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

Research

Research interests

Respiratory physiology (particularly the pulmonary gas exchange responses to exercise), and elite sports performance physiology (particularly in relation to endurance athletes).

Grants/Funding:

BBSRC (2017) - £742,000 - The oral microbiome, dietary nitrate and human health,

Gatorade Sports Science Institute (2013) - £667,000 –Dietary supplementation and exercise performance.

Exeter Leukaemia Fund (2013) - £94,000 - Dietary nitrate supplementation in anaemic patients.

Dunhill Medical Trust (2012) - £115,000 – Influence of dietary nitrate on blood pressure and muscle and cognitive function in older adults.

Gatorade Sports Science Institute (2012) - £349,000 – Influence of a dietary supplement on exercise performance.

Gatorade Sports Science Institute (2012) - £20,000 – Influence of a dietary supplement on exercise performance.

Diabetes UK (2011) - £27,000 – Dietary nitrate and type II diabetes.

GlaxoSmithKline (2010/11) - £19,868 – Influence of a dietary supplement on exercise economy and performance. 

GlaxoSmithKline (2009/10) - £128,000 – Influence of a dietary supplement on exercise economy and performance.

Research networks

International research collaborators include:

David Poole, Kansas State University, USA

Jens Bangsbo, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Shunsaku Koga, Kobe Design University, Japan

Louise Burke, Australian Institute of Sport

John Kowalchuk, University of Western Ontario, Canada

Romain Meeusen, Free University of Brussels

Barbora Piknova, US Institutes of Health, Bethesda USA

Joern Rittweger, European Space Agency

 

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