Snapshots of Progress," American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Volume 157, Pages 101-108, 1998.
9 27 Reeves, John and John Weil. "Ventilatory Acclimatization to High Altitude," Encyclopedia of Occupational Health and Safety, 1998.
9 28 Stiebellehner, Leopold, et al. "Lung Endothelial Cell Proliferation in Normal and Pulmonary Hypertensive Neonatal Calves," American Journal of Physiology--Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology, Volune 275, Pages L593-L600, 1998.
9 29 Reeves, John, "Why Does the Exercise Cardiac Output Fall During Altitude Residence and is it Important?" Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 1999.
9 30 Reeves, John and John Weil. "Chronic Mountain Sickness: A View from the Crow's Nest," Hypoxia: From Genes to Besicle, editors Roach, Wagner, and Hackett, 2001.
10 1 Reeves, John, et al. "Erythropoiesis in Women During 11 Days at 4,300m is Not Affected by Menstrual Cycle Phase," Journal of Applied Physiology, 2001. Part 1..
10 2 Reeves, John, et al. "Erythropoiesis in Women During 11 Days at 4,300m is Not Affected by Menstrual Cycle Phase," Journal of Applied Physiology, 2001. Part 2..
10 3 Reeves, John T., "High Adventure in Pulmonary Hypertension," American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Volume 166, October 9, 2002.
10 4 Reeves, John T., "High Adventure in Pulmonary Hypertension: Acute and Chronic Hypoxia Are Not the Same," American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Volume 166, Pages 1537-1538, 2002.
10 5 Peacock, Andrew, et al. "End Points in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension: The Way Forward," European Respiratory Journal, 2003.
10 6 Rhodes, Jann. "Comparative Physiology of Hypoxic Pulmonary Hypertension: Historical Clues from Brisket Disease," 2003. Includes draft..
10 7 Reeves, John, et al. "Distensibility of the Normal Lung Circulation During Exercise," American Journal of Physiology Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology, 2005.
10 8 Reeves, John and Robert Grover. "Insights by Peruvian Scientists into the Pathogenesis of Human Chronic Hypoxic Pulmonary Hypertension," Journal of Applied Physiology, 2005.
10 9 Reeves, John and Robert Grover. "Insight by Peruvian Scientists into the Pathogenesis of Human Chronic Hypoxic Pulmonary Hypertension," Drafts, 2004-2005.
10 10 Reeves, John. "Chronic and Acute Altitude Illness in Colorado.".
10 11 Reeves, John, et al. "Decreased Stroke Volume/Pulse Pressure Ratio with Increasing Pulmonary Arterial Pressure in Humans.".
10 12 Reeves, John. "Response of the Sympathetic Nervous System to the Stress of High Altitude Hypoxia.".
10 13 Rock, Paul B., et al. "Effect of Menstrual Cycle on Incidence of Acute Mountain Sickness in Women: Preliminary Results for Two Studies.".

RESEARCH PROJECTS AND GRANTS

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Pike's Peak Expedition

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10 14 "Adrenergic Contribution During Acclimatization to High Altitude: Perspectives from Pike's Peak" - Typescript draft, 1991.
10 15 "Alpha Adrenergic Blockade and the Hemodynamics of Exercise at High Altitude" - Typescript draft, 1991.
"Beta Adrenergic Blockade Metabolism During Exercise at High Altitude" - Grant proposal - Correspondence.
10 16 October, 1989-February, 1991. Includes "Man at Altitude" - Unapproved proposal.
10 17 March-April, 1991.
11 1 May, 1991.
11 2 June, 1991-February, 1993.
11 3 "Man at Altitude" data, 1985.
11 4 Meeting minutes, 1991-1992.
11 5 Miscellaneous data, 1985-1988.
11 6 SYRES (Radiometer) recorder data, 1985-1986.

Operation Everest II

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11 7 Cardiac catheterization procedures - Heart rate data, 1985.
12 1 Computer data tables for hemodynamics paper, 1985-1986.
12 2 Maximum oxygen uptake at extreme altitude - Data, 1985.
Miscellaneous data.
12 3 Chip Woodland and Steve Painter,, 1985.
12 4 Part 1, 1985.
12 5 Part 2, 1985.
13 1 Slides.

Other Research

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Altitude sickness research in Nepal, Kathmandu - Data sheets, 1978.
13 2 Part 1.
13 3 Part 2.
13 4 Part 3.
13 5 Part 4.
Horse exercise, 1994-1995.
13 6 Part 1.
13 7 Part 2.
Miscellaneous.
13 8 Bovine data.
Pulmonary hypertension.
13 9 Part 1.
14 1 Part 2.
14 2 Tredeau application - Pulmonary arterial fibroblasts.

COLORADO ALTITUDE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (CARI)

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Administrative

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14 3 Brochures.
Tenth Mountain Division Medical Committee.
14 4 Correspondence, 1991-1992.
14 5 Project description, 1992.
14 6 High Altitude Work Group - Meeting minutes and correspondence, 1991-1992.
14 7 Research and Education Committee - Open report of the director, 1992.
Correspondence.
14 8 October, 1989-September, 1990.
14 9 October, 1990-January, 1991.
14 10 February, 1991-March, 1991.
15 1 April, 1991-September, 1991.
15 2 October, 1991-December, 1991.
15 3 January, 1992-March, 1992.
15 4 April, 1992-May, 1992.
15 5 June, 1992-December, 1992.
15 6 Meeting minutes, 1990-1992.
15 7 Newsletters - Includes newspaper clippings, 1992.
16 1 Organizational assessment.

Research Projects

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16 2 "Celebrovascular Reactivity to CO2 During High Altitude Illness" - Application for research collaboration, Stefan Goldberg, 1990.
16 3 Dilantin study proposal, 1991-1992.
16 4 "Vital Capacity in Prevention and Treatment of Acute Altitude Illness" - Proposal and correspondence, 1991.
16 5 "Primary Care Network Study Health at Moderate Altitude", 1992.
16 6 "Reduced Vital Capacity in High Altitude Pulmonary Edema" - Proposal draft, 1992.
16 7 "To Determine if Standardized Methods of Reading Chest X-rays of High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) Correlate with Arterial Oxygen Saturation Measured by Pulse Oximetry", 1992.
16 8 "Treatment of High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) in Summit County, Colorado" - Proposal, 1992.

CONFERENCES

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16 9 100 Years Companna Regina Margherita Conference, Italy, August 26-29, 1993.
16 10 Conference on Intergrative Biology of Exercise, Colorado Springs, Colorado, September 23-26, 1992.
16 11 Grover Conference on Proinflammatory Signaling Mechanisms in the Pulmonary Circulation, Colorado - Includes correspondence to Robert Grover, 1967, September 5-8, 2002.
16 12 Hypoxia '97 International Symposium on Hypoxia and Mountain Medicine, Chateau Lake Louise, Canada - Includes "Robert F. Grover MD, Ph.D: High-Minded Medical Science" lecture notes, February 18-22, 1997.
16 13 International Conference on Pulmonary Vascular Remodeling in Health & Disease, London, United Kingdom, September 7-9, 1992.
16 14 International Symposium on Hypoxia and Mountain Medicine (Eighth), Lake Louise, Canada - Includes "Sympathetics and Hypoxia: A Brief Overview" lecture notes, February 9-13, 1993.
17 1 International Symposium: Pulmonary Circulation (Sixth), Prague, June 26-29, 1994.
17 2 Nagano Symposium on Sports Sciences for the Winter Olympic Games 1998, Japan - Includes "Women at Altitude" lecture, October 15-18, 1997.
17 3 Pulmonary Circulation Conference - In honor of Robert Grover, Colorado - Includes Conferences IV, VI, VIII programs, 1990-1994.
17 4 Salud Ocupasional en Faenas a Gran Altura (First), Chile, October 3-5, 1991.
17 5 World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude (Third), Matsumoto, Japan - Part 1, May 20-24, 1998.
17 6 World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude (Third), Matsumoto, Japan - Part 2, May 20-24, 1998.

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

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Biographical Materials

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17 7 Articles about John Reeves.
17 8 Miscellaneous - Awards - Includes Edward Livingston Trudeau award nomination letters.
17 9 Miscellaneous slides.
17 10 Photographs with others.

Subject Files

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17 11 Colorado Center for Altitude Medicine and Physiology - Program plan, 2002.
17 12 NADIYA - Newsletters, 1994-1997.
17 13 Uli von Euler - Visit to University of Colorado - Photographs.

AUDIORECORDINGS

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17 14 John Reeves interviews Huang Shao-Yung - RESTRICTIONS, April 4-25, 1996.


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