Extremes Research Group

Welcome

Our Mission Statement

The primary aim of Bangor's multidisciplinary Extremes Research Group is to advance knowledge and understanding of human performance and health in 'extreme' natural and artificial environments and conditions. Our foci are on human responses and adaptations to a range of stressors including: thermal, altitude, dehydration, energy restriction, sleep deprivation, psychological and prolonged exercise.

Invited Speaker Seminars, Spring 2015

Wednesday 18th February 2015, 1-2 pm, Main Hall, George Building, SSHES, Normal Site, Holyhead Road

Topic: “Why Popeye (and your mum) was right: green leafy vegetables, health and muscle performance”

Prof Andy Jones, Exeter University.

Friday 20th February 2015, 1-2 pm, Octagonal hall, George Building, SSHES, Normal Site, Holyhead Road

Topic: “Neuromuscular function, Hypoxia and Respiratory diseases”

Dr. Samuel Verges, HP2 Laboratory, INSERM and University Grenoble.

Topic: “Hypoxic Pulmonary Vasoconstriction”

Dr. James D. Anholm Loma Linda University, California, USA

Wednesday 4th March 2015, 3-4 pm, Main Hall, George Building, SSHES, Normal Site, Holyhead Road

Topic: “The neurobiology of fatigue during prolonged exercise in the heat”

Dr. Phil Watson, Loughborough University.

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