Dan Moore

Daniel Moore, Assistant Professor, Muscle Physiology

  • Associate Professor, Muscle Physiology
55 Harbord Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2W6

About Daniel

Academic Training

B. Kinesiology (Hon), McMaster University

PhD Kinesiology, McMaster University

Research Interests

Skeletal muscle remodeling

Protein metabolism

Exercise and disuse

Growth and development

Sports nutrition

Watch video of Daniel Moore discussing his research alongside Assistant Professor Jenna Gillen of KPE

Selected Publications

Hannaian, S., Hodson, N., Abou Sawan, S., Mazzulla, M., Kato, H., Waskiw-Ford, M., Kumbhare, D., Moore, D.R. (2020). Leucine-enriched amino acids maintain peripheral mTOR-Rheb localization independent of myofibrillar protein synthesis and mTORC1 signaling post-exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology. 129.

Moore, Daniel. (2020). One size doesn't fit all: postexercise protein requirements for the endurance athlete. The American journal of clinical nutrition.

Tinline-Goodfellow, C., West, D.,  Malowany, J., Gillen, J., Moore, D.R. (2020). An Acute Reduction in Habitual Protein Intake Attenuates Post Exercise Anabolism and May Bias Oxidation-Derived Protein Requirements in Resistance Trained Men. Frontiers in Nutrition.

Moore, Daniel. (2019). Maximizing Post-exercise Anabolism: The Case for Relative Protein Intakes. Frontiers in Nutrition. 6.

Mazzulla, M., Abou Sawan, S., Williamson, E., Hannaian, S.,Volterman, K.,West, D., Moore, D. R. (2019). Protein Intake to Maximize Whole-Body Anabolism during Postexercise Recovery in Resistance-Trained Men with High Habitual Intakes is Several Fold Greater than the Current Recommended Dietary Allowance. The Journal of nutrition. 150.

Hodson, N., West, D., Philp, A.,Burd, N.,Moore, D.R. (2019). Molecular regulation of human skeletal muscle protein synthesis in response to exercise and nutrients: A compass for overcoming age-related anabolic resistance. American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology. 317.

Moore D. R. (2019). Protein Metabolism in Active Youth: Not Just Little Adults. Exercise and sport sciences reviews47(1), 29–36. 

Malowany, J. M., West, D., Williamson, E., Volterman, K. A., Abou Sawan, S., Mazzulla, M., & Moore, D. R. (2019). Protein to Maximize Whole-Body Anabolism in Resistance-trained Females after Exercise. Medicine and science in sports and exercise51(4), 798–804. 

Kato, H., Suzuki, K., Bannai, M. & Moore, D.R. (2016). Protein requirements are elevated in endurance athletes after exercise as determined by the indicator amino acid oxidation methodPLoSOne, 11(6):e0157406

Moore, D. R. (2015). Nutrition to support recovery from endurance exercise: optimal carbohydrate and protein replacement.Current Sports Medicine Reports, 14(4), 294-300. 

Professional Memberships

American Society for Nutrition

Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology