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2016

Easton, Chris and McIlvenna, Luke and Monaghan, Chris and Fernandez, Bernadette O and Feelisch, Martin and Muggeridge, David J. (2016) Nitrate-rich beetroot juice vs. nitrate-rich chard gel : a phamacokinetic and pharmacodynamic comparison. In: American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, 2016-05-31 - 2016-06-04.

Monaghan, Chris and McIlvenna, Luke C and Burleigh, Mia and Fernandez, Bernadette O and Feelisch, Martin and Muggeridge, David J. and Easton, Chris (2016) Dose-dependent effects of uv-a light on nitric oxide bioavailability and cardiometabolic function in humans. In: American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, 2016-05-31 - 2016-06-04.

Muggeridge, David and Sculthorpe, Nicholas and James, Philip E. and Easton, Chris (2016) Dietary nitrate supplementation and 3-weeks sprint interval training improves flow mediated dilation in healthy males. In: American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, 2016-05-31 - 2016-06-04.

McIlvenna, Luke C and Monaghan, Chris and Fernandez, Bernadette O and Feelisch, Martin and Muggeridge, David J. and Easton, Chris (2016) Combined effects of ischemic preconditioning and nitrate supplementation on submaximal cycling exercise and time-trial performance. In: American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, 2016-05-31 - 2016-06-04.

2015

Easton, Chris and Muggeridge, David and Willis, Gareth and James, Philip E. (2015) Increased VO2max does not influence nitric oxide availability or the response to a nitrate dose. In: American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, 2015-05-27 - 2015-05-30.

Muggeridge, David and Easton, Chris (2015) The effect of dietary nitrate on the physiological responses to 3-weeks sprint interval training. In: American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, 2015-05-27 - 2015-05-30.

Knowles, Ann-Marie and Shaw, Johanna and Hewitt, Allan and Robetson, Sarah and Gibson, Neil and Easton, Chris (2015) An examination of student health behaviors during their first year at university. In: American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, 2015-05-27 - 2015-05-30.

2014

Knowles, Ann-Marie and Kirk, Alison and Hughes, Adrienne (2014) What is sedentary behaviour? Parents' perceptions and key determinants of sedentary behaviour in young children. In: American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, 2012-05-29 - 2012-06-02.

Kirk, Alison and Knowles, Ann-Marie and Hughes, Adrienne (2014) Is sitting bad for your mental health? In: American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, 2012-05-29 - 2012-06-02.

2013

Easton, Chris and Chaplin, Helena and Hedin, Aline and Howe, Christopher C.F. and Zwygart, Kim and Domene, Pablo A. and Knowles, Ann-Marie (2013) Impact of an exergame intervention on habitual physical activity and diet in active young adults. In: American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, 2012-05-29 - 2012-06-02.

2012

Booth, Josephine N. and Ness, Andy R. and Tomporowski, Phil D. and Leary, Sam D. and Joinson, Carol and Boyle, Jim and Reilly, John J. (2012) Associations between objectively measured physical activity and cognition in adolescents: evidence from the ALSPAC cohort. In: American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, 2012-05-29 - 2012-06-02.

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