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Dr George Pavis

Postdoctoral Research Associate

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University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

Dr George Pavis joined the Nutritional Physiology Research Group in 2016 after obtaining an MSc from Loughborough University. His PhD looked at how muscles respond to eccentric exercise and resistance exercise training, and how nutritional interventions can be used to manipulate these outcomes. During this time George developed a keen interest in skeletal muscle metabolism and using stable isotopes to model protein turnover in humans, which has led to several high quality publications.

 

In 2020, George began post-doctoral training under Prof Benjamin Wall looking at how nutritional interventions can be used to improve a wide variety of outcomes, from elite performance to biomarkers of health and disease. 

Qualifications

  • PhD Sport and Health Sciences, University of Exeter
  • MSc Sports Nutrition, Loughborough University
  • BSc Human Biosciences, University of Exeter

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Publications by category


Journal articles

Pavis GF, Jameson TSO, Blackwell JR, Fulford J, Abdelrahman DR, Murton AJ, Alamdari N, Mikus CR, Wall BT, Stephens FB, et al (2022). Daily protein-polyphenol ingestion increases daily myofibrillar protein synthesis rates and promotes early muscle functional gains during resistance training. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab, 322(3), E231-E249. Abstract.  Author URL.
Monteyne AJ, Dunlop MV, Machin DJ, Coelho MOC, Pavis GF, Porter C, Murton AJ, Abdelrahman DR, Dirks ML, Stephens FB, et al (2021). A mycoprotein-based high-protein vegan diet supports equivalent daily myofibrillar protein synthesis rates compared with an isonitrogenous omnivorous diet in older adults: a randomised controlled trial. Br J Nutr, 126(5), 674-684. Abstract.  Author URL.
Pavis GF, Jameson TSO, Dirks ML, Lee BP, Abdelrahman DR, Murton AJ, Porter C, Alamdari N, Mikus CR, Wall BT, et al (2021). Improved recovery from skeletal muscle damage is largely unexplained by myofibrillar protein synthesis or inflammatory and regenerative gene expression pathways. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab, 320(2), E291-E305. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jameson TSO, Pavis GF, Dirks ML, Lee BP, Abdelrahman DR, Murton AJ, Porter C, Alamdari N, Mikus CR, Wall BT, et al (2021). Reducing NF-κB Signaling Nutritionally is Associated with Expedited Recovery of Skeletal Muscle Function After Damage. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 106(7), 2057-2076. Abstract.
Davenport AD, Jameson TSO, Kilroe SP, Monteyne AJ, Pavis GF, Wall BT, Dirks ML, Alamdari N, Mikus CR, Stephens FB, et al (2020). A Randomised, Placebo-Controlled, Crossover Study Investigating the Optimal Timing of a Caffeine-Containing Supplement for Exercise Performance. Sports Med Open, 6(1). Abstract.  Author URL.

Publications by year


2022

Pavis GF, Jameson TSO, Blackwell JR, Fulford J, Abdelrahman DR, Murton AJ, Alamdari N, Mikus CR, Wall BT, Stephens FB, et al (2022). Daily protein-polyphenol ingestion increases daily myofibrillar protein synthesis rates and promotes early muscle functional gains during resistance training. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab, 322(3), E231-E249. Abstract.  Author URL.

2021

Monteyne AJ, Dunlop MV, Machin DJ, Coelho MOC, Pavis GF, Porter C, Murton AJ, Abdelrahman DR, Dirks ML, Stephens FB, et al (2021). A mycoprotein-based high-protein vegan diet supports equivalent daily myofibrillar protein synthesis rates compared with an isonitrogenous omnivorous diet in older adults: a randomised controlled trial. Br J Nutr, 126(5), 674-684. Abstract.  Author URL.
Pavis GF, Jameson TSO, Dirks ML, Lee BP, Abdelrahman DR, Murton AJ, Porter C, Alamdari N, Mikus CR, Wall BT, et al (2021). Improved recovery from skeletal muscle damage is largely unexplained by myofibrillar protein synthesis or inflammatory and regenerative gene expression pathways. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab, 320(2), E291-E305. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jameson TSO, Pavis GF, Dirks ML, Lee BP, Abdelrahman DR, Murton AJ, Porter C, Alamdari N, Mikus CR, Wall BT, et al (2021). Reducing NF-κB Signaling Nutritionally is Associated with Expedited Recovery of Skeletal Muscle Function After Damage. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 106(7), 2057-2076. Abstract.

2020

Davenport AD, Jameson TSO, Kilroe SP, Monteyne AJ, Pavis GF, Wall BT, Dirks ML, Alamdari N, Mikus CR, Stephens FB, et al (2020). A Randomised, Placebo-Controlled, Crossover Study Investigating the Optimal Timing of a Caffeine-Containing Supplement for Exercise Performance. Sports Med Open, 6(1). Abstract.  Author URL.

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