Previous research seminars

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10 May 201713:00

Prof Joern Rittweger (European Space Agency) - Countermeasures for loss of muscle and bone during human space flight

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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12 April 201713:00

Dr Craig Beall (University of Exeter Medical School) - Extracellular ATP: Friend or foe in skeletal muscle anabolic and insulin resistance?

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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15 March 201713:00

Dr Flo Osborne (Loughborough University) - Exercise for mental health recovery: Psychological processes of adoption and adherence

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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8 March 201713:00

Dr Kostas Tsintzas (University of Nottingham) - Skeletal muscle metabolism in recovery from exercise

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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1 March 201713:00

Dr Chris Gaffney (University of Exeter) - Muscle dysfunction during a simulated mission to Mars and in response to consuming non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

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1 March 201713:00

Dr Marlou Dirks (University of Exeter) - Skeletal muscle insulin and anabolic resistance following muscle disuse

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22 February 201713:00

Dr Isuru Jayasinghe (University of Leeds) - New tools to see the molecular machineries of muscle physiology

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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19 January 201713:00

Dr Simon Jones (University of Birmingham) - Regulation of joint inflammation in obese patients with osteoarthritis

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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7 December 201614:00

Dr Janet Bultitude (University of Bath) - How perceptual distortions might drive chronic pain, and how we might be able to fix it

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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23 November 201613:00

Dr Jude Meakin - Lumbar spine biomechanics: shape, support, and stress and and Dr Sarah Denford - Developing interventions to change health behaviour

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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9 November 201613:00

Dr Javier Gonzalez (University of Bath) - Carbohydrate availability in the regulation of exercise metabolism and energy balance

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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26 October 201613:00

Dr Lisa Price and Dr Melvyn Hillsdon (University of Exeter) - Children’s physical activity, past present and future

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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12 October 201613:00

Paul Morgan (University of Exeter) - Influence of acetaminophen ingestion on performance during intermittent maximal voluntary isometric contractions

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16 March 201613:00

Dr Gavin Buckingham - Errors, expectations, perception, and action

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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4 March 201614:00

Dr Craig Porter - Skeletal muscle mitochondria in health and disease

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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2 March 201614:00

Dr Rebecca Randell - Insights into action

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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17 February 201613:00

Dr Lee Hamilton - The exercise scientists’ guide to mTORC1

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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10 February 201613:00

Dr Jenny Lloyd and Dr Katrina Wyatt - Obesity prevention: why more of the same cannot address the obesity epidemic

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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3 February 201613:00

Dr Jo Fallowfield - Surgeon General's Bone Health Project: translation of Research to mitigate injury risk in Royal Marines recruits

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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16 December 201513:00

** Postponed** Dr Jenny Lloyd and Dr Katrina Wyatt - Obesity prevention: why more of the same cannot address the obesity epidemic

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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2 December 201513:00

Prof Mark Levine - The Psychology of Social Influence: using identities to understand and change behaviour

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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18 November 201513:00

Dr Leigh Breen - Age-related anabolic resistance as a root-cause of sarcopenia: inevitable or avoidable?

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4 November 201513:00

Dr Andy Philp - Unravelling the role of mTORC1 in skeletal muscle protein synthetic responses to endurance and resistance exercise

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21 October 201513:00

Dr Catherine Moorwood - Caspase-12 ablation preserves dystrophic muscle function

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13 October 201513:00

Prof Jason Allen - Vascular health and nitric oxide bioavailability

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7 October 201513:00

Dr Martin Jones - Psychological antecedents of pain and performance in athletes.

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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20 July 201514:00

Imre Kouw and Marlou Dirks - presentation of PhD research

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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17 July 201516:00

Dr Jason Gill - Physical activity and cardio-metabolic disease risk: Does one size fit all?

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19 June 201511:00

Dr Toby Pavey - Sit less, move more!

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13 February 201512:00

Dr Augusto C. Ferreira de Moraes - Lifestyle behaviour effects on blood pressure control in adolescents

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3 February 201516:00

Professor Luc JC van Loon - Skeletal muscle mass maintenance‘

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31 October 201413:00

Dr Francis Stephens - Skeletal muscle carnitine availability and the regulation of fuel selection

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4 June 201415:30

Dr Narelle Cox - Physical activity promotion for patients with Cystic Fibrosis

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7 May 201415:00

Professor Stuart M. Philips - Dietary Protein and Exercise in Muscle Protein Anabolism with Exercise and Ageing

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11 December 201315:30

Daniel Corcos - data from a randomized, evaluator-blind, clinical trial of Progressive Resistance Exercise versus modified Fitness Counts for Parkinson's disease

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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5 November 201314:00

Professor Dick Thijssen - 'Vascular adaptations to exercise training: lessons learnt from Sir William Harvey

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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21 October 201316:00

Erlingur Johannsson - The Effects of a 6-month multimodal training intervention on physical activity, functional performance and body composition in older adults

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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14 October 201311:00

Professor Bruce Gladden - title to be confirmed

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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28 August 201314:00

Professor Kevin Tipton - Importance of muscle for health and performance: Influence of exercise and nutrition

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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5 July 201314:00

Chris Button - Cold Shock and Distance Perception in Open Water Environments

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15 May 201314:00

Dr Emma Ross - Neuromuscular function and fatigue in health, disease and environmental extremes

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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10 April 201314:00

Professor Alison McConnell - Breathing fatigue: it's not about the lungs

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13 November 20129:30

Brad Metcalf - Children's Physical Activity and Metabolic Health

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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31 October 201214:30

Professor Conrad Earnest - Exercise Intervention Trials in At Risk Populations

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28 September 201212:00

Dr Brian Martin - Population based approaches to physical activity promotion

Sport and Health Sciences research seminar. All welcome. Full details
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16 March 201210:00

Dr Lindy Castell - Flavour of the Month in Exercise Immunodepression

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2 February 201213:00

Bernard Paquito - Efficacy of exercise and counseling for depressed patients as an aid for smoking cessation, a randomized controlled trial: Design and method

Sport and Health Sciences seminar series. All welcome. Full details
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1 February 20129:00

Soren Brage - The measurement of physical activity in epidemiological studies

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Previous seminars

  • 'The RPE scale has straight-jacketed perceptual research examining the awareness of the sensation of fatigue during exercise'
    Professor Alan St Claire Gibson, Northumbria University
  • 'Carbohydrates intake during exercise: should guidelines be changed and adjusted?'
    Professor Asker Jeukendrup, University of Birmingham
  • 'Measurement in Sports Psychology'
    Dr Richard Fletcher, Massey University
  • 'Supporting sedentary people to increase physical activity levels: Theory and evidence'
    Dr Falko Sniehotta, University of Aberdeen
  • 'Blood-muscle oxygen flux during exercise: Data versus dogma'
    Professor David Poole, Kansas State University
  • 'Determinants of the ventilatory response to exercise in health and disease: the "ventilatory efficiency" issue'
    Professor Brian Whipp, Crickhowell
  • 'Physical activity and health in children and adolescents: insights from 'down-under'
    Dr Rebecca Abbot, University of Queensland
  • 'Ageing Arteries and the Influence of Lifestyle Factors: Can the Cardiovascular System Age 'Successfully'
    Dr Phil Gates, University of Exeter
  • 'Physical activity in the prevention and treatment of common cancers'
    Dr John Saxton, Reader in Sheffield Hallam University
  • 'Is exercise bad for you?'
    Lindy Castell, Senior University of Oxford
  • 'Fatigue, fitness and exercise after stroke'
    Dr. Gillian Mead, Edinburgh University
  • 'Ageing arteries and the influence of lifestyle factors: can the cardiovascular system age 'successfully?'
    Dr. Phil Gates, University of Exeter (PCMD)
  • 'Physical activity in the prevention and treatment of lung disease'
    Dr Lee Romer, Brunel University
  • Getting people to walk more: the development, evaluation and refinement of a theory-based intervention
    Professor David French, Coventry University
  • 'Is Exercise Bad for the Heart?'
    Professor Greg Whyte, Liverpool John Moores University
  • 'Measurement and perceptions of activity in people with low back pain'
    Meredith Perry, University of Otago, New Zealand
  • 'Biomechanical Optimisation of Breast Support'
    Dr Joanna Scurr, University of Portsmouth
  • 'Mechanisms linking climate to ecosystem change: physiological aspects and ecological implications'
    Dr Gal Dubnov-Raz, Paediatric Obesity, Exercise and Sport Medicine, Safra Children's Hospital Sheba Medical Centre, Israel.
  • 'Rehabilitation following autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI): A biomechanical challenge for exercise physiologists'
    Professor Timothy Ackland, University of Western Australia.
  • 'Limitations to the use of Time to Exhaustion as a Criterion for Assessing the Improvement in Exercise Tolerance Consequent to an Intervention'
    Professor Brian J. Whipp
  • 'Future technology and applications for sports biomechanics and coaching'
    Professor David Kerwin, University of Wales Institute, Cardiff.
  • 'Dr Strangelove's Salute: Insights into postural motor control from involuntary movements'
    Dr Martin McDonagh, School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, University of Birmingham.
  • 'Physical activity and sedentary behaviours in young people: Teens and screens, bums on seats'
    Professor Stuart Biddle