About Carl Shrader
Dr. Carl Shrader received his bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from WV Wesleyan College. At WVU, he obtained his PhD in Neuroscience and during that time he also decided to pursue his medical degree.
Mosmiller, L. T., Steele, K. N., Shrader, C. D., & petrone, A. (2017) Evaluation of inflammatory cell biomarkers in chronic venous insufficiency. (Vol. 32, pp. 634–640). Phlebology.
Lemaster, K. A., Farid, Z., Brock, R. W., Shrader, C. D., Goldman, D., Jackson, D. N., & Frisbee, J. C. (2017) Altered post-capillary and collecting venular reactivity in skeletal muscle with metabolic syndrome. (Vol. 595, pp. 5159–5174). The Journal of physiology.
Frisbee, J. C., Butcher, J., Frisbee, S., Olfert, M. M., Chantler, P. D., Tabone, L., … Lombard, J. H. (2016) Increased peripheral vascular disease risk progressively constrains perfusion adaptability in the skeletal muscle microcirculation. (Vol. 310, H488-504). American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology.
Brooks, S. D., DeVallance, E., D’Audiffret, A. C., Frisbee, S., Tabone, L., Shrader, C. D., … Chantler, P. D. (2015) Metabolic syndrome impairs reactivity and wall mechanics of cerebral resistance arteries in obese Zucker rats. (Vol. 309, H1846-59). American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology.
- West Virginia University School of Medicine Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching - (2018)
Dr. Shrader's mentorship strengths include women's sexual and reproductive health, writing case reports, procedures, and career development.
Patient Care Information
- Family Medicine
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Family Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine