Dr. Angadi is an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia and Research Assistant Professor at the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University and a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine.
Dr. Angadi is a cardiovascular exercise physiologist by training and his research focuses on examining complex interactions between exercise/physical activity, diet and drugs in healthy individuals and in individuals with serious illnesses such as congestive heart failure, breast cancer, and end-stage renal disease. He has published 36 peer reviewed articles, four book chapters and has over 60 conference presentations. His commentary in JAND titled, “Gluten-Free Diet: Imprudent Dietary Advice for the General Population?” is ranked #12 out of all outputs from the journal. From a dietary perspective; his recent papers in Nutrients have focused on the effects of dietary fiber at mitigating the adverse cardiovascular effects of high-fat meals and the interaction of glycemic index and cereal fiber on vascular function, blood glucose and insulin sensitivity in adults. Finally, his research has been featured in prominent lay publications such as the New York Times, Science and Time.