Sports Physiology & Nutrition Alumni

2016 PhD

Julia Casadio: Optimising heat acclimation strategies for performance benefits in highly trained, sprint-endurance athletes.

2016 Masters

Ana Holt: Individual variation in response and recovery to training intensity in highly trained rowers. (MSE)

Shivani Sethi: Investigation of the effects of a group fitness interval aerobic exercise training program on arterial stiffness, pulse wave velocity and flow-mediated dilation in healthy sedentary male adults.

Khine Thida: Does long term low carbohydrate high fat (LCHF) consumption compared to high carbohydrate low fat (HCLF) consumption significantly affect the immune system following exercise? (MPhil)

Simon Tyndel: The physical, technical and tactical effects of manipulating the playing area during football small sided games. (MSE)

2015 Masters

Mats Aasgaard: Physiological responses and time-motion characteristics of man marking in small sided soccer games. (MSE)

Kylie Chapman: Physiological responses to arm and leg ergometry in chronic lung disease patients. (MPhil)

Scott Logan: Physical outputs of training and match play in elite hockey. (MPhil)

Simon Rogers: Measurements of lower-limb stiffness and their relationships to economy and velocity in well-trained middle-distance runners. (MSE)

Simon Tyndel: The physical, technical and tactical effects of manipulating the playing area during football small sided games. (MPhil)