Thesis

Watkins, Emily (2019). Physiological and Inflammatory Responses to UK Fire Service Instructors’ Working Practices. Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.

Willmott, Ash, G.B. (2018). Optimising heat acclimation state and refining strategies for the acquisition of heat adaptations. Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.

Duncan, Benedict (2017) Metabolic responses to acute and prolonged hypoxic exposure Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.

Twomey, Rosemary (2016) Neurophysiological Responses to Rest and Fatiguing Exercise in Severe Hypoxia in Healthy Humans Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.

Turner, Gareth (2016) Hypoxic Exposure to Optimise Altitude Training Adaptations in Elite Endurance Athletes Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.

Mee, Jessica Anne (2016) Heat tolerance and acclimation in female athletes Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.

James, Carl (2016) Optimising strategies to enhance endurance running performance under hot and humid conditions Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.

Gibson, Oliver R. (2015) Optimising Heat Acclimation to Attenuate Physiological Stress in Hypoxia Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.

Hayes, Mark (2014) The effect of progressive heat acclimation on games players performing intermittent-sprint exercise in the heat Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.

Smith, Andrew O. (2013) The effects of leg pre-cooling on the kinetics of heat exchange between core and peripheral body compartments prior to intermittent sprint exercise in the heat Masters thesis, University of Brighton.

Etheridge, Timothy (2010) Acute regulation of skeletal muscle protein metabolism by nutrients, exercise and hypoxia Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.

Richardson, Alan J. (2010). The physiological and renal responses to hydration status in hypoxia. Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.

Mackenzie, Richard W.A. (2009) Glucose metabolism during and following acute hypoxia and exercise in individuals with Type 2 diabetes. Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.

Castle, Paul, C. (2007). Alleviating the negative effects of heat stress upon intermittent sprint exercise. Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.