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Alumni

PhD Graduates

Dr Helen Hanstock (2016) Tear fluid and exercise. Supervised by Neil Walsh and Sam Oliver. Now working as an Adjunct Lecturer in Exercise Physiology at Mid Sweden University.

Dr Alberto Dolci (2016) Environmental stress and immune function. Supervised by Neil Walsh and Sam Oliver. Now working as a Lecturer in Exercise Physiology at the University of Westminster.

Dr Julian Owen (2015) Dehydration: assessment techniques and effects on endurance performance and well-being. Supervised by Sam Oliver and Neil Walsh. Now working as a Lectuer at Bangor University.

Dr Bethany Diment (2015) Nutrition and immune response to exercise. Supervised by Neil Walsh and Sam Oliver. Now working as a Senior research associate at Norwich Medical School.

Dr Adam Harper Smith (2014) Sleep deprivation and thermoregulation. Supervised by Neil Walsh and Sam Oliver.

Dr Justin Lawley (2013) Acute mountain sickness: The elusive phenotype. Supervised by Jamie Macdonald, Sam Oliver, and Paul Mullins. Now working as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Autonomic Function Laboratory, Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine, Texas, USA.

Dr Jennifer Brierley (2013) Thermoregulation and mucosal immunity: The effects of environmental extremes. Supervised by Neil Walsh and Sam Oliver. Now working as a Science Teacher.

Dr Umberto Di Felice (2012) Sleep disruption and thermoregulation in the heat. Supervised by Neil Walsh and Sam Oliver.

Dr Ricardo Costa (2009) Nutrition and immune response to exercise. Supervised by Neil Walsh.  Now working as a lecturer in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University.

Dr Stewart Laing (2008) Environmental stress and immune response to exercise. Supervised by Neil Walsh. Now working as a Performance Director for Short Track Speed Skating, Team GB.

Dr Samuel Oliver (2007) Fluid and energy deficits: hydration markers, saliva immunoglobulin. Supervised by Neil Walsh. Now working as a Senior Lecturer at Bangor University.

 

Erasmus

Matteo Crotti (March to September 2016). Nutrition on health and performance at altitude.

Anna Pestrana - University of Barcelona (2015-2016). Nutrition and immunity.

 

Current Postgraduates

Victoria Newton (2016) Nutrition and altitude performance

Ben Wood (2016) Nutrition and altitude Illness

 

Current Undergraduates

Hannah Davies (2016) Nutrition and altitude Illness

Sam Little (2016) Nutrition and altitude performance

Christopher Nutman (2016) Nutritional supplementation and climbing performance

James Pollard (2016) Fitness assessment and altitude performance

Hatti Shipp (2016) Nutrition and altitude performance

Peter Stanton (2016) Nutritional supplementation and climbing performance

Lizzie Walton (2016) Infection and athletic training

James Williams (2016) Training for climbing performance

 

External Collaborations

Dr. Stewart Liang, English Institute of Sport, UK.

Dr. Samuel Verges, Senior Scientist, HP2 Laboratory, INSERM and Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France.

James Anholm, MD Associate Professor of Medicine, Loma Linda University & Chief, Pulmonary Section, VA Loma Linda Healthcare System, Loma Linda, CA, USA.

Dr. Paul Mullins, Director of the Bangor Imaging Centre, Bangor, UK.

Medical Expeditions (Medex) co-ordinates research and educates mountaineers and trekkers about the hazards of high altitude and related illnesses. http://www.medex.org.uk/

Dr. Neil Maxwel, University of Brighton, UK.

Prof. Rob Shave, Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK.

Dr. Mike Stembridge, Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK.

 

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