Relf, R., Eichhorn, G., Waldock, K., Flint, M., Beale, L. and Maxwell, N. (2020). Validity of a wearable sweat rate monitor and routine sweat analysis techniques using heat acclimation. Journal of Thermal Biology, 90, 8,

Relf, Rebecca, Willmott, Ashley, Flint, Melanie, Beale, Louisa and Maxwell, Neil (2019). Reliability of a wearable sweat rate monitor and routine sweat analysis techniques under heat stress in females. Journal of Thermal Biology (published online)

Willmott, Ashley, Bliss, Alex, Simpson, William H., Tocker, Steve M., Cottingham, Rowland and Maxwell, Neil (2017) CAERvest® – a novel endothermic hypothermic device for core temperature cooling: safety and efficacy testing International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, 24 (1). pp. 118-128.

Willmott, Ashley, Hayes, Mark, Dekerle, Jeanne and Maxwell, Neil (2015) The reliability of a heat acclimation state test prescribed from metabolic heat production intensities Journal of Thermal Biology, 53. pp. 38-45.

Mee, Jessica, Doust, Jonathan and Maxwell, Neil (2015) Repeatability of a running heat tolerance test. Journal of Thermal Biology, 49-50. pp. 91-97.

Turner, G., Richardson, Alan, Maxwell, Neil and Pringle, J.S.M. (2014) Comparison of total haemoglobin mass measured with the optimized carbon monoxide rebreathing method across different Radiometer (TM) ABL-80 and OSM-3 hemoximeters Physiological Measurement, 35 (12). pp. 41-45.

James, Carl, Richardson, Alan, Watt, Peter and Maxwell, Neil (2014) Reliability and validity of skin temperature measurement by telemetry thermistors and a thermal camera during exercise in the heat Journal of Thermal Biology, 45. pp. 141-149.

Turner, G., Pringle, J., Ingham, S.A., Fudge, B.W., Richardson, Alan and Maxwell, Neil (2014) The influence of carbon monoxide bolus on the measurement of total haemoglobin mass using the optimized CO-rebreathing method Physiological Measurement, 35 (2).

Hayes, Mark, Smith, Drew, Castle, Paul, C., Watt, Peter, Ross, Emma and Maxwell, Neil (2012) Peak power output provides the most reliable measure of performance in prolonged intermittent-sprint cycling Journal of Sports Sciences, 31 (5). pp. 565-572.