Professor Andrew Jones
Associate Dean Research and Knowledge Transfer / Professor of Applied Physiology

External responsibilities

Awards/Honorary fellowships

2013: Reeves Prize for Excellence in Presentation, Hypoxia 2013, Canada.
2012: Dr Tom Anderson Memorial Lecturer, Sports Medicine New Zealand.
2003, 2007, 2009: Sportesse Award for best presentation by a senior scientist, BASES Conference.
1995: Diploma of Special Service as Fellow in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.
1991: SmithKline-Beecham prize for Best All-Round Sports Scientist, Brighton Polytechnic.

My PhD students have won best presentation prizes at BASES (x 6), ECSS (x 5), Phys Soc (x 2) and PWP (x 2) Annual Conferences.

Committee/panel activities

REF2013, Panel member UoA 26

Editorial responsibilities

Editor-in-Chief
European Journal of Sport Science

Associate Editor
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
British Journal of Sports Medicine

Editorial/Advisory Board
Journal of Applied Physiology
Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology
European Journal of Applied Physiology
International Journal of Sports Medicine
Journal of Sports Sciences (resigned 2011)
International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching

Invited lectures

Selected:

Influence of Nitrate on Muscle Oxygenation and Energetics in Hypoxia (2013).
Hypoxia, Lake Louise, Canada.

Why Popeye Was Right: Nitrate and Muscle Performance (2012).
Sports Medicine New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand.

Training and Performance in Long Distance Running (2012).
Austrian Institute of Sport, Vienna, Austria.

Acute Modulation of Oxygen Uptake during Exercise (2012).
ACSM Conference, San Francisco, USA.

Physiological Limitations to Elite Sports Performance (2012).
How high, how far, how fast? Edinburgh Science Festival, Scotland, UK.

Dietary Nitrate: The New Magic Bullet? (2011).
International Sports Science Sports Medicine Conference, Newcastle, UK.

Oxygen uptake kinetics as a determinant of exercise performance: from physiology to pathophysiology (2011).
Antoine Lavoisier Lecture, EACPR Training Course on CPET in Cardiology, Veruno, Italy.

Media Coverage

Research has been featured regularly in the international press, radio and television.

Significant Impact

Andy Jones’s work on the role of dietary nitrate in metabolic control its influence on exercise performance has been shortlisted for the Exeter Impact Awards in 2011 and 2013.

Workshops/Conferences organised

Selected:

Convenor of BASES Workshop on ‘Fatigue Mechanisms and Measurement Techniques’, Exeter 2013.

Chair, Sports Nutrition Symposium, BASES Conference, Colchester, 2011.

Co-Convenor and Co-Chair of ACSM Symposium on VO2 Slow Component, Baltimore, 2010.

Co-Convenor and Co-Chair of ACSM Symposium on Critical Power, Seattle, 2009.

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