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Research Interest: Nutrition and Dietetics, Sports Medicine, Allied Health Science, Medical & Health Profession Education, Exercise Science, Child Health, Sports Science, Health and Wellness
Research Interest:Adapted Physical Activity, Bioethics, Inclusion, Rehabilitation
Research Interest:Heart failure management, Exercise training physiology, Hypertension, Metabolic syndrome, Hormonal therapy of heart failure
Research Interest: Mechanisms of exercise intolerance in patients with hypertension and cardiovascular diseases.Neuromuscular limitations that contribute to skeletal muscle fatigue and central inhibition in cardiovascular diseases.Novel therapeutic strategies to treat musculoskeletal myopathies and reduce muscle fatigue in adults with heart failure .The contribution of locomotor muscle afferents (group III and IV) to central drive and cardiorespiratory responses during exercise in both healthy adults and those with heart failure. Interventions to reduce blood pressure and ventilation and improve exertional symptoms during exercise in chronic illnesses.Use of neuromodulation to reduce blood pressure in patients with hypertension and heart failure.
Research Interest:Biomechanical modeling of isolated soft tissues, like muscles and tendons, and human muscles. Modeling of the interaction between the mechanical and neurophysiological properties of skeletal muscles. Study of the adaptative responses of mechanical and neurophysiological properties of skeletal muscles due to changes in functional demands, maturation, and aging. Interaction between elastic properties and reflex excitability involved in human movement.
Research Interest:Novel forms of optokinetic stimulation to enhance neuroplasticity of the brain’s balance and voluntary movement systems for recovery of voluntary movements and mobility after severe strokes, traumatic brain injuries and critical illness polyneuropathy. Other areas of interest include falls, reduced mobility in the elderly and both central and peripheral vestibular dysfunction. The main thrust is on investigating how visual-vestibular interactions enhance recovery and rehabilitation after severe neurological insults.
Research Interest:Orthopedic physical therapy, specifically falls injuries, hip fractures,osteoarthritis, and pain issues, plus electrotherapy, chronic disease management, and patient education.
Research Interest: physical activity Athletes Biological Sciences Cytokines Racing Oxidative Stress Physiology of Stress Physiology Immunoglobulin Marathon immune response Inflammatory response immune system
Research Interest: Pain perception and LBP - Anglo European Chiropractic College;Interprofessional pain education - Kings College London;Joint Hypermobility Syndrome intervention - led by the University of West of England; Physical inactivity in older people - Bournemouth University.Dyspraxia in students and the effects on education and practice
Research Interest:Resistance training among older adults; more specifically, high-velocity resistance training to prevent sarcopenia and functional decline.
Research Interest:Pathogenesis of malnutrition in HIV-infected children Nutritional assessment of HIV-infected children. Nutritional interventions for HIV-infected children.Gastrointestinal mucosal function of HIV-infected childrenClinical epidemiology of gastrointestinal and nutritional
Research Interest:spine therapie (conservative and operative), cervical spine surgery, degenerative disorders of the spine, inflammation of the spine, biomechanics of the spine
Research Interest: Effect of Aerobic Exercise Training in the Brain of Mouse with MPTP/Probencid Induced Chronic Parkinsonian. This project included three research projects:
Treadmill exercise training effect on:
- Cardiorespiratory and endurance indicators in mouse model of chronic Parkinsonism.
- Angiogenesis in the striatum of chronic Parkinsonian mouse
- Neurotrophic factors in the substantia nigra and striatum in mouse model of chronic Parkinsonism
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