Past Research Students

Ash Willmott (PhD, 2018). Optimising heat acclimation state and refining strategies for the acquisition of heat adaptations. Self-funded project with support from the University of Brighton.

Ben Duncan (PhD, 2017). Hypoxic exercise as a tool for weight loss. Self-funded project with support from the University of Brighton.

Rosie Twomey (PhD, 2016). Neurophysiological determinants of fatigue in graded hypoxia. Self-funded project with support from the University of Brighton.

Gareth Turner (PhD, 2016). Optimising altitude and hypoxic training methods in elite endurance athletes. Jointly funded studentship from the English Institute of Sport and University of Brighton.

Jess Mee (PhD, 2016). Heat tolerance and acclimation in female athletes. Self-funded project with support from the University of Brighton.

Carl James (PhD, 2016). Optimizing heat tolerance and the determinants of endurance performance using acute and chronic strategies. University of Brighton funded Scheme A studentship.

Oli Gibson (PhD, 2015). Optimising heat acclimation to attenuate physiological stress in hypoxia. Self-funded project with support from the University of Brighton and University of Bedfordshire.

Mark Hayes (PhD, 2014). The effect of progressive heat acclimation on games players performing intermittent-sprint exercise in the heat.  Self-funded project with support from the University of Brighton.

Drew Smith (MPhil, 2014). 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. Self-funded project with support from the University of Brighton.

Alan Richardson (PhD, 2010). The physiological and renal responses to hydration status in hypoxia. Self-funded project with support from the University of Brighton.

Tim Ethridge (PhD, 2010). Acute regulation of skeletal muscle protein metabolism by nutrients, exercise and hypoxia. Self-funded project with support from the University of Brighton.

Richard Mackenzie (PhD, 2009). Glucose metabolism during and following acute hypoxia and exercise in individuals with type 2 Diabetes. Self-funded project with support from the University of Brighton.

Paul Castle (PhD, 2007). Alleviating the negative effects of heat stress upon intermittent sprint exercise. Self-funded project with support from the University of Brighton.