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Fuller, Charles A.
Experiment Participation:
+ Synchronization of Primate Circadian Rhythms in Space (COS 1514-4)
Experiment Performed on: +Cosmos 1514  
Role: Co-Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Biological Rhythm and Temperature Regulation: I. Biological Rhythms and Temperature Regulation (COS 2044-23)
Experiment Performed on: +Cosmos 2044  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Biological Rhythm and Temperature Regulation: II. Metabolism (COS 2044-24)
Experiment Performed on: +Cosmos 2044  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Effects of Weightlessness on Neurotransmitter Receptors in Selected Brain Areas (SL3 BSP18)
Experiment Performed on: +STS-51B  
Role: Co-Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Homeostasis and Biological Rhythms in the Rat During Spaceflight (SL3 BSP28)
Experiment Performed on: +STS-51B  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Early Adaptation to Altered Gravitational Environments in the Squirrel Monkey (SL3 BSP29)
Experiment Performed on: +STS-51B  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Changes in Functional Metabolism in the Rat Central Nervous System Following Spaceflight (SL3 BSP17)
Experiment Performed on: +STS-51B  
Role: Co-Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ CNS Control of Rhythms and Homeostasis During Space Flight (9301132)
Experiment Performed on: +STS-90  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Rhesus Monkey Metabolism During Space Flight: Measurement of Energy Expenditure Using the Doubly Labeled Water (2H2 18O DLW) Method (8809A09)
Experiment Performed on: +Cosmos 2229  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Circadian Rhythms and Temperature Regulation in Rhesus Monkeys During Space Flight (COS 2229-4)
Experiment Performed on: +Cosmos 2229  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Effects of Spaceflight on the Development of the Circadian Timing System (9303024)
Experiment Performed on: +STS-70  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Circadian Rhythms of Macaca Mulatta During Spaceflight (8808A06)
Experiment Performed on: +Bion 11  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Thermoregulation in Macaca Mulatta during Spaceflight (B11-09)
Experiment Performed on: +Bion 11  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Energy Metabolism of Macaca Mulatta During Space Flight (B11-10)
Experiment Performed on: +Bion 11  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Artificial Gravity and Light as Countermeasures for Circadian Dysfunction in Altered Gravity Environments (NNJ04HF44G)
Experiment Performed on: +BRC  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Primate Circadian Rhythms in the Martian Environment (HPF00205)
Experiment Performed on: +Ground  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Vestibular Modulation of the Circadian Timing System in Altered Gravity Environments (NNA04CC82G)
Experiment Performed on: +Ground  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States
+ Head-Down Tilt as a Model for Intracranial and Intraocular Pressures, and Retinal Changes during Spaceflight (NNX13AD94G)
Experiment Performed on: +Ground  
Role: Principal Investigator
Degree: Ph.D.
Institution: University of California, Davis, California, United States