- Research Associate
Indiana University, Ph.D., 2019
The University of Akron, M.S., 2016
The University of Akron, B.S., 2014
- Project coordinator: Beetroot Juice Supplementation in Women Enjoying Exercise Together, IU Grant Linking Universitywide Expertise (GLUE) award, 2019-Present
- Indiana University School of Public Health, Grant-in-Aid of Doctoral Research Award, 2019
- Indiana University School of Public Health, Hinton, Stager, and Tanner Research Fellowship, 2017-2018, 2018-2019
- Indiana University School of Public Health, Anita Aldrich Research Fellowship, 2017-2018
- Indiana University School of Public Health, Marian Godeke Miller Fellowship, 2018-2019
Dr. Baranauskas is a postdoctoral fellow with the Kinesiology Department in the School of Public Health, Bloomington. Her research interests include nutrition for endurance performance and women's health.
Baranauskas, M.N., Coggan, A.R., Gruber, A.H., Altherr, C.A., Raglin, J.S., Carter, S.J. (accepted March 2020). Dietary nitrate supplementation and exercise-related performance. Nutrition Today.
Paris, H.P., Fulton, T.J., Wilhite, D.P., Baranauskas, M.N., Chapman, R.F., Mickleborough, T.D. (2019). "Train-high sleep-low" dietary periodization does not alter ventilatory strategies during cycling exercise. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 1-8.
Hursch, D.G.,Baranauskas, M.N., Wiggins, C.C., Bielko, S., Mickleborough, T.D., Chapman, R.F. (2019). Inspiratory muscle training: improvement of exercise performance with acute hypoxic exposure.International Journal of Physiology and Performance, 14(8), 1124-1131.
Baranauskas, M.N., Miller, B., Olsen, J.T., Boltz, M., Richardson, L., Juravich, M., Otterstetter, R. (2017). Differential in maximal aerobic capacity by sex in collegiate endurance athletes consuming a reduced carbohydrate diet. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 36(5), 370-377.
Baranauskas, M.N., Johnson, K.E., Juvancic-Heltzel, J., Richardson, L., Kappler, R., Jamieson, S., Otterstetter, O. (2017). Seven site vs. three site method of body composition using ultrasound compared to dual energy x-ray absorptiometry. Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging, 37(3), 317-321.